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JoinPeerTube
PeerTube is a decentralized video hosting network, based on free/libre software. Join the federation and take back control of your videos!
video  opensource  decentralization  distributed  decentralized 
yesterday by geetarista
vesoft-inc/nebula: A distributed, fast open-source graph database featuring horizontal scalability and high availability
A distributed, fast open-source graph database featuring horizontal scalability and high availability - vesoft-inc/nebula
github  c++  graph-database  database  distributed 
4 days ago by snahor
Handshake - Decentralized naming and authority protocol
A decentralized, permissionless naming protocol where every peer is validating and in charge of managing the root DNS naming zone with the goal of creating an alternative to existing Certificate Authorities and naming systems. Names on the internet (top level domains, social networking handles, etc.) ultimately rely upon centralized actors with full control over a system which are relied upon to be honest, as they are vulnerable to hacking, censorship, and corruption. Handshake aims to experiment with new ways the internet can be more secure, resilient, and socially useful with a peer-to-peer system validated by the network's participants.
Handshake is an experiment which seeks to explore those new ways in which the necessary tools to build a more decentralized internet. Services on the internet have become more centralized beginning in the 1990s, but do not fulfill the original decentralized vision of the internet. Email became Gmail, usenet became reddit, blog replies became facebook and Medium, pingbacks became twitter, squid became Cloudflare, even gnutella became The Pirate Bay. Centralization exists because there is a need to manage spam, griefing, and sockpuppet/sybil attacks. Previous decentralized systems largely stopped working due to spam. If it were more costly to grief on the internet using decentralized systems, the need for trusted centralized corporations to manage these risks decrease. Internet services and platforms may benefit from building on top of a decentralized system which is specifically designed for resilience against sybil attacks.
As we may redecentralize.
distributed  protocol  opensource  web  cryptocurrency 
5 days ago by liqweed
Twitter
RT : The golden rule of groups:

If one person is , EVERYONE is remote. Doing otherwise marginalises…
remote  distributed  from twitter_favs
5 days ago by briantrice
Handshake
Decentralized certificate authority and naming
dns  security  decentralized  tools  blockchain  distributed  protocol  certificates 
5 days ago by geetarista
Planetary
"Social media that keeps you in control instead of corporations

Don’t you deserve a better social network?
Wouldn’t you rather have a social network that respected your privacy, resisted abuse and harassment, rewarded content creators and was open by default? We would too, that’s why we’re building the world’s first mainstream client for a truly distributed social network.

Here’s how we’re different

You own your content
Your posts belong to you. You choose how and when to share them, and can move to another app at any time

Control who you see
You only see posts from your friends and their friends, meaning it’s much harder for people to abuse or harass

There’s no advertising
We’re funded by providing services you actually want to pay for, not by selling your data or attention

We respect your privacy
We don’t collect loads of data on what you do. And there’s no central database to mine for data to sell

End-to-end encryption
Your private posts can only be seen by you and the people you send them to. Not even we can see them!

Naturally spam-resistant
Planetary only downloads content from your friends and their friends - it’s impossible for people to spam you

Works off the grid
In the wilderness? At a festival? Download posts and send yours out through peer to peer connections

Fully distributed
There’s no one big database where your posts are stored. You can connect to our relay servers or make your own

A public space
Like email or the web, Planetary is built on an open protocol that no one company can own

You can leave at any time
Don’t like Planetary? Pick up and take your identity, posts, and friends to another compatible app

Native transactions
Send money securely to friends and family or receive payments or donations for your work

Revenue for creators
Keep some posts back for paid subscribers. And you can choose precisely how much you want to charge

Built on the open ‘Scuttlebutt’ protocol
No one company should own the Internet’s public spaces, which is why we’re working with—and contributing back to—the open source Scuttlebutt project. Their core technologies let