Then you don’t understand my point guys and you don’t know or you don’t want to consider that people needs their latency right.
It’s absolutely not about scaling down the requirements. The requirements can be met.
But don t come tell me with your arguments that people that use your storj process on their raspberry pi are having datacenter speed range… they probably have PS4 and are playing over watch or Warzone or I don’t know what else. So they need their latencies.
If you don’t take that into account well shame on you because it’s a basic thing to keep in mind when developing those kind of apps or process when you want the joining of as much people as possible or are we discussing about just make an elite join your project here ?
Because let’s stay honest. Your project here can’t be host only at home. No companies whatsoever unless they have a big interest in it will allowed several T to be stored on their hardware that they bought.
And in datacenter you can’t obviously host those kind of apps because of the prices that each Tera is costing.
So obviously you want the most people with their own home ressources to join.
Besides this debate, I will look into this blog but that doesn’t answer the big problem which is, what happens when several bad blocks are appearing and unfortunately it is on your set of files ? I don’t see any technical response to that.
And about the network equipment, it’s not because they all have this feature now, that this is actually working great or even their processing power is working optimizing my enough to endure those kind of limitations.
And I m sorry guys but this is not a whole new feature to implement. Syncthing is fully open source and we can easily copy paste complete libraries for that purposes. So don’t be that melodramatic in a where we have actually reinvent the wheel. It’s already been available freely and opensource.
Every single project of data cloud storage is offering this feature and with reason. If you don’t take it into account and you don’t see as useful where actually every single team having worked on project like that have implemented in it.
So I don’t want to scale down the requirements! But it would be nice to be able to just limit the bandwidth at the 5Mbps which is the smallest requirement.