Saturday, February 16, 2002


Reptile is a content exchange mechanism, based on P2P and web technologies, that enables users to manage information in a distributed yet uniform environment.

Reptile provides a distributed and secure mechanism for finding, accessing and selectively sharing information. Reptile integrates the concept of pseudonymous reputation which we believe has the potential to enhance the value of the Internet as much as the Web Browser did.

Reptile runs within Tomcat and offers support for Open Content Syndication (OCS), Extensible Style Language Transformations (XSLT), all versions of RDF Site Summary (RSS), Sierra Reputation Management Framework (RMF), Public Key authentication, and Structured Query Language (SQL) result to XML serialization (with JDOM and Xalan extensions). It supports all P2P networks, including Freenet, Gnutella, Jabber and Project Juxtapose (JXTA). The Reptile download package is distributed under both The GNU General Public License (GPL) and Berkely Software/Standard Distribution (BSD) licenses.
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