Sunday, November 27, 2005

Migrating EtherYatri.NET Project to SF.NET from GDN Workspaces

Before I describe the broad plan of how I plan to move EtherYatri.NET Project from GotDotNet Workspaces to, here are the main reasons why this is desired:

  1. GDN has been found to be down many times by most members
  2. GDN doesn't provide web-hosting for projects like SF.NET does
  3. SF.NET has CVS which is much more powerful than GDN's source-control system

[Code related tasks]

  1. Commit release 0.5.4 into repository and tag it with release_0_5_4
  2. Commit release 0.5.6 into repository and tag it with release_0_5_6
  3. Commit release 0.5.7 into repository and tag it with release_0_5_7

[Community related tasks]

  1. Set up mailing lists

[Website related tasks]

  1. Upload EtherYatri.NET related webpages at SF.NET

And most importantly inform the existing members of EtherYatri.NET GDN Workspace to join the project at SF.NET.

Click here to visit EtherYatri.NET at GotDotNet.
Click here to visit EtherYatri.NET at

Please do let me know if you have any suggestions.

Monday, August 29, 2005

EtherYatri.NET on .NET Compact Framework

This blog had been lying virtually unused for quite some time, so I think I'll try to build some momentum by answering some questions from the users of EtherYatri.NET here and hopefully have some interesting discussions too.

Florian asks:

Can you tell me if EtherYatri works with the compact framework from Microsoft, so that I can use it with Handhelds and PDAs?
Nope not as yet. Perhaps you can take EtherYatri.NET in this direction if you're interested. Let me know if you have any comments and/or suggestions.

Are the agents able to communicate with each other or only with the host? I ask that question, because it would be nice, if an agent con check if another agent is working on that computer and ask this agent for some information.
Yes, mobile-agents written using EtherYatri.NET can communicate with each other. In fact, I had paid special attention towards making it easier to communicate between EtherYatri.NET mobile-agents than is possible between mobile-agents written in Java using Aglets. Check the section entitled Simpler inter-agent communication in this document.

You can know more about EtherYatri.NET by visiting the GDN Workspace.

Thursday, March 24, 2005

Coming Soon!

Coming soon!