[e2e] Discrete IP - retake
pars.mutaf at gmail.com
Tue Sep 18 09:48:35 PDT 2012
On Tue, Sep 18, 2012 at 7:17 PM, Jon Crowcroft
<Jon.Crowcroft at cl.cam.ac.uk>wrote:
> this is what we used to talk about as the
> "my problem is too hard even for you" poser syndrome
> basically, whenever you offer a workable solution,
> the poser (of the problem) changes the
> problem (or the assumptions)
No I didn't change the problem:
What do we want for the Internet? Did we really ask this question?
Take MANET for example, they did not ask themselves what it is used for.
They cannot explain.
I would start a new thread "What do we want for the Internet" but I am not
sure if I should do this.
> one of the nice things about IP (and the E2E argument(s))
> is that it is really hard to change the problem it solves
> in a way it still doesn't solve, whichever version you choose
> (well, ok, maybe not IPv5:)
> In missive <50589DCC.2030808 at dcrocker.net>, Dave Crocker typed:
> >>On 9/18/2012 3:35 AM, Jon Crowcroft wrote:
> >>> In missive <
> CACQuiebE-sXDZD-xxaeC2iWfM58iDwO+V2XV1tFcP5PgT+Vq2A at mail.gmail.com>, Par
> >>> s Mutaf typed:
> >>> >>> I encourage you to read the relevant prior work (many pointers
> were given)
> >>> >>Only 1 pointer was given (by Jon Crowcroft), it is not relevant.
> >>> it is exactly relevant.
> >>in the broader sense of whether this thread has been, or has any hope of
> >>being, constructive, it was not relevant...
> >> Dave Crocker
> >> Brandenburg InternetWorking
> >> bbiw.net
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