(Python) a trivial IRC server emulator with several channels

PART 1 implement a multicast message passing service on a server running CherryPy [url removed, login to view] . Server app should interact with desktop clients (NOT web clients, NOT Javascript - purely desktop) via POST http calls, sending the message data as argument and getting results back as the response "AJAX response" aka basically what gets written to the socket. The only way a client can RECEIVE messages is by sending its own messages, i.e. there is no server "push" aspect to worry about. just like in IRC, we have the notion of "channels". Each channel is going to have 2-5 clients registered. A message from any client is multicasted to other clients on the same channel support several channels without authentication. Clients should know which channel they want to use ahead of time (we just hardwire them) and notify the server using an argument in EACH of their POST requests as part of routine interaction with server. E.g. clients 1/2 will ask for channel "c1", clients 3/4/5 will ask for channel "c2" and server will do multicast appropriately. Note that without authentication and with the clients continually reminding the server of their channel, this is pretty simple - no database involved and no need for cookies, IP tracking etc. write the client app for the test that can run on the desktop test the ability of the server-client setup to maintain relevant responsiveness for a small number of clients. E.g. if we have just 4 clients on 2 channels, at least you should verify that we can send 70 bytes every 4 seconds from each one and get them on the other clients within small latency. In other words - the basic goal of the communication has been accomplished, and we are not just trying to make a worse version of the heavily throttled Yahoo IM :-) PART 2 ideally, you should also develop and carry out a more realistic load-test emulating several thousands of simultaneous clients. Not sure how, but we should figure it out or (more likely) plan it for the next project,

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## Platform

Python, CherryPy framework, Windows

Habilidades: Java, Python

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