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[liberationtech] Any project missing on the updated map of a "GNU Internet" ?
Lluís Batlle i Rossell
viric at viric.name
Sun Oct 4 14:44:35 PDT 2015
NixOS is available since years. I use it since 2009 everywhere.
Maybe you could add OMEMO (Conversations implements it), and Axolotl.
What about things from WhisperSystems? And SMSSecure.
Next to IPFS there could be "morph.is".
As for libre hardware, maybe the Loongson-based computers are worth mentioning.
It may be that I already reported tools already in the map; as it is not
text, I cannot search for matches there.
Regards and thank you for the work!
On Sun, Oct 04, 2015 at 11:12:59PM +0200, carlo von lynX wrote:
> Hey ho.. long time no see.
> A newspaper intends to print our map of projects that are
> possibly contributing to a complete new protocol stack for
> a new Internet.. or rather.. a GNU Internet. So we updated
> it. Here it is: http://youbroketheinternet.org/map
> Of course a lot of projects are missing.. but it should be
> the ones that aren't using a public-key based routing sub-
> system anyway. Find the details of the criteria by which
> EDN, GNU consensus and youbroketheinternet sort out more
> and less interesting projects on http://youbroketheinternet.org
> Thanks in advance for feedback.
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