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BALL
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Byzantine Askemos Language Layer.

Ball is the first implementation of the Askemos Distributed Virtual Machine. It provides an autonomous virtual execution environment for applications, which are executed like contracts : Running processes proceed only in multilateral consensus (byzantine agreement of replicas) among a quorums of equal peers. Processes are persistent; they can communicate by passing messages to each other. Human users appear therein as processes which emit arbitrary messages at the persons discretion.

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About

This white paper used to be the best one about the design. While it's old already, it's still recommended as first reading.

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Use It

  • screen shots from starting the live system till modification of the personal web site.
  • see docs

In The Press

see blog entry 2015-11-04

History, People & Testing

There is an ongoing self test of the development network (which serves the askemos.org website an others).

See here for old notes on people, history and details.

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Get It

  1. legal: GPL license (with rscheme) or BSD (with chicken) – (contact us for other license conditions)
  2. factual:
    1. system requirements
    2. install from source
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Features

  • Fully distributed (P2P)
  • Tamper resistant: sustains up to 30% of disconnected nodes or even moles.
  • Synchronizes data (like e.g. bitorrent) and running processes.
  • Applications may be written in any language. The core system supports: a " shebang" language to switch to users preferred languages and a powerful experimental language.
  • Maintains DNS records for dynamic IP's of peers.
  • WebDAV file system.
  • SOCKS4a for use with tor.
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Contact

Lacking the resources to deal with SPAM, there are only two options by now:

  1. Leave your message here. (Up to 160 characters, don't forget to include your email.)

    If you are redirected to my personal page, the message arrived. (At most peers that is.)

  2. Use the askemos mailing list from sourceforge.net. This list is as well as the sourceforge repository factually abandoned since many years. I'm still subscribed, though there is zero traffic.

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