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14:23:50  <yoshuawuyts>just realized that using the filldisk bug and frame-rpc you could in theory create a filesystem that spans the whole user's HDD and is accessible from any browser window
14:25:25  <yoshuawuyts>I think, at least - I've never implemented a filesystem or DB; but we def have access to randomly read / write as many bytes as we like so I reckon it should be possible
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23:47:08  <substack>any system with strong consistency will have this problem https://blog.blockstack.org/simple-contracts-are-better-contracts-what-we-can-learn-from-the-dao-6293214bad3a
23:47:50  <substack>because a global network that keeps global state needs to make centralized protocol decisions and is vulnerable to politics