GNS is designed to provide:
- Censorship resistance - Query privacy - Secure name resolution - Compatibility with DNS
GNU Taler is a new electronic online payment system which provides privacy for customers and accountability for merchants. It uses an exchange service to issue digital coins using blind signatures, and is thus not subject to the performance issues that plague Byzantine fault-tolerant consensus-based solutions.
We also include the perspective of merchants, as existing systems have often struggled with securing payment information at the merchant's side. Here, challenges include avoiding database transactions for customers that do not actually go through with the purchase, as well as cleanly separating security-critical functions of the payment system from the rest of the Web service.
Subject: Re: [GNUnet-developers] gentoo, last tweaks and questions
Due to bad experiences with Gentoo developers and personal resources, the attempt to get GNUnet suite into Gentoo has been stopped.
I focus more on Guix for some time now, but GNUnet is now available directly from within Gentoo through an overlay I contribute to. It needs some minor fixes as outlined in the TODO file in the overlay, but theoretically GNUnet is only 2 commands away in Gentoo and Gentoo based systems: layman -a youbroketheinternet emerge --ask net-misc/gnunet net-misc/gnunet-gtk
There's also `net-misc/gnunet-meta' as a meta package.
Just to give an update on this thread. I don't feel like posting a blog entry on https://gnunet.org for that, it's not 100% finished yet (openrc service is not fully functional).
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