[e2e] Speaking of congestion control...
michael.welzl at uibk.ac.at
Tue Apr 27 01:20:11 PDT 2004
he he ...and I was just about to ask whether it would be okay
to send one more message for each response I get, until I
reach a certain threshold :)
Anyway, I don't think that this kind of restriction is
such a good idea, given the amount of spam and meta-spam
we had on this list not too long ago - sure, it's a lot
of traffic these days, but we should be glad it finally
relates to end2end-interest and not spam (even though I
believe I've seen this type of cc. discussions before -
especially the ECN vs. SQ things... perhaps a FAQ would
be a good idea :) ).
On Tue, 2004-04-27 at 08:14, Jon Crowcroft wrote:
> In missive <200404261635.JAA07867 at gra.isi.edu>, Bob Braden typed:
> >>I would like to ask each of you to limit your contributions to the
> >>current threads to a maximum of one message to the list per 24 hour
> >>period, per thread.
> can i suggest a fairer scheme:)
> we want to assign tokens to people (bucket style) so in general everyone gets 1 message per thread per day
> but then we also want to allow high value content - so :
> users may trade tokens - if i like someone's content, i give them my tokens and they can say more
> if i dislike it, game theory says i dont need to take a lot away - perhaps tit-for-tat could be implemented that
> i can spend my token once as a supression token or once as an reward token
> so i could say give dave reed my token of punishment, and alex cannerra my token of reward, and say not a lot ping
> pan's or your messages -
> total volume stays the same, but the shares move around...
> now of course, we need that anonimity system, otherwise people are gonna get shy...
> (strange how people care so much about double blind review, but want all of finance to be in the open -
> transparancy is regarded as the right way to stop worldcom/enron/anderson fiasco, but not the right way to ensure
> fair behaviour amongst academics - a case of game theory people saying "do as i say, not as i do":-)
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