Steven Vervaecke is a founding member of the Web 3.0 Informal Steering Group

Biography

Steven Vervaecke is a founding member of the Web 3.0 Informal Steering Group.

He is a well-versed senior service desk engineer with over a decade of experience in the technology field on a professional level. And nearly 20 years of experience overall including spare time projects and technology passions. Professionally having operated in many different companies and projects, while not specialised he is knowledgeable of many different technologies. Therefor he is able to fit all the pieces together to compose a holistic view of a topic. And therefore, can often accurately assess a problem and direct the right resources to it in terms of escalation. Continue reading “Steven Vervaecke is a founding member of the Web 3.0 Informal Steering Group”

Steven Vervaecke: Joseph Farrell on Spacial Web & The Borg — Anti-Thesis of Human Centric Web 3.0

Borg-Like Evil

i recoil in horror each time i see articles about this kind of stuff. Kudos to the GDS for taking a stand against it and refuting several arguments.

As with lots of things in life, technology is not always the answer to imaginary problems. We must instead focus on developing our inate abilities as human and awaken our full potential. The human body is still very unexplored and we know jack about the power of our hearth, the depths of our brains and the socalled junk dna. Continue reading “Steven Vervaecke: Joseph Farrell on Spacial Web & The Borg — Anti-Thesis of Human Centric Web 3.0”

Steven Vernaecke: Migration Thoughts

Operating Systems

Altough i agree with Luke on a technical perspective. in my oppinion Wix is just silly amateur stuff not fit for the vision of Robert.

We must also approach this from a usability angle. If Robert’s webmaster is able to provide his own hardware server equipment, then you can do this. The stuff with creating VM’s is just not workable for Robert alone.

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Robert Steele: Web 3.0 Informal Steering Group Members 1.0

Web 3.0

I have finalized the Web 3.0 Informal Steering Group for Phase 1.0.  Martin Geddes and Stephen E. Arnold will join me as the informal executive cell that can sign confidentiality and other agreements on behalf of my new company Open Source Everything, Inc. Our public website will be web3-0.org which will be a subset of a larger website ose-21.org to press forward on Open Source Everything Engineer (OSEE).

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Steven Vervaecke: Berty & Scuttlebutt – Mesh Messaging No Internet Web 3.0 Foundation Layer?

Autonomous Internet

https://github.com/berty/berty

In my opinion if you consider the current emerging web 3.0 technologies as next gen. Then this is the generation after that. This is almost identical in functioning as

https://scuttlebutt.nz/

It uses BLE which is Bluetooth to transfer data. And is highly functional in a densely populated area. The range of BLE is about 400m if its BLE 5.

This scuttlebut is considered the ultimate in decentralized Peer to Peer (P2P) technologies. BLE is the best tech to create mesh networks. This is the type of app spies would use, you need to be physically near your conversation partner, at the same time the biggest plus and min.

In short: It is valuable to have them onboard but their use case is still microscopic small.