The purpose of The OpenLANscape Project is to present algorithms for network topology processing. You will find here in the Algorithms section
the ideas of how to discover and recreate the physical layout of LAN.
Date: 2008-02-25 17:04
I'm leaving OpenLANscape to focus on another project of mine called WiR3D (http://wir3d.sf.net). From now on LANout will be an integral part of WiR3D and its source together with documentation will be available at WiR3D project's page at SourceForge.
People interested in taking over OpenLANscape are welcome to do so.
FOSDEM 2008 Lighning Talks
Date: 2008-02-13 13:29
My lightning talk presentation has been scheduled for 14:20 on Sunday, February 24, 2008. My talk will be devoted to WiR3D (http://WiR3D.SF.net), however topology discovery and visualization will be covered briefly as well as the purpose of OpenLANscape. See the highlight here:
FOSDEM 2008 - meet me there!
Date: 2008-02-05 22:28
I have been accepted for lighting talks at FOSDEM 2008. This will give me a chance to present my ideas on LAN topology discovery, visualization and usage.
LANout: libsqlitewrapped replaced with libgdamm
Date: 2008-02-05 22:23
The 0.1a release of LANout has been built with libgdamm. libsqlitewrapped has been removed from the project.
libgdamm (http://gtkmm.org) is the C++ wrapper for libgda (http://gnome-db.org). Make sure you're using libgda >= 3.1 before trying to compile or run LANout 0.1a.
LANout: Today's release
Date: 2008-01-13 14:52
Today the new package has been released. Modifications include:
* lighting added
* text labels improved, so now node names are bolded out.
LANout: New feature, new screenshots
Date: 2008-01-11 12:42
In today's release of LANout, which is v. 0.1-20080111, a new feature is available, so nodes have their text labels for identification. New screenshots were added to the project's site to present the feature.
Date: 2008-01-04 20:18
The project was activated today. Web page, downloads and stuff coming soon.