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SubjectRe: a Great Idea - include Kademlia networking protocol in kernel
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On Mon, 02 Aug 2010 23:02:01 +0800, you said:

> HTTP if more of an access protocol,the logical network is woven in
> the web page controled by html, the network needed is formed and take
> part in by tcp/ip protocol which usually lies in kernel.
>
> Kademlia itself has the responsibility to weave the p2p network and
> bring a node into the p2p network before access can be done.

You're still failing to explain why the kernel needs to do this
rather than some -lkademlia in userspace.

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