Re: Applicability, Use-cases, and Architecture for the CRH

otroan@employees.org Sat, 16 May 2020 22:19 UTC

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Subject: Re: Applicability, Use-cases, and Architecture for the CRH
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> RSID and CRSID both work for me. However,  I shouldn’t  be allowed to name anything. I liked FIDO, too!

"There are two hard problems in computer science. Cache invalidation, naming and off by one errors."

Assuming these identifiers can map to any "packet instruction" you could possibly imagine, why not something generic like "tag" or "label".
And if you need to be specific CRH tag (or CRH label).

Ole