Me : in exam since 3h, still 6h left, haven't started

Also me : Oh, "Merkle Search Trees:Efficient State-Based CRDTs in Open Networks" paper seems cool to read...

Ahhh, I can't just not read it, it's funny how it's close to a toy implementation I did to also replicate efficiently a large kv database

Yet I didn't knew what was merkle tree then :blobcatExtremeJoy: I guess I miss a lot of studying in the field lmao

Honestly friends interested in replicated kv/databases might be interested in this hal.inria.fr/hal-02303490

New paper to have fun with 😵

"Merkle Hash Grids Instead of Merkle Trees"
www2.cs.uh.edu/~paris/MYPAPERS

On a sidenote, about the "Merkle Search Tree", some IPFS person took the idea in the paper and is trying a kinda crazy project

github.com/mikeal/IPSQL

all this stuff is captivating, I wish I could, like, pause the path I'm currently taking and go into this one, but, eh, "that not my level" so I will not be able to learn about this kind of things :blobcatExtremeJoy:

Omigosh, one of the person behind Merkle grid is also experimenting funny stuff with grid raid array

He sure like grids

www2.cs.uh.edu/~paris/MYPAPERS

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