[e2e] end to end arguments in systems design
dirk.trossen at bt.com
Thu Dec 6 08:17:57 PST 2007
...so you replace e2e by a concept of aggregating disperse (e2e?) solutions through some uberarchitecture (Haggle++)?
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From: "Jon Crowcroft" <Jon.Crowcroft at cl.cam.ac.uk>
Subject: [e2e] end to end arguments in systems design
Date: 6th December 2007
Time: 3:16:02 pm
I havnt seen any email on this list for days now, and before that
traffic here has been steadily decreasing over the last few years.
does this mean that the "arguments" are over?
did I miss the conclusion? who won? who lost?
meanwhile, life gets more complex...
...and yet simpler...
and yet applications burgeon....
just in the internet supported inter-personal communications space,
email, IM, sms, facebook, myspace, twitter, wiki, blogs, rss, pub/sub,
pstn/cell/phone/voip/skype, pdas, pagers, and PVRs,
and others, all of which can alert us in new and wonderful ways - i'd quite like a funnel
so I could pipe together all the events and then aggregate them in some semantically
rich way...of course, virtually none of them is e2e:)
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