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Project Summary

PAKE is a distributed system for Python source modules installation, discovery and updates.

It is designed to require minimal server configuration and to do everything locally (influence of author's weak and unstable Internet connection).

Each user/developer sets up a node. Then adds some alien nodes manually to build initial network. As they wander through the Web-jungle they can find other users' nodes which they may add to their network. Or they can just use node-discovery feature (which is not implemented yet).

To provide security packages must be PGP signed (functionality not implemented yet) - the signatures are stored on nodes alongside the archives.

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decentralized discovery distributed installation management modules node package pake python3 source system

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Project Security

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Python
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30 Day Summary

Dec 29 2021 — Jan 28 2022

12 Month Summary

Jan 28 2021 — Jan 28 2022

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