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Andrew
@walpolea
I think it has been down for a bit, the DNS got changed from where it was being hosted.
Dave Ackley
@DaveAckley
Yikes!
Dave Ackley
@DaveAckley
Well, I managed to miss renewal notices for t2tile.org and it got snarfed by squatters now.
Ugh.
Not sure best way forward as yet.
Thanks for the heads up @Synchronyme ! Doh!
Synchronyme
@Synchronyme
Damn squatters.
Luke Wilson
@l2wilson94
t3tile.org ?
Dave Ackley
@DaveAckley
Too soon?
Luke Wilson
@l2wilson94
t2tile.cool !?
just kidding, sorry to hear that. that sucks :(
Dave Ackley
@DaveAckley
Yah! Well it's my own fault. Not enough attention for too many things.
Dave Ackley
@DaveAckley
Well okay, bought t2tile.com
Not set up yet..
So be it
Dave Ackley
@DaveAckley
OK beginning the process of changing all the t2tile.org s I can find into t2tile.com s.
Dave Ackley
@DaveAckley
Well changed some.. If anybody sees any t2tile.org links out there (that I might be able to change) I'd be grateful to hear about them here!
Dave Ackley
@DaveAckley
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"Walpole is not deployed per-team: there is but one"
Seems right :)
Andrew
@walpolea
🤔
Living systems computation was right in front of us the whole time
Dave Ackley
@DaveAckley
It just needed to be named.
Dave Ackley
@DaveAckley
Virtually bullet-proof self-stabilizing L2 Plate sync achieved.
And ahhhh it's good.
Dumped all the Rock-Paper-Scissors stuff.
Now using 'symmetric interclocking' -- the exact same peer-to-peer protocol that T2 tiles to share a low-level clock signal for communicating bits inter-tile.
It's clean, it's tough, and only costs two bits per.
Nap.
Andrew
@walpolea
👏
Dave Ackley
@DaveAckley
Which I'm renaming to be a 'General Distributed Ring Oscillator' after finally finally finding relevant keywords and relevant related work.. GDRO
Andrew
@walpolea
Starting a robust-computation cookbook could be nice, add this recipe to local synchronization
Andrew
@walpolea
given how amounts/ratios of agent behaviors have a decent effect on the outcomes, it would be quite akin to an actual baking cookbook... just the right amount of checking, not too much, not too little to get that balanced result.
Dave Ackley
@DaveAckley
Yeah absolutely! So maybe next time it wouldn't take me quite so long to come up with this same idea.. yet again.
Willow DeRosa
@beepboopwillow
Recently found this project and I'm deeply fascinated. Does T2Tile/MFM/LCF have a Discord server?
Andrew
@walpolea
No discord, though it's been a bit since it was discussed, discord has sort of become the common place for communities now. Many of us keep an eye out here still.
Dave Ackley
@DaveAckley
Hi @beepboopwillow thanks for dropping by! We don't have a whole lot of traffic mostly, so far.
I've been on a couple discord servers (e.g., looking for obs help) but I'm way unskilled in the art.
Luke Wilson
@l2wilson94
I keep an eye on here too! I use discord more and more though - maybe it would be good!
Dave Ackley
@DaveAckley
As long as it's not me adminning it, whatever that amounts to, I'd be happy to try to play in it.
Andrew
@walpolea
Happy to be a mod!
Willow DeRosa
@beepboopwillow
Happy to mod as well. I haven't used any integrations or bots yet, but I have run a small "private" server for friends.
I went ahead and created a T2 Tile server. Invite link is limited to 7 days and 100 uses: https://discord.gg/yRQkVByY
Luke Wilson
@l2wilson94
I'm in!
Andrew
@walpolea
me too!
Andrew
@walpolea
For anyone stopping by or joining in, we're trying out discord as a new realtime community solution! Please join us!
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Andrew
@walpolea
I'm learning... this link doesn't automatically expire. Join us on Discord! https://discord.gg/rBV6Y6sWNY
Shaun Gilchrist
@shaunxcode
any chance of a fresh discord invite?
Dave Ackley
@DaveAckley
Existing one above might still work? Or no? I'm super clueless about discord!
Andrew
@walpolea
I believe the one above still works