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During week 5, 6 and 7, I have been to the debian conference 2016. It was really interesting meeting with a lot of people all so involved in Debian. Key signing party Each year, this is a really important tradition: people gather together and exchange GPG public key fingerprint and sign each other’s keys. This contributes greatly to the growth of the web of trust. I did exchange public key fingerprint with others.

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I have finally made a version of the queries code that can viably be integrated into the master branch of OpenDHT. I am awaiting my mentor’s approval and/or comments. What’s done Queries. The library will provide the additional following functions in its API: void get(InfoHash id, GetCallbackSimple cb, DoneCallback donecb={}, Value::Filter f = Value::AllFilter(), Where w = {}) { void query(const InfoHash& hash, QueryCallback cb, DoneCallback done_cb = {}, Query q = {}); The structure Where in the first signature will allow the user to narrow the set of values received through the network those that verify the “where” statement.

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GSOC Comme j’ai mentionné dans au article antérieur, je participe au programme Google Summer Of Code grâce à l’organisation Debian qui supervise mes travaux contribuant au logiciel libre Ring. Deux jours restants Il reste deux jours avant mon départ pour le Cape, en Afrique du sud. C’est pour assister à l’événement debconf (« Debian conference »), organisé par Debian, que je me rends là. Cet événement est organisé à chaque année et, l’année prochaine, c’est à Montréal que ça aura lieu !