Name: Lenny Foner
Member since: 2000-03-22 19:33:46
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See http://yenta.www.media.mit.edu/projects/Yenta/ for my biggest and most interesting project---a distributed, privacy-protecting coalition-forming and matchmaking system, built to do research in multi-agent systems, to help introduce people who are working on similar projects, and to demonstrate that software written for political purposes can hopefully serve as exemplars for how to build other systems that try to protect civil liberties. See also http://yvette.www.media.mit.edu/projects/Yvette/ for a system that allows collaborative evaluation and commentary on open-source projects, so people can easily see which parts of a program need eyeballs or which parts rated as particularly good or particularly bad. It was written to enable critique of Yenta and similar security-conscious software, but could be used for any source tree.
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