Re: Getting on with Things

Medel Ramirez <> Wed, 09 March 2016 23:17 UTC

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Subject: Re: Getting on with Things
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I can *attest* to that 😉

Have a nice day

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> On Mar 10, 2016, at 1:10 AM, Stewart Bryant <> wrote:
>> On 09/03/2016 16:53, Adrian Farrel wrote:
>> Eliot,
>> Picking one piece out of your MUD...
>>> I've floated an idea in draft-lear-mud-framework-00.txt which talks a
>>> little about this.  The idea is to learn what the Thing is and then have
>>> its manufacturer communicate to a deployment how the thing is intended
>>> to be used.
>> This approach worries me. While the manufacturer might not object to this, the user and the system integrator should. The fact that a device was manufactured for foo should not stop it being used for bar.
>> Adrian
> Indeed, and too often manufactures already  do this as part of their business model.
> A classic example is where performance is throttled, or features are enabled only by
> licence.
> It is but a short step to application specific restriction, although if an application has
> third party IPR there can be a liability that rests with the manufacturer, in which
> case you can understand the concern.
> As distasteful and frustrating as this is, restriction of application may be an unfortunate necessity.
> - Stewart

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