Re: [vwrap] Statements of Consensus. Flexibity First.

Dzonatas Sol <> Wed, 30 March 2011 17:44 UTC

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Morgaine wrote:
> In contrast, interop between worlds serves *individuals* and *user 
> communities* wonderfully in numerous ways:

I wouldn't doubt that some of this can be address in the same theme 
COLLADA has done with conditioners and refineries. The only reason to 
make sure the protocols work abroad would be for the most optimal 
network usage. The mere effort, otherwise, to get data from one system 
to another can be in various formats.

As for VW to VW... I don't see the need for consistent optimal protocol 
that is custom to VWRAP. The only need (maybe illusionary) here is that 
being the monolithic client can connect to any of these VWs. We could, 
however, just pass COLLADA data to the client and that would do the same 
justice. Of course, this is a bit rough.

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