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What would be super helpful is a brief description of the why, here. You're giving a detailed description of SOMETHING and expecting the reader to piece together the puzzle. Almost no one is going to do that, because they're busy solving their own problems.

frank

On Dec 28, 2016 11:22, "Charlie Robbats" <[hidden email]> wrote:
19 - I am thinking about merging RS FEC with blockEn/Decoding with a 7-bit msgChunks into 8-bit blocks, or QoS determined. That along with non-secret 3-way finite field key agreement ratcheting and contract established scoping, would mean each transaction might be separately islolated from every other and the contract exchange includes trusted observation filtering capabilities, locally enforced through your prioritized trees of life, liberty & property, and also your knowledge of good and evil.

20 - add a new delayed redirector, on Carol's side, so a remotePromise resolution will be a tree-way exchange for the ratchet exchange: carol -> farRef:  alice -> scope internalize: carol -> ack redirector: alice -> wire encrypted

21 - group ratcheting: presence event leads to re-rendezvous with the qufrum, majority/super-majority online election/karma emoji disbersement

On 12/28/2016 1:55 PM, Charlie Robbats wrote:
16 - pass the galaxy test: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1FWcSJfZITITckrXyfihpuPnX5xf0e4kOhCnsoRFyLfI/edit#slide=id.p

17 - exchange access categories with contractual code migration

18 - emoji feedback


On 12/28/2016 1:11 PM, Charlie Robbats wrote:
Hi! Here's the master plan, always malleable; if anyone sees something interesting to dive into, you are welcome.

Future Features
---
0 - fix vector corruption through pbeStorage
1 - java/squeak interoperability
2 - FEC-RS testing/repair
3 - define QR-coded PBE identity
4 - switch to SHA256/scrypt PBE for identities
5 - porciniz
6 - DNS/meta layer injection
7 - stack hacking/network discovery/graphing/routing
8 - blockchain
9 - support non-secret finite field key exchange ("Whisper-2")-Oops/add dataEncoder to EncoderData
10 - ratcheting/group join/leave ratcheting
11 - asn1derMetaPragmaEncoder/class autocreation and meta qufrums/qufrum construction/data replication
12 - thermoHarmonics3NeuralRuleGA (PV = nrT + distortion)
13 - Enumify Types, pass named closures, scope projection & protection, detach class/classVariables
14 - autocoerce local eventual calls to immediate sends with reactor pipelining
15 - start a Mutter system news website

---

Encoder Velocities:

DBL_AESede/asn1der: 100 KB compressed data chunks received: 100
send time: 1096 ms, rate: 73 Mbs.
receive time: 1096 ms. rate: 73 Mbs.

DBL_AESede/bytes: 100 KB compressed data chunks received: 100
send time: 1094 ms, rate: 73 Mbs.
receive time: 1095 ms. rate: 73 Mbs.

DBL_AESede,json: 100 KB compressed data chunks received: 10
send time: 2107 ms, rate: 4 Mbs.
receive time: 2107 ms. rate: 4 Mbs.
---






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Dale Henrichs-3

Charlie Robot? Perhaps...


On 12/28/16 11:55 AM, Charlie Robbats wrote:

I am thinking each person has a quf tree and karma and a boundary of expectations, in virtualized citizenship. Disconnect from the land of money, on principle of veritable fractal variation.


On 12/28/2016 2:43 PM, Charlie Robbats wrote:

All of this infrastructure is for secure mobile code, I am hoping. To support aliased donation networks through malleable smart contracts and build markets to help folks through squeaky flip phones with oil to cover our faces like sunscreen. Have peace and prosper plan preventing piss poor performance. Emoji driven distributed load/traffic balancing across multicore, hopefully with GPIO support. Karma flows change outside in the inbetween. To be all Kurt Vonnegut about replacing debt. adn so we go,


On 12/28/2016 2:28 PM, Frank Shearar wrote:
What would be super helpful is a brief description of the why, here. You're giving a detailed description of SOMETHING and expecting the reader to piece together the puzzle. Almost no one is going to do that, because they're busy solving their own problems.

frank

On Dec 28, 2016 11:22, "Charlie Robbats" <[hidden email]> wrote:
19 - I am thinking about merging RS FEC with blockEn/Decoding with a 7-bit msgChunks into 8-bit blocks, or QoS determined. That along with non-secret 3-way finite field key agreement ratcheting and contract established scoping, would mean each transaction might be separately islolated from every other and the contract exchange includes trusted observation filtering capabilities, locally enforced through your prioritized trees of life, liberty & property, and also your knowledge of good and evil.

