I have browsed most of them, I was never able to discern a clear answer (though that could just be because this is all over my head).
For example, in one of those threads it reads like one comment says to expect that with every post there will be 8 bytes of UDP header, adn ~20bytes of IPv4 header. There are 122 bytes for the Ping every 23 minutes (which I assume does not come into play if I’m communicating at sub 23 minute intervals).
The comment immediately below that seems to say that each Post comes with 130 bytes of overhead, and does not acknowledge the previous comment (side note, does this mean that overhead is 50% of the total publishable size for any given message)?
Further down, it looks like you can out 61 bytes of overhead by not having the system acknowledge the electron when it publishes.
Again, I fully admit that I’m in over my head here - just trying to ballpark what data sizes might be.
Is there just a simple cheat sheet somewhere that says, here is the largest message you can publish, here is the fixed overhead for a message?