[Coma] Reprogramming Protocols

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One thing that hasn't yet been mentioned (unless I missed it) is the
issue or reprogramming protocols for adding new applications or
modifying/patching existing applications/firmware. I imagine this is of
particular interest in Sensor Nets but may also be beneficial in other
scenarios. Will this also be considered within coma?






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