delegatevoid Posted August 1, 2014 Report Share Posted August 1, 2014 So I've been playing with Bleep since yesterday, and basically what it does nowis establish connection between 2 peers and exchange text messages. It doesn't sound like much, but think of the potential.What if the technology behind bleep came available as a library,allowing peers to connect without a server and exchange messages.Not just text messages, but binary messages. We could then exchange messages in any format between peers.Json, Xml, Protocol Buffers, etc... It would effectively become a message queue to compete (or work together)with solutions such as ZeroMQ and RabbitMQ. (BittorrentQueue ???) Imagine P2P RPC where a "client" could find and connect to the "server"(which obviously are just peers in this context) and start interacting with it.And from here it would be a small step to support other models as well1:n, n:1, n:n, etc... It would solve so many problems we face today, and completely revolutionizethe way we exchange messages today and you guys (Bittorrent) have the power to make it happen. What do you think,is that something that might be considered and if so, where do I sign up! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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