I wrote up a short retrospective on some of the things we built at Cliqz over the last few years:
I made my first firefox extension!
It adds a handy button to your toolbar for surfing sites on the #merveilles webring.
You can install it from here: https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/merveilles-webring-surfer/
and you can read the source here: https://github.com/aadilayub/webring-extension
New post on how you can install dat:// and hyper:// support in Firefox Developer Edition and Nightly:
holy shit! Cabal got accepted to Mozilla's Fix The Internet Lab!!!
Made a new PoC today: Running a #dat hyperdrive in a web worker, and discovery-swarm-webrtc in the non-worker. Then pipe peer connections between the two for replication.
One use-case would be using a hyperdrive in a ServiceWorker, and being able to replicate whenever a web page is opened.
The other, I may reveal later...
#cliqz browser just released experimental #dat support: https://0x65.dev/blog/2020-03-02/implementing-the-dat-protocol-in-cliqz.html
The Garden and the Stream: A Technopastoral
»And when you get to that point, where you’ve mapped out 1000s of articles of your own knowledge you start to see impacts on your thought that are very hard to describe.»
New #dat tool: dat-seeder
It's a CLI tool for seeding multiple dats from your device efficiently.
Why open standards and interoperability is key to breaking the dominance of tech monopolies - a post from me on redecentralize.org :)