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Competition to IPV6

Albert Strasheim writes "The Random Unsupervised Networking and Encapsulation System (RUNES) is a new project, initiated by Antony Richfield. The main aim is to offer a networking protocol which doesn't suffer from the major failures of IP, and can't be controlled in a stranglehold by any one body or cartel, well into the 22nd century, or there about. We've started the initial planning and coding phases. More information, for English-speakers, is here, and further tech info is here. You can also subscribe to the mailing-list by sending some kind of request to paleman. "
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Competition to IPV6

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