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Topic: Decentral network. Conflicts

I welcome. Decided to familiarize with existing decentral networks superficially. Found pair of lists: https://libre.life/7522/0105/1/ru https://www.pgpru.com/chernowiki/statji … yhservisov There were some questions. 1. Whether can not have a network at all servers, and each client of such network does not know IP, ports of other clients? Such already is? 2. We admit, there is a network generally without servers. In such network there are three clients. The first client wrote a certain text and made its accessible to other clients (specially I do not use a word "online"). The second and third clients got access to this text (specially I do not use a word "downloaded"). Then the second and third clients were disconnected from the first client, but a network , therefore the text remained with them. The second client changed the text, but was not connected to the first client. The third client too on the changed the text, but after the second client. Also it was connected to the first client. For the first client it looks as the first change of the text and it accepts changes. But then the second client is connected to the first client with the changed text. A discomfiture! If the text is accessible on editing to the big set of clients (and all of them adequate and not vandals) how, on the one hand, to minimize actions of all clients on merge of changes, in with another - not to lose these changes? There is something, what makes less variants of the text, than analog svn/git?

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Re: Decentral network. Conflicts

Hello, Real 3L0, you wrote: R3> There were some questions. R3> 1. Whether can not have a network at all servers, and each client of such network does not know IP, ports of other clients? Such already is? It is not so clear, as the client of such network at connection finds the first other client who is already connected. R3> if the text is accessible on editing to the big set of clients (and all of them adequate and not vandals) how, on the one hand, to minimize actions of all clients on merge of changes, in with another - to lose to lose these changes? There is something, what makes less variants of the text, than analog svn/git? https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Operation … sformation https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Conflict- … _data_type But it only start points. That it is good to understand it, it is necessary to read many pieces of paper. By and large, when some persons simultaneously edit the same document in google docs, there is a same task.

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Re: Decentral network. Conflicts

Hello, Pzz, you wrote: Pzz> it is not so clear, as the client of such network at connection finds the first other client who is already connected. For example, the distribution kit is daily updated and contains some set last active IP. Here truth appears the centralized server with the distribution kit. But we return to the previous question: i.e. completely hostless systems are not present also everything, what is in the market - a fake? Pzz> but it only start points. That it is good to understand it, it is necessary to read many pieces of paper. I thank. Esteemed. A subject deep.