Okay pinned it to read it later, seems to be a tiny goldmine https://team.inria.fr/wide/publications/
Honestly friends interested in replicated kv/databases might be interested in this https://hal.inria.fr/hal-02303490
New paper to have fun with 😵
"Merkle Hash Grids Instead of Merkle Trees"
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
Omigosh, one of the person behind Merkle grid is also experimenting funny stuff with grid raid array
He sure like grids
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