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Wie Deutschland sich beim Internet selbst belügt!
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Explodierende Mailboxen "Stellen Sie das doch endlich ab!"

Was passiert, wenn 2.000 Medienmenschen auf einer Mailingliste mit Fehlfunktion landen? Verstörende Einblicke in die Digitalkompetenz einer Branche.
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November 27 2013

"all fonts somehow disappeared and it finds fucking wingdings"
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November 25 2013

Ticket: #6157Title:Traffic degradation towards Swisscom AS3303, caused by illicit rate limitingDuration:30.11.12 19:00 - 23.11.13 20:00Severity (1-5):2Status:DoneDescription:

We experience performance degradation of traffic towards Swisscom AS3303. The reason is illicit rate limiting, executed by Swisscom. 

Init7 is trying to minimize customer impact by technical measures and is taking legal action against Swisscom. No ETR at this time. We apologize for any inconvenience.

Update, 23. Nov. 2013: Swisscom was ordered by court (Bundesverwaltungsgericht) to re-establish peerings and remove any rate limiters. This has been done, we don't expect any packet loss between AS13030 and AS3303 anymore.

Init7 Network Status
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November 11 2013

For example, assume you would like to compress the following string:

Trololololo lololo lololo.

A regular compression library would produce something that perhaps looks like this:


You can see that this is a complete opaque bag of random symbols corresponding to various binary values. However, Debloat produces well-formed output that looks like this:

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<compressedData algorithm="lz77">
  <byte value="84"/>
  <byte value="114"/>
  <byte value="111"/>
  <byte value="108"/>
  <reference distance="2" length="7"/>
  <byte value="32"/>
  <reference distance="7" length="13"/>
  <byte value="46"/>
  <byte value="10"/>

Undoubtedly, this format has many, many advantages for Java Enterprise applications respect to the opaque binary blob

debloat - An Open-Source, extensible, Enterprise-ready data compression/decompression framework. - Google Project Hosting

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