[discuss] from confusion to clarification
nathaliecoupet at yahoo.com
Thu Jan 29 01:26:18 UTC 2015
Could you explain what kind of decentralized architecture would be necessary to eliminate the retention of virtual address spaces?
What process would need to be in place to assign address space according to the geographical position in the network?
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On Jan 28, 2015, at 7:22 PM, willi uebelherr <willi.uebelherr at gmail.com> wrote:
> from confusion to clarification
> Dear friends,
> Wolfgang Kleinwaechter has chosen a great title for his text. And it is also clear that each person develops their own interpretation. So I did too.
> It's about what we call the Internet. But this is a forgery. A huge lies theater. And even those who declare themselves as experts often do not know about what they are talking.
> Internet, "the Inter connection of local Networks". We have 2 elements. The local networks, autonomous and independent, and the connections. A transport system for digital data. On this basis rests my contribution to this discussion.
> 1. Decentralization must be materialized in the inner architecture. It is an illusion that structures, that are based on the centralism, can be decentralized, distributed, open and transparent organized. That is why the claim to have created an open and "democratic" Internet Governance is at most an illusion. In fact, a vast and useless theater.
> 2. We need a technical basis for our transport system that allows a distributed and open structure, because it contains these principles themselves. Therefore, the retention of virtual address spaces is a complete contradiction to our intentions for an open participation of all, if we take this seriously and not just talk like that. But then comes our focus to the derivation of the global IP address of the local networks from their geographical position to the foreground.
> 3. Internet is nothing more than "the interconnection of local networks". From there the name comes. It is a transport system of digital data. Nothing more. The technical bases prepared Louis Pouzin along with his colleague in the 70s of last century. There is nothing new. We need to understand it that we can use it.
> 4. The basis in order to make our internet how we need it, is the independence in technology. Without this independence is all just cheap talk. Or illusionary fog. The centralization and monopolization is a fact. We can not oppose with gentle arguments.
> 5. "think globally, act locally" and "knowledge is always world heritage". On this basis, the free technology arises. Free for all people on our planet. For the theoretical basis we work together. The materialization takes place locally and regionally. We help each other.
> 6) We need the diversity and not the monotony. Monotony always leads to the death. Life is diversity. In it the optimal solutions arise. It is a free cooperation process that don't requires any dominant center.
> This post is based on my proposal "Internet, the interconnection of local networks", which I introduced in May 2014 in the mail list of www.1net.org.
> Internet: the INTER-connection of local NET-works 04.05.2014
> 1. general discussion post 05.05.2014
> 2. general discussion post 15.05.2014
> 3. general discussion post 23.05.2014
> May 2014 Archives by date
> Sorry for the bad English.
> many greetings, willi
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