A question has been forming in my head over the past few days, don't quite know how to put it but I'll try:
How much of what we're doing could potentially be overlooked completely if SAFE gets mass adoption?
Like, things like MaidSafe's particular instance of a launcher, or things like StructuredData, or or certain other things. Might people just overlook certain parts of this completely and develop how they want on SAFE?
It would be very helpful to maybe try to make two lists, like these:
Essential things that can't be sidestepped:
Things that might be sidestepped:
- MaidSafe's launcher
- MaidSafe's APIs?
- Ideas like StructuredData / AppendableData etc
I guess my question boils down to:
What if people were to just take the core invention of this serverless internet system and run with it in new directions? What would be the things that wouldn't be easy to recreate / develop around? (1st list)
*Disclaimer, it's quite late and that's when I come up with my densest questions, admittedly