In this video, SaltEMike reacts to a video by Tybio’s Twisted World discussing Star Citizen’s server meshing and network engineering. SaltEMike agrees with the creator’s points and expresses renewed confidence in Star Citizen’s progress, urging the community to actively support the developers in testing and providing feedback for the ambitious project.
In this video, SaltEMike reacts to a video about Star Citizen’s server meshing and network engineering. He admits that he is not very interested in the technical side of the game but decides to watch the video to see if there is any value for Star Citizen players. He mentions that sometimes experts in their fields may not fully understand how Star Citizen works, according to messages he has received from developers.
The video he is reacting to is by Tybio’s Twisted World, a new content creator. The creator, who has 30 years of experience in networking, discusses the complexities and intricacies of networking in relation to server meshing. He explains the concept of graph theory and how it relates to the hierarchical structure of Star Citizen’s network. He also raises concerns about the potential challenges of syncing and communicating information between multiple nodes in the network.
The creator emphasizes the importance of testing the replication layer and server meshing to understand when the network breaks and when the players start to feel the impact of clumping together. He suggests that the community should actively participate in stress testing and provide feedback to help the developers improve the network performance. He believes that Star Citizen’s server meshing is a groundbreaking endeavor that will have a profound impact on the gaming industry.
SaltEMike agrees with the creator’s points and expresses his renewed confidence in Star Citizen’s progress. He urges the community to actively support the developers by participating in testing and providing feedback. He acknowledges the complexity of the networking challenges and emphasizes the need to appreciate the ambitious nature of the project. Despite his previous frustrations with the game’s development, he believes that the server meshing feature is crucial for the game’s success and encourages the community to help in any way they can.