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Protected: Eavesdropping on a September 2015 discussion about Chain Replication

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Humming consensus, an animated example with an asymmetric network partition

Hi, all.  It’s been a happy & productive day working on some new code.  I’ve done it brute-force style, but it’s nice to see results.  Visual images are cool, and animation is very cool.  My animation quality is horrible, so … Continue reading

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On “Humming Consensus”, an allegory, part 2

Part 2, you ask?  There isn’t a part 2.  The Lamport fan fiction ends at part 1, I’m sorry. The good news is that there’s something more concrete than allegory to follow up on.  The work is still in progress, … Continue reading

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On “Humming Consensus”, an allegory

“We reject kings, presidents, and voting. We believe in rough consensus and running code.” — David Clark, about the IETF And to quote a paragraph from the introduction of https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc7282: To reinforce that we do not vote, we have also … Continue reading

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