The paper Content Addressed Descriptors and Interfaces with Spritely Goblins is now available for reading. (Also available: source and examples, as well as PDF and ODT versions.) It is somewhat of a wide-ranging paper in its explored ideas, but the general basis is how to perform "conversational" programming in Spritely Goblins, or any other system which assumes a mutually suspicious network. There are some other interesting ideas in there, including Goblins' ward/incanter system (a way of installing hidden behavior which requires hidden access, and then a capability to gain and apply such access).
The reason this system is able to be elegantly embedded in a network environment is its use of Spritely's implementation of CapTP. Much of the CapTP implementation, as well as the research related to the paper itself, have been funded by NLnet and NGI Zero. We are grateful for the support!