[{"author": "Dirk Kutscher", "text": "

For function selection in ICN COIN networks, you could use path steering: https://datatracker.ietf.org/doc/draft-oran-icnrg-pathsteering/

", "time": "2022-11-08T10:29:38Z"}, {"author": "David Oran", "text": "

What i don't get is why even think of this as a transport protocol? Isn't this just how you design a multi-party distributed computation where some of the parties are topologically positioned on switches and servers \"inside\" the network?

", "time": "2022-11-08T10:36:52Z"}, {"author": "David Oran", "text": "

I also tend to agree with Dirk that a better match than some kind of \"wire with bumps in it\" with the transport emulating a wire is a data flow graph where each place that computes is a terminal or non-terminal node on the graph

", "time": "2022-11-08T10:44:50Z"}, {"author": "Dirk Kutscher", "text": "

I thought this is about research?

", "time": "2022-11-08T10:49:06Z"}, {"author": "Ryo Yanagida", "text": "

I agree, I feel that chasing 'easily deployable' limits the possibilities.

", "time": "2022-11-08T11:08:00Z"}, {"author": "Ryo Yanagida", "text": "

Personally, I find it interesting to work on filling in the gaps and trying to bring the clean-ideal architecture/design/mechanism into a real-world in more deployable way. But, that is only possible because there are those ambitious research on clean-slate novel approaches out there.

", "time": "2022-11-08T11:11:54Z"}, {"author": "David Oran", "text": "

I'm struggling with what the last two talks (DLTs on provider networks measurement and IOSE) have to do with the scope of COINRG, but they're interesting talks to listen to....

", "time": "2022-11-08T11:18:22Z"}, {"author": "Eve Schooler", "text": "

Apologies Emmanuel, please take your question to the list or include your question here and we can forward. Many thanks.

", "time": "2022-11-08T11:28:38Z"}]