Just wanted to share a project I've been working on for the last few weeks, it's called Open-Registry and it's goal is to build a community funded registry as an alternative to the npm inc registry.
You can see the website here: https://open-registry.dev
Let me know what you think!
It is proven! I am diggan on Keybase: https://keybase.io/diggan/sigchain#b1ee5eb8b40099bbaeec8176494dfc4d1db449fabdf702f4d8ca80756f109f4d0f
What’s really happening when you add a file to #IPFS? (From raw data to Merkle #DAGs and a few steps in between): https://medium.com/textileio/whats-really-happening-when-you-add-a-file-to-ipfs-ae3b8b5e4b0f
If anyone wants to do the same, here's the link:
In about five minutes I will start a live stream that shows how to build a website that can edit and replicate itself with js-ipfs, from scratch! Follow along here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ud7WXPCxHyc
Live Stream: Building a decentralized browser application with IPFS (Friday, 10th August, 12:00 UTC)
A classic talk by Rich Hickey https://www.infoq.com/presentations/Simple-Made-Easy
Decentralize your world.
There is of course #mastodon as federated social media.
There is good old #email as federated postbox (as long as not everyone uses GMail).
There is #peertube as a federated video platform.
There is #Riot / Matrix.org as federated group messaging.
There is #XMPP for federated 1on1 messaging.
And there is #nextcloud as federated cloud storage.
In theory most services are already federated. We only miss more users :)
It seems searches for keywords are local to your mastodon instance. Any way of doing a "federated search"? #mastodon
Blueprint of a distributed social network on IPFS - and its problems - https://beyermatthias.de/blog/2018/02/25/blueprint-of-a-distributed-social-network-on-ipfs---and-its-problems-2/
Hello folks, new here, let's see what Mastodon is all about! I live close to Barcelona, Catalunya and is a fan of decentralized tech, working daily on making IPFS better! Happy to discuss decentralization of the world anytime
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