All software on this site is released under the GNU public license. It must be considered as
academic-level (i.e., unstable) software and should not be used for critical tasks.
A cooperative remote file copy program that implements several strategies
to cooperatively distribute large files from a source to a large population of peers. It
was initially developed to experiment with content distribution protocols.
A micro P2P file sharing application
written in shell script as a proof of concept along the same lines as Prof. Ed Felten's
TinyP2P and Matthew Skala's