20 - add a new delayed redirector, on Carol's side, so a remotePromise resolution will be a tree-way exchange for the ratchet exchange: carol -> farRef:  alice -> scope internalize: carol -> ack redirector: alice -> wire encrypted

21 - group ratcheting: presence event leads to re-rendezvous with the qufrum, majority/super-majority online election/karma emoji disbersement

On 12/28/2016 1:55 PM, Charlie Robbats wrote:
16 - pass the galaxy test: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1FWcSJfZITITckrXyfihpuPnX5xf0e4kOhCnsoRFyLfI/edit#slide=id.p

17 - exchange access categories with contractual code migration

18 - emoji feedback


On 12/28/2016 1:11 PM, Charlie Robbats wrote:
Hi! Here's the master plan, always malleable; if anyone sees something interesting to dive into, you are welcome.

Future Features
---
0 - fix vector corruption through pbeStorage
1 - java/squeak interoperability
2 - FEC-RS testing/repair
3 - define QR-coded PBE identity
4 - switch to SHA256/scrypt PBE for identities
5 - porciniz
6 - DNS/meta layer injection
7 - stack hacking/network discovery/graphing/routing
8 - blockchain
9 - support non-secret finite field key exchange ("Whisper-2")-Oops/add dataEncoder to EncoderData
10 - ratcheting/group join/leave ratcheting
11 - asn1derMetaPragmaEncoder/class autocreation and meta qufrums/qufrum construction/data replication
12 - thermoHarmonics3NeuralRuleGA (PV = nrT + distortion)
13 - Enumify Types, pass named closures, scope projection & protection, detach class/classVariables
14 - autocoerce local eventual calls to immediate sends with reactor pipelining
15 - start a Mutter system news website

---

Encoder Velocities:

DBL_AESede/asn1der: 100 KB compressed data chunks received: 100
send time: 1096 ms, rate: 73 Mbs.
receive time: 1096 ms. rate: 73 Mbs.

DBL_AESede/bytes: 100 KB compressed data chunks received: 100
send time: 1094 ms, rate: 73 Mbs.
receive time: 1095 ms. rate: 73 Mbs.

DBL_AESede,json: 100 KB compressed data chunks received: 10
send time: 2107 ms, rate: 4 Mbs.
receive time: 2107 ms. rate: 4 Mbs.
---











    



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Dale Henrichs-3

Looks like an infinite loop in the algorithm now ... someone should probably remove Charlie Robot from the list ...


On 12/28/16 12:33 PM, Charlie Robbats wrote:

With our meta-space mathematics and volumetric vatrices and closure-binding rules collapsing to planar matrices for determinations, good projects will occur for macro-economics.


On 12/28/2016 3:30 PM, Charlie Robbats wrote:

Goodness will come with replicated cell bandwidth donations. This would be ensured to be veritable.


On 12/28/2016 3:24 PM, Charlie Robbats wrote:

Symbiosis through viral epidemiology. Win-Win!


On 12/28/2016 3:20 PM, Charlie Robbats wrote:

Like a JITted VM on new hardware. Or old.


On 12/28/2016 3:20 PM, Charlie Robbats wrote:

Communities would have a way to connect as an incentive-focused colony, operating in the flow of active complexity. Be a unionize non-profit to engage politically, socially and economically with the host.


On 12/28/2016 3:16 PM, Charlie Robbats wrote:

I mean donated package deal. Home of Freedom


On 12/28/2016 3:14 PM, Charlie Robbats wrote:
The root of why may be we see a need for anonymity with a cloaking identity device that doesn't hide internal and external estimations of the communities' gratitude for your presence. Yet all can be confident that your cartoon character is all anyone knows about you. That trust network enables confident donation exchange. Craigslist says there are tickets available to see the Verve in London, with a flight and a couple of three nights at a B&B, whoever wants to go. That'd be so nice.

On 12/28/2016 3:01 PM, Dale Henrichs wrote:

Charlie Robot? Perhaps...


On 12/28/16 11:55 AM, Charlie Robbats wrote:

I am thinking each person has a quf tree and karma and a boundary of expectations, in virtualized citizenship. Disconnect from the land of money, on principle of veritable fractal variation.


On 12/28/2016 2:43 PM, Charlie Robbats wrote:

All of this infrastructure is for secure mobile code, I am hoping. To support aliased donation networks through malleable smart contracts and build markets to help folks through squeaky flip phones with oil to cover our faces like sunscreen. Have peace and prosper plan preventing piss poor performance. Emoji driven distributed load/traffic balancing across multicore, hopefully with GPIO support. Karma flows change outside in the inbetween. To be all Kurt Vonnegut about replacing debt. adn so we go,


On 12/28/2016 2:28 PM, Frank Shearar wrote:
What would be super helpful is a brief description of the why, here. You're giving a detailed description of SOMETHING and expecting the reader to piece together the puzzle. Almost no one is going to do that, because they're busy solving their own problems.

frank

On Dec 28, 2016 11:22, "Charlie Robbats" <[hidden email]> wrote:
19 - I am thinking about merging RS FEC with blockEn/Decoding with a 7-bit msgChunks into 8-bit blocks, or QoS determined. That along with non-secret 3-way finite field key agreement ratcheting and contract established scoping, would mean each transaction might be separately islolated from every other and the contract exchange includes trusted observation filtering capabilities, locally enforced through your prioritized trees of life, liberty & property, and also your knowledge of good and evil.

20 - add a new delayed redirector, on Carol's side, so a remotePromise resolution will be a tree-way exchange for the ratchet exchange: carol -> farRef:  alice -> scope internalize: carol -> ack redirector: alice -> wire encrypted

21 - group ratcheting: presence event leads to re-rendezvous with the qufrum, majority/super-majority online election/karma emoji disbersement

On 12/28/2016 1:55 PM, Charlie Robbats wrote:
16 - pass the galaxy test: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1FWcSJfZITITckrXyfihpuPnX5xf0e4kOhCnsoRFyLfI/edit#slide=id.p

17 - exchange access categories with contractual code migration

18 - emoji feedback


On 12/28/2016 1:11 PM, Charlie Robbats wrote:
Hi! Here's the master plan, always malleable; if anyone sees something interesting to dive into, you are welcome.

Future Features
---
0 - fix vector corruption through pbeStorage
1 - java/squeak interoperability
2 - FEC-RS testing/repair
3 - define QR-coded PBE identity
4 - switch to SHA256/scrypt PBE for identities
5 - porciniz
6 - DNS/meta layer injection
7 - stack hacking/network discovery/graphing/routing
8 - blockchain
9 - support non-secret finite field key exchange ("Whisper-2")-Oops/add dataEncoder to EncoderData
10 - ratcheting/group join/leave ratcheting
11 - asn1derMetaPragmaEncoder/class autocreation and meta qufrums/qufrum construction/data replication
12 - thermoHarmonics3NeuralRuleGA (PV = nrT + distortion)
13 - Enumify Types, pass named closures, scope projection & protection, detach class/classVariables
14 - autocoerce local eventual calls to immediate sends with reactor pipelining
15 - start a Mutter system news website

---

Encoder Velocities:

DBL_AESede/asn1der: 100 KB compressed data chunks received: 100
send time: 1096 ms, rate: 73 Mbs.
receive time: 1096 ms. rate: 73 Mbs.

DBL_AESede/bytes: 100 KB compressed data chunks received: 100
send time: 1094 ms, rate: 73 Mbs.
receive time: 1095 ms. rate: 73 Mbs.

DBL_AESede,json: 100 KB compressed data chunks received: 10
send time: 2107 ms, rate: 4 Mbs.
receive time: 2107 ms. rate: 4 Mbs.
---























    



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Ben Coman
Other posts "from:robbats" definitely show human intelligence with
on-topic squeak/pharo/vm discussions.
Seems like maybe a third-party bot piggy-backing a valid post. Unfortunate.
cheers -ben

On Thu, Dec 29, 2016 at 4:46 AM, Dale Henrichs
<[hidden email]> wrote:

> Looks like an infinite loop in the algorithm now ... someone should probably
> remove Charlie Robot from the list ...
>
>
> On 12/28/16 12:33 PM, Charlie Robbats wrote:
>
> With our meta-space mathematics and volumetric vatrices and closure-binding
> rules collapsing to planar matrices for determinations, good projects will
> occur for macro-economics.
>
>
> On 12/28/2016 3:30 PM, Charlie Robbats wrote:
>
> Goodness will come with replicated cell bandwidth donations. This would be
> ensured to be veritable.
>
>
> On 12/28/2016 3:24 PM, Charlie Robbats wrote:
>
> Symbiosis through viral epidemiology. Win-Win!
>
>
> On 12/28/2016 3:20 PM, Charlie Robbats wrote:
>
> Like a JITted VM on new hardware. Or old.
>
>
> On 12/28/2016 3:20 PM, Charlie Robbats wrote:
>
> Communities would have a way to connect as an incentive-focused colony,
> operating in the flow of active complexity. Be a unionize non-profit to
> engage politically, socially and economically with the host.
>
>
> On 12/28/2016 3:16 PM, Charlie Robbats wrote:
>
> I mean donated package deal. Home of Freedom
>
>
> On 12/28/2016 3:14 PM, Charlie Robbats wrote:
>
> The root of why may be we see a need for anonymity with a cloaking identity
> device that doesn't hide internal and external estimations of the
> communities' gratitude for your presence. Yet all can be confident that your
> cartoon character is all anyone knows about you. That trust network enables
> confident donation exchange. Craigslist says there are tickets available to
> see the Verve in London, with a flight and a couple of three nights at a
> B&B, whoever wants to go. That'd be so nice.
>
> On 12/28/2016 3:01 PM, Dale Henrichs wrote:
>
> Charlie Robot? Perhaps...
>
>
> On 12/28/16 11:55 AM, Charlie Robbats wrote:
>
> I am thinking each person has a quf tree and karma and a boundary of
> expectations, in virtualized citizenship. Disconnect from the land of money,
> on principle of veritable fractal variation.
>
>
> On 12/28/2016 2:43 PM, Charlie Robbats wrote:
>
> All of this infrastructure is for secure mobile code, I am hoping. To
> support aliased donation networks through malleable smart contracts and
> build markets to help folks through squeaky flip phones with oil to cover
> our faces like sunscreen. Have peace and prosper plan preventing piss poor
> performance. Emoji driven distributed load/traffic balancing across
> multicore, hopefully with GPIO support. Karma flows change outside in the
> inbetween. To be all Kurt Vonnegut about replacing debt. adn so we go,
>
>
> On 12/28/2016 2:28 PM, Frank Shearar wrote:
>
> What would be super helpful is a brief description of the why, here. You're
> giving a detailed description of SOMETHING and expecting the reader to piece
> together the puzzle. Almost no one is going to do that, because they're busy
> solving their own problems.
>
> frank
>
> On Dec 28, 2016 11:22, "Charlie Robbats" <[hidden email]> wrote:
>>
>> 19 - I am thinking about merging RS FEC with blockEn/Decoding with a 7-bit
>> msgChunks into 8-bit blocks, or QoS determined. That along with non-secret
>> 3-way finite field key agreement ratcheting and contract established
>> scoping, would mean each transaction might be separately islolated from
>> every other and the contract exchange includes trusted observation filtering
>> capabilities, locally enforced through your prioritized trees of life,
>> liberty & property, and also your knowledge of good and evil.
>>
>> 20 - add a new delayed redirector, on Carol's side, so a remotePromise
>> resolution will be a tree-way exchange for the ratchet exchange: carol ->
>> farRef:  alice -> scope internalize: carol -> ack redirector: alice -> wire
>> encrypted
>>
>> 21 - group ratcheting: presence event leads to re-rendezvous with the
>> qufrum, majority/super-majority online election/karma emoji disbersement
>>
>> On 12/28/2016 1:55 PM, Charlie Robbats wrote:
>>>
>>> 16 - pass the galaxy test:
>>> https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1FWcSJfZITITckrXyfihpuPnX5xf0e4kOhCnsoRFyLfI/edit#slide=id.p
>>>
>>> 17 - exchange access categories with contractual code migration
>>>
>>> 18 - emoji feedback
>>>
>>>
>>> On 12/28/2016 1:11 PM, Charlie Robbats wrote:
>>>>
>>>> Hi! Here's the master plan, always malleable; if anyone sees something
>>>> interesting to dive into, you are welcome.
>>>>
>>>> Future Features
>>>> ---
>>>> 0 - fix vector corruption through pbeStorage
>>>> 1 - java/squeak interoperability
>>>> 2 - FEC-RS testing/repair
>>>> 3 - define QR-coded PBE identity
>>>> 4 - switch to SHA256/scrypt PBE for identities
>>>> 5 - porciniz
>>>> 6 - DNS/meta layer injection
>>>> 7 - stack hacking/network discovery/graphing/routing
>>>> 8 - blockchain
>>>> 9 - support non-secret finite field key exchange ("Whisper-2")-Oops/add
>>>> dataEncoder to EncoderData
>>>> 10 - ratcheting/group join/leave ratcheting
>>>> 11 - asn1derMetaPragmaEncoder/class autocreation and meta qufrums/qufrum
>>>> construction/data replication
>>>> 12 - thermoHarmonics3NeuralRuleGA (PV = nrT + distortion)
>>>> 13 - Enumify Types, pass named closures, scope projection & protection,
>>>> detach class/classVariables
>>>> 14 - autocoerce local eventual calls to immediate sends with reactor
>>>> pipelining
>>>> 15 - start a Mutter system news website
>>>>
>>>> ---
>>>>
>>>> Encoder Velocities:
>>>>
>>>> DBL_AESede/asn1der: 100 KB compressed data chunks received: 100
>>>> send time: 1096 ms, rate: 73 Mbs.
>>>> receive time: 1096 ms. rate: 73 Mbs.
>>>>
>>>> DBL_AESede/bytes: 100 KB compressed data chunks received: 100
>>>> send time: 1094 ms, rate: 73 Mbs.
>>>> receive time: 1095 ms. rate: 73 Mbs.
>>>>
>>>> DBL_AESede,json: 100 KB compressed data chunks received: 10
>>>> send time: 2107 ms, rate: 4 Mbs.
>>>> receive time: 2107 ms. rate: 4 Mbs.
>>>> ---
>>>>
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