I am a novice when it comes to programming and networking, but I had an idea, did a little digging and came across this platform.
Before I dig too far in to this to determine if it would work, I had a few concerns about security, data transfer limitations, signal strength, etc.
The idea is a "neighborhood network" where neighbors could share movies, news, etc. Sort of like a private neighborhood facebook/twitter/netflix type of service. Share certain files with certain neighbors, etc.
Suppose I had a cache of movies and set up Byzantium on a Raspberry Pi and every neighbor also had it, would there be any disruption from someone say 5 blocks away?
Could I share specific files with a specific person over a network like this - and have it secure enough to not be intercepted?
Is there anything else I'm not aware of that would limit this type of application from working?