Three layers of federation

The Federation can be viewed as an interlocking set of layers that support decentralisation and federation.

Here we look to think more deeply about how these layers interact, and if they are all necessary to achieve the architectural aims of the federation.

In decentralised circles the idea of the server was for a while frowned upon. When we consider a wider sociological perspective with regard to decentralisation, we can see a future for reclaiming servers in new ways.