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Friend to Friend (F2F Network)

Hi Christopher, Is it possible to use lasp to form F2f network topology ? https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Friend-to-friend I am looking to build a multiplex network with N layers, Consider I have a node with total 20 neighbours to peer with, and I want to form a gossip multiplex network with 4 layers = 5 peers for each layer will form F2f network and those layers will only be used to reach consensus with peers on shared Graph. I would love to send you an email with full details if that is okay? Thank you.
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Lasp VNode?

Hi all, I just bumped into Lasp and it looks amazing. We currently use riak_core in our project and one thing I didn't quite follow was if lasp can handle chashed primary nodes and handoffs like how the riak_core VNodes works. Are there any additional docs or some source files in particular I should be looking at? Thanks!
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Handling unexpected node exit and rejoin on different port

I've been playing with lasp_pg from the Elixir terminal and noticed this behavior: I'm doing this from two elixir terminal sessions: Start node lasp1. Start node lasp2. Join to lasp1. Kill session (^C^C) Lasp1 says lasp2 is disconnected. Start node lasp2 again. Join to lasp1. Lasp1 now has two lasp2's in the membership list and continues to say that lasp2 is disconnected. I understand *why* it's doing this - the new lasp2 is connecting on a different port. The main issue is that, to stop the errors from coming in, I must force lasp2 to leave to clear out the previous lasp2 connection and then have lasp2 join again. Is there a way to force the lasp2's old connection to 'expire' based on its old port and remove it from the membership?

Is it possible to connect without Erlang node connection?

I'm trying to use Lasp/Partisan but I would like to know if it's possible to avoid Erlang disterl completely? The connect function expects a node name and ip:port but I wonder if it's possible to use just ip and port 🤔