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Condensation is a general-purpose
distributed data system with
conflict-free synchronization, and
inherent end-to-end security.

Motivation

Features

Executive Summary

Concepts

Overview

Trees

Forward-moving data structures

Entrusted actors

Specifications

Object

Hash

Store

HTTP Store

Folder Store

Key pair (private and public key)

Record

Envelope

Public card

Message

Data trees

Data Tree

Analysis

ACID

Cryptography

Encryption vs. ACLs

Hash collisions

Identity spoofing

Data integrity

Key management

Merging

Mutability

Object existence

Object types

Object size

Passive deduplication

Records

Security

Storage system crashes

Store poisoning

Synchronization

Transactions

Trust

Comparison with other data systems

Condensation vs. cloud services

Condensation vs. file systems

Condensation vs. database systems

Condensation vs. version control systems

Condensation vs. the email system

Implementations

Downloads

Library structure