"Adam L. Beberg" wrote:
> Nothing at all, as long as you have a nice convienient SERVER somewhere to
> bounce off of with a stable address. Well drat, that would cost money, oh
Um, is there an easy algorithm for linking up to a volatile node cloud
of low address space density? If you've linked up before, you can have
memory traces of a part of the cloud, which could come bundled with the
tarball. Apart from that, all you can do is do a random scan of the
neighbourhood, and a few random addresses in increasing distances, right?
> and that would be client-server... double-drat... damn 50 years of computer
> science for being right all along!
Being right as in centralized and sequential? Booleshit. The world is
distributed, asynchronous and robust. Hares pursued by foxes rarely suffer
a privilege violation and go catatonic, and they don't move in time-sliced
increments. The very antithesis of Comp. Sci. These people should stop smoking
crack, and come out of their ivory towers, to solve real world problems.
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