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[liberationtech] arkOS starts funding campaign to push forward development

Jonathan Wilkes jancsika at yahoo.com
Tue Nov 5 13:43:28 PST 2013


Hi Jacob,
      Can you talk more about how the user would run arkOS services as 
Tor hidden services?

Can the user run the services they want _only_ as hidden services (i.e., 
not accessible through normal web)?

Will the user need to do any extra configuration to enable this option, 
or will it be turnkey?

Will Cables be included as an arkOS service?

Thanks,
Jonathan

On 11/05/2013 04:24 PM, Jacob Cook wrote:
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> Hello Libtech,
>
> My project arkOS has just started a crowdfunding campaign to push
> forward development and add new features over the course of the next
> year. Check it out! Any contributions or linksharing on your social
> networks is very much appreciated and will go a long way toward
> helping us meet our goal.
>
> https://fund.arkos.io
>
> If you haven't heard of it yet, in a nutshell: arkOS is a Linux-based
> OS and software stack that allows users to easily self-host a variety
> of services from anywhere, giving them a decentralized alternative to
> Google/FB/Dropbox et al. It does this by using established software
> suites but managing them with an intuitive graphical management
> program called Genesis, removing the need to manage the system from
> the command line. The goal is to make hosting a server as easy as
> using a desktop PC or a smartphone for most people, as well as
> providing an increased degree of privacy and security via many tools
> that are built directly into the system. Alpha versions of arkOS have
> been produced and are constantly being refined and improved. You can
> already host a website with WordPress or Jekyll, or run your own cloud
> server with ownCloud, doing all of this with experimental Security and
> Certificate frameworks that make securing your services a snap.
>
> The future will add a lot of cool new features, like email hosting,
> Tor integration and much more. These can all be included in arkOS with
> your help.
>
>
> Thank you!
>
> - -- 
> Jacob Cook <jacob at jcook.cc>
> https://jcook.cc
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