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Friend2Friend Coding

Friend2Friend is an XML-based, language for scripting a decentralised network of secure servers. The first implementation of F2F is in PHP5.3. The class structure is as follows:
Class Description
F2F Server One instance of this class is required. This manages group level encryption and communication between the personal servers. May contains one or more F2F soft-systems.
Soft Systems Sufficient for a single user, systems manages all that user's data, and installed software, as a set of XML files, arranged in a tree of soft nodes.
Soft Nodes Independent environments with exclusive access to XML datastores and XSLT-based filters and services, hosting a set of threads.
Threads Independent environments for interpreting F2F XML scripts, may be ephemeral, or potentially unlimited in duration.
Requests The equivalent of programming commands, identified by URI, which are either provided by F2F core, or are custom XSLT scripts.

The decentralised equivalent of a standard webpage is an XSL script which runs serverside to create that page. Hence, to the end user it could even appear identical. However, the backend has a different model - instead of accessing data from a central database on the webserver, it populates the page with data accessed live from the network of F2F servers.

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 AE404 - Constructing An Internet Gift Economy (v2) Robin Upton 2005-11-25

This will be slower than a traditional website, but will decentralise access and remove any one person from a position of power. Moreover, it greatly expands possibilites and resolves problems of trust by placing everyone's data under their own control.

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