Oops -- may have accidentally sent the partially written response. As I mentioned, am
traveling so will try to follow up when I return home.
The path to taking pack resources is in https://rmf.vc/IEEEBBToInfrastructure
shifting from a model in which a "provider" owns the facilities to one in which
the local community does and makes it available as we do sidewalks.
As to peer devices, that's a longer discussion of peer protocols. The simple example
is that if I want to turn on a light I send a message locally to the bulb rather than
going through a "cloud". This is synergistic with the facilities approach. The
use of local addresses such s as 192.168... makes this easier but only within the same
physical network. We need protocols less tied to the local network.
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Subject: Re: [DC3] 53 years
El Sab, 20 de Julio de 2019, 2:09 am, dc3(a)bob.ma escribió:
I wrote https://rmf.vc/Online53
as a way to express my
what the Internet is and it can be.
Thank you for your article Bob. Your experience is very useful. I have written some
comments and questions below. I hope you or someone else would give your opinions.
"The infrastructure exists for the exclusive use of the service provider that owns
"Today I am working with peer devices with my home network as a test lab for peer
connectivity rather than an Internet you access from afar."
Would you please send some links about this.
"We tend to focus on creating solutions and providing services. I think in terms of
creating opportunity and discovery."
I agree that the network should not be a monopoly for the provider's services and
that it must be transperent to the service.Nevertheless, there are players such as
FaceWhatsUp and MicroSoogle that save costs on the infrastructure and monopolize it while
handling us the costs. How can we reapropriate the resources they have hoarded?
I wish you freedom.
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