Can I take that as a sign you are interested in participating in the project?
In any case, I think I indicated it would be available soon, and prior to the
hackathon, and eventually via a ‘neutral’ code repo. Perhaps you are interested
in coming? I’ve copied Nick from Princeton if that is the case.
On 10/16/16, 12:30 PM, "Cody Grosskopf"
It's completely possible I have overlooked but you call it an open source tool
but provide no source?
On Wed, Oct 12, 2016, 1:40 PM Livingood, Jason
May be of interest to folks on this list…
Comcast is developing a new open source web-based speed test – see
academic researchers, and others will likely be interested in using this rather
than older tools. One goal is to make it easy for any organization to customize
it for their use and UI, and we’ll soon find a neutral non-Comcast home for the
code. To kick this off we are sponsoring a hackathon at Princeton University in
November (the 3rd and 4th).
Anyone can participate – though participants should preferably be developers or
have development skills (the code is written in Node.JS with some Angular
components for the UI).
All details at https://citp.princeton.edu/event/speedtest-hackathon/ and we’re
asking folks to click the RSVP link at the top to register ASAP.