ZProc is an experiment that aims to unify how we program multitasking and distributed applications.
If it succeeds, programmers can have a single method to program in this general area of computing, at any level in the stack.
Perhaps, the ethos of this project is best summarised by this quote from the late Joe Armstrong:
I want one way to program, not many.
The current solution is a centralized one.
At the heart lies a Python program, that serves a data structure (A python dict), which supports event sourcing, time travel, task sequencing, etc.
Processes simply mutate this remote data structure, and communicate using the events it emitts.
This project is currently understood to be at TRL3.