[zeromq-dev] decentralize git with pub/sub

Benjamin Henrion zoobab at gmail.com
Sun Jul 28 10:41:09 CEST 2019


Hi,

There is now a growing discussion about decentralizing git (and Github
following Trump trade sanctions against devs and businesses in Iran,
Cuba, Syria, Sudan, North Korea, Crimea and al).

The original way to do Git development was through mailing-lists,
where PRs could be sent and discussed. It basically follows the pubsub
tolopogy. I am wondering how zeromq could be used in such context.

If you have ideas, feel free to post them here.

There has been discussions in the past to switch Zeromq to Gitlab.com,
which unfortnately seems to be also bound by US law.

Best,

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