Post 104494

Do you think it's too unfriendly to expose a CRDT counter as a sequence ID to third parties, and expect them to know how to increment it when responding to the transaction?
@cgiffard Depends on if it's going to be widely used...
@33MHz Without question. But data integrity is also vitally important.
@cgiffard what happens when — not if — they screw it up?
@adiabatic It's rejected. I figure they're probably just as likely to screw up a non CRDT sequence number, and it won't be detectable then, until it's too late.

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