A software and network agnostic protocol for distributing messages across a cryptographically secure, peer-to-peer network.
At its heart the SDMP is just a protocol for machines to communicate messages to each other, in a secure way that humans can understand.
If humans can understand it, it's easier to make sure the secure part is actually secure.
Versions (see all):
- 0.12 Latest release.
- Details from older releases available here.
- sdmp-cli: An authoritative implementation of the specs.
Read more here, but the summary is:
0.12: Clear and readable core specs. Completed!
0.13: All crypto specs clear and tested.
0.14: TCP implementation has been finished.
1.0: Stable. Release after GUI tool is developed.
2.0: Long term stable. Changes after real-world use.
What is needed most of all are people to read through the latest revision and make sure it's human-readable, consistent, secure, and sane.
- Found something wrong or questionable? File an issue!
- Have questions? Go ahead and file an issue for that, too.
- Want to propose a change? You can make a pull request!
Want to get even more involved? Read more about how to contribute.
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