[Olsr-users] Current OLSR protocol
L. Aaron Kaplan
Fri May 22 18:56:45 CEST 2009
On May 22, 2009, at 6:46 PM, (spam-protected) wrote:
> On Fri, May 22, 2009 at 05:51:00PM +0200, L. Aaron Kaplan wrote:
>> The result of the FUD can be
>> clearly seen by the uncertainty and doubt that people have been
>> repeatedly on this mailing list.
> I suppose that is true.
> As a novice reader of olsr and batman lists, I wish there would be
> more collaboration, investigation, simulation despite it's weakness,
> theoretical mathematical analysis, and less polarisation of
> or projects.
> A lot of lurkers find avenues to get involved in the former,
> and are put off by the latter.
I could not agree more to this!
On the other hand I do not want to leave the FUD uncommented since I
do feel responsible for reviving the olsr.org (nicknamed "OLSR-NG")
So, let me try to be constructive again....
Would a FAQ entry on olsr.org be enough to point people to and answer
(must be objective and FUD-free of course!) about the currently
analyzed strengths and weaknesses of different approaches?
Then we could point to the FAQ entry and we could stop this discussion.
> Congratulations to both projects on awesome Free Software delivery
> and research.
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