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30th
Sep 2017
Martin Krasser
@krasserm
Sep 30 2017 09:39
@parkertomatoes not sure I understand your question. What is your use case?

@Horusiath thanks for the update I'll try to review next week.

is a replication / reliable casual broadcast protocol described somewhere? I mean like interaction diagram or something?

There is not such description at the moment but I know that @gabrielgiussi created some diagrams in the past. Maybe he can help you.

gabrielgiussi
@gabrielgiussi
Sep 30 2017 15:14
Hi @krasserm @Horusiath. The last diagram that I've made was https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1Tdd-8ex_yzi28jlSXArllfhLHoKNT-PxV4kHokWAmv4/edit?usp=sharing.
I've asked to Carlos Baquero and Georges Yeounes about this but maybe he forgot to comment on the slides (I sent a message today in case he never received the notification from gmail when I shared the slides).
Martin Krasser
@krasserm
Sep 30 2017 15:37
@gabrielgiussi awesome, thanks for sharing!
gabrielgiussi
@gabrielgiussi
Sep 30 2017 15:42
I'm glad it helps. I will notify here if I receive news from Yeounes.
Martin Krasser
@krasserm
Sep 30 2017 15:45
Great, thanks for the initiative.
gabrielgiussi
@gabrielgiussi
Sep 30 2017 15:51
Now I recall that first I've made this slides that are more specific to eventuate (the slides I've shared before are independent of eventuate and I've made it for asking to Baquero).
Martin Krasser
@krasserm
Sep 30 2017 16:33
Both are great :smiley:. The first slide deck not only because of RBMHTechnology/eventuate#301