I think this interview highlights the issue of uptime for the bulk of future resource contributors. Hancock being the privacy diehard he is stated that the sum of his spare computing resources would/could be used for a few hours daily as his contribution to the network.
The networks’ health relies on high uptime among other things. Uptime is the probably THE most important factor when considering the average user as they should constitute the majority. What do we do to solve this issue. Common OS’s have sleep modes pre-programmed and active by default.
This would affect node age and section strength. Very cheap embedded systems and or a sleep prevention capability added to vaults are needed. Keeping what is contributed by users alive is key to SAFEs’ success. Am I wrong?