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knowledge base in home,

which is dynamically maintained and communicated via p2p with growth of communities.

P2PCommunities is architecture of parts (the peers) building wholes serving themselves and each other, instead of having one container for all (the server), serving each and any (client).

P2PCommunities is based on pile technology and is in development stage at the piletech. Using this tech enables to convert "any thing" to be only a mass of integrated ordered relations, build in a recursive manner. In this mass any relation may be an object able to be related in order with any other such relation.

Imagine peers having their private "knowledge base" on each of their machines. Imagine each of the peers employs each other's machines, but contrary to grid computing or distributed computing, they do so in short pulses and in a developed reaction, in which each of the peers forms and not only performs the tasks, while earning and ranking the trust of the others.

Such knowledge base flexibly integrates any sort of tables and xml structures, where any element/sequence/part/whole in the base may be an expression attached to a token being a number able to be exposed in a communication between the peers and where the token in each base is attached also to an authorized id for security matters.

Using the p2pcommunities enables a common knowledge base, developed in a dynamic, flexible and personalized manner, between peers authorizing each other in the building of their community of/for their interest and it can be used up to the extant of automated common knowledge base, such that at any given moment each peer can employ for accomplishing her/his task, many other peers in such community.

If Web 2.0 is syndicating, sharing and taking the internet to its elementary pieces, then the Next is applying activates between the elements of Web 2.0.

If Content in Web 2.0 is an elementary piece, then the Next elementary piece is the relations per se, which are combined in the content, between such contents and which are linked by/via/to it.

If sharing in Web 2.0 is exercised by delivery of contents, then another scale of processing the information is opened up for such communities.

That is to say, centralizing the use of the Internet around strong servers, if it can resolve all our usages, is temporal and exhausting (with growing complexity of balancing), whereas for longer terms the architecture of Growing-selforganizing-communities can resolve the Focusing (of) the use of the Internet better and in more flexible conditions.

~~namzezam at 24/01/07~~

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