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From: Keith Copenhagen <k_at_copetech_dot_com>
Date: Wed Nov 10 2004 - 18:24:17 CST

>>Hello Keith:
>>
>> So in other words, you want to apply the model we've already set
>>up for EVM to this application. That's great as the thinking and
>>research will be transferable.
>>
>>Thanks, Ed Kennedy
>>

Hi Ed,

You're giving me way too much credit. I'm just someone who wandered in a
week ago, stoppped and started asking questions.

For what it's worth, Here are my's rather half-baked opinions, worth
every penny you paid for them...

(1) I suspect that the demo is a really great prototype and those people
that made it are a whole lot more educated and credable. And certainly
there is a lot of good will built up in those man-years of sweat (brain
& brawn) and deserve my respect.

(2) I imagine that there is a security architecture that doesn't require
the same level of trust and security in the EVM as in, say, the BRP,
which allows the design on the next generation EVM more design freedom
and more re-use from the demo.

(3) The development so far has been very EVM centric, and so I'm not
stepping on too many toes when I start talking about other aspects of
the process. Or the people invested in that are letting me come up to
speed.

-k

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