a project I've been working on is going live this evening- 7pm BST. It's a p2p exhibition featuring new commissions from 12 amazing artists. It's accessed over hyper:// and for the start this evening each of the artists is going to be the single host of one of the other artists works. You navigate around the works like a web ring moving between the different hosts. It has been a really joyful project, exploring a different protocol with a wonderful group of artists and orgs. Would love to know what fellow LURKers make of it if you get a chance to visit. Https://carefulnetworks.net
@despens there's a JSON file in the drive that records peers joining and leaving. These times are added together and then subtracted from BST. As the original drive is read only I'm not sure that mirrors actually allow that to update (if the original is offline). I think we need to update it so that each mirror produces its own record of time rather than a collective record. ((I could be completely wrong about this 😅))
@ghostglyph Ah I see, that means that the mirror I have set up may count as another user currently watching the clock... probably should stop mirroring that exact hyperdrive then... Really like the concept of that particular work, maybe it needs another platform/protocol to fully flourish.