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[liberationtech] Free Privacy-Friendly (Doku)wiki Hosting

Moritz Bartl moritz at torservers.net
Fri Mar 8 11:55:11 PST 2013


Hi!

I have spare resources on one of my servers (hosted at EUserv in Jena,
Germany), so one of the things I set up now is free Dokuwiki hosting. I
have tried many wikis over time, and I use Dokuwiki (and ikiwiki) for
many projects myself. It was quite natural to now open this to the public.

What might make this interesting to this community is that I have
configured the server to not keep IP logs at all, and that it comes with
HTTPS support for all wikis (*). I currently keep 3 days worth of access
logs maintly for debugging purposes, after that they are securely wiped
from the (non-flash) drive.

Signup is currently restricted and requires an "invite code". An
unlimited invite code for you is "libtech-ml".

While I do ask for an email address on signup (mostly to limit spam/bulk
signups), I don't keep the used invite code or link the email address to
the wiki, so they are basically 'anonymous'.

http://www.informatick.net/

Subdomains are available from .informatick.net and .informatick.com. If
you don't like these choices, or want your own (sub)domain pointing at
one of the wikis, no problem.

(*) Currently a wildcard certificate by CAcert that requires the CAcert
root to be installed in your browser. I would need some financial
support for a commercial wildcard certificate ($60/yr).

-- 
Moritz Bartl
https://www.torservers.net/



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