DEJE, n., Democratically Enforced JSON Environment.
DEJE is an EJTP protocol for tightly managed, verified, and timelined JSON data. You can use it for any distributed data system that needs strong safety guarantees.
DEJE includes Lua-based verification functions that run in a hardened Lua environment (hardlupa) and for this reason, the library is highly portable to other languages. If it can run a Lua runtime, and talk to the network, you can build a DEJE lib in that language. This means platform compatibility across language and OS lines.
The first project that will be built with this as a dependency will be djdns, a distributed DNS system that hosts a virtual DNS server on localhost based on data in a set of heirarchical community-managed DNS documents.