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[liberationtech] A Digital Safe Haven for Syria
me at andrewlew.is
Mon May 27 18:37:08 PDT 2013
I guess the better question is there anyone else out there that would like to look further into this? I know that there are a bunch of tech folks have looked into it and have a ton of ideas, and would be chomping at the bit to actually work on this. The issues that have arisen are mainly of political, policy, or resources not technical feasibility. I know that if I'd be willing to work on it right away, along with many others, if these issues could be solved or handled by people with that sort of expertise dealing with the non-technical aspects. Maybe some existing support org would be interested in stepping forward to coordinate, and work towards such a solution?
With that being said, I expect that there are some ongoing efforts toward such efforts, who maybe acting under the radar for various reasons, and wouldn't want to step on any toes.
On May 28, 2013, at 8:09 AM, Eleanor Saitta <ella at dymaxion.org> wrote:
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> On 2013.05.27 10.57, Yosem Companys wrote:
>> From: *David Farber* <dave at farber.net <mailto:dave at farber.net>>
>> Anyone believe this would actually work?
>> LETTER A Digital ?Safe Haven? for Syria
> Technically? Yes. I and other folks have done the logistical evals,
> looking at a variety of sites, etc.
> Politically? That's a fascinating and open question.
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> Ideas are my favorite toys.
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