Insights into Wiki's Web3 directions...some sort of centralized server model, with decentralized writing and wiki pages, seems to 'get the balance right' Full paper by Moxie page
# Most people don’t want to run their own servers, and never will.
- If we do want to change our relationship to technology, I think we’d have to do it intentionally. My basic thoughts are roughly: - We should accept the premise that people will not run their own servers by designing systems that can distribute trust without having to distribute infrastructure. This means architecture that anticipates and accepts the inevitable outcome of relatively centralized client/server relationships, but uses cryptography (rather than infrastructure) to distribute trust. One of the surprising things to me about web3, despite being built on “crypto,” is how little cryptography seems to be involved! # We should try to reduce the burden of building software.
...some sort of centralized server model, with decentralized writing and wiki pages, seems to 'get the balance right'