[Olsr-dev] OLSRd 0.5.4 and 0.5.5 with ETT available
Wed Nov 12 17:29:33 CET 2008
Your attitude seems a bit like that of a teenager in the midst of puberty -
or are you ;-) ?
Sometimes one has other things to do besides writing code for a volunteer
As a good volunteer, I guess you have picked up where I left and filled in
the TODO's wherever you could :-) It would be so marvellous when we could
all see your contribution in a short time from now.
Currently I have filled in some of the gaps, but as I indicated, there are
private and professional matters that have a higher priority at this moment.
Things take time; e.g. OLSRd is now also in development for many years. As
soon as I have more that is fit for release I will let you know.
> There is no code at all for ETT calculation,
Your statement is *not* true; if you've no idea what you are talking about
then you might as well shut up. The current olsr-lc code calculates the ETT
values based on a staticly (configurable) link speed value, and combines
that with the (run-time determined) ETX value to achieve an estimation of
the ETT value.
The plugin that still needs to be written can determine (at run-time) also
the speed value of each link.
So when can I expect your contribution?
> -----Oorspronkelijk bericht-----
> Van: (spam-protected)
> [mailto:(spam-protected)] Namens Henning Rogge
> Verzonden: dinsdag 11 november 2008 21:37
> Aan: Saulo Jorge Queiroz
> CC: Josival Alecrim; (spam-protected)
> Onderwerp: Re: [Olsr-dev] OLSRd 0.5.4 and 0.5.5 with ETT available
> On Tue, Nov 11, 2008 at 8:54 PM, Saulo Jorge Queiroz
> <(spam-protected)> wrote:
> <snip useless announcement>
> WOW... he has implemented a plugin... which is called ETT...
> and which say "TODO" for everything which is about the ETT metric.
> There is no code at all for ETT calculation, so I see no real
> use for the "olsr_lc" code. Instead of forking he could just
> use our linkquality plugin system.
> "Wo kämen wir hin, wenn alle sagten, wo kämem wir hin, und
> niemand ginge, um einmal zu schauen, wohin man käme, wenn man
> ginge." (Kurt
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