This is a toy implementation of an encrypted IPv6 network, with many good ideas stolen from cjdns, which was written to test a particular routing scheme that was cobbled together one random afternoon. It's notably not a shortest path routing scheme, with the goal of scalable name-independent routing on dynamic networks with an internet-like topology. It's named Yggdrasil after the world tree from Norse mythology, because that seemed like the obvious name given how it works. More information is available at https://yggdrasil-network.github.io/. This is a toy / proof-of-principle, and considered alpha quality by the developers. It's not expected to be feature complete, and future updates may not be backwards compatible, though it should warn you if it sees a connection attempt with a node running a newer version. You're encouraged to play with it, but it is strongly advised not to use it for anything mission critical.