gumnut is a program to find the most supported proposals within large groups of people. The text or GUI client can create, moderate, and display proposals over a decentralized communication network (currently Gnutella). Proposals are text files with a simple naming convention that uses the filename to describe field attributes (such as topic and geographical location). Popular proposals are found by searching on one or more of these fields and then calculating the support for each proposal based on the number of occurrences on the network.
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Release Notes: This release updates the HTTP GUI interface and a dependency to libreadline6.
Release Notes: This release updates the layout of the HTTP GUI interface.
Release Notes: Any existing port forwards are now deleted prior to the creation of a new one to the calling client.
Release Notes: The automatic NAT forward binary upnpc-static was replaced with the stable 1.4 version from 30/10/2009. The timeouts for lanconnect were increased. A new bootable CD is available.
Release Notes: The lanconnect command was modified to automatically connect to any other instances on the local network.