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Discussion in 'Works In Progress' started by samueljlopes, May 10, 2018.

  1. samueljlopes

    samueljlopes

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    Hi Everyone,
    I have a working IPFS client in Unity, running without a daemon, to which you can upload and receive multiple meshes using a linked list format. Would anyone be interested in this? I'm aware at the moment IPFS is quite a niche thing, but I think a content-focusing p-2-p file sharing system would be great for multiplayer, especially if you have a lot of assets and need to cut down your game size.
     
  2. logixworx

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    i am interested in this project. Has it been posted to an online source repository?
     
  3. samueljlopes

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    No. I haven't uploaded it anywhere yet. I can give you the files for it though.
     
  4. logixworx

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  5. logixworx

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    Not sure if my email reply is getting through... check your email in case?
     
  6. Vytek

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    Using IPFS without Daemon? Please add me to you Project!! Please!
     
  7. digifilm

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    Hi, I am interested. Can you add me please
     
  8. SweatyChair

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    We are very interested into the project too!
    Basically we want to develop a simple sharing system, where players can share their created content (image, model), other can view and download them. Using IPFS will be a good fit to lower our server cost and creating a decentralized world.

    I would like to know how's the project going now and I am happy to take part in. :p
     
  9. Razmot

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    I suggest you just put it on github with the MIT license, if you don't have time or interest to maintain it just let people do that in their forks !
     
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  10. jilt

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    Very interested in this. And I agree, an open source example on GitHub would be the best way to share it with the rest of the world.
     
  11. Vytek

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  12. Vytek

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  13. digifilm

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    Vytek likes this.