Current ns-3-dev Build and Test Results: New!
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- Information about ns-3.7, tentatively scheduled for January 13, 2010, is tracked here
- Information about ns-3.6, released on October 21, 2009, may be found here
- Several ns-3 papers were at NSTOOLS 2009, 19 October 2009, Pisa Italy.
- Trilogy Summer School Mathieu Lacage gave a 3-hour presentation on ns-3 at the Trilogy Summer School, August 24-28, 2009.
- 2009 Google Summer of Code
- ns-3 workshop, 2 March 2009, Rome Italy
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We have created the following pages to allow ns-3 users to contribute various information:
- Roadmap - Plans for future releases, and what developers are working on
- Current Development - What people are working on for ns-3
- Developer FAQ - Answers to frequently asked questions for ns-3 developers
- User FAQ - Answers to frequently asked questions for ns-3 users
- HOWTOs - HOWTOs guides for various simulation activities
- Samples - Code samples and examples
- Troubleshooting - Tips for working around compilation, etc. problems
- Contributed Code - Links to third-party ns-3 software contributions
- Papers - Research papers about ns-3 or using ns-3