I have spent a bit of time test-driving various anonymity engines, and
looking at comparisons whenever I can.
I have had a well-tuned freenet server running, processing gigabytes
of info a day.
I have to take great exception to the characterization, in
http://gnunet.org/faq.php3, of freenet as a low-latency system. I
think you could only ever characterize it as a high-latency system.
There is no comparison between Tor, which could set a standard for
low-latency and Freenet, which in a best world is still quite high
If gnunet is really higher latency than freenet, as the chart would
have me believe, then you need a new category beyond high latency for