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Thanks for the welcome to MT. I like asynchronous techniques and low-dependency codebases. Right now, I am building a DSL for designing asynchronous software systems, "Wandle". This should be ready in the next few weeks, and allow me to move to focus on my Single System Image platform, the Cthulix Operating System (cthulix.com/preview.html).

macwright.com/2021/02/23/one-w Not sure of my own position, but certainly an interesting hypothesis. I have wondered long and hard about why excel is so successful. This is the best explanation I have seen yet.

Arch design tool is now good-enough. I am weak at compilers, and it shows, but this will do the job. github.com/cratuki/wandle

Thanks for the welcome to MT. I like asynchronous techniques and low-dependency codebases. Right now, I am building a DSL for designing asynchronous software systems, "Wandle". This should be ready in the next few weeks, and allow me to move to focus on my Single System Image platform, the Cthulix Operating System (cthulix.com/preview.html).

(Perhaps not "confirms" above, but rather "complements")

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With Limit, the client is a forth VM. There is no html/css/js. Just forth. The Limit client maintains a long-running async connection to the Limit server, and they communicate with one another via messages.

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Earlier this year, I wrote a proposal for a thing that has some similar goals to Gemini.

Limit: songseed.org/dinghy/d.limit.ht

Encouraging to see uptake for the Gemini ideas - confirms my thought that the web is disrupt-able.

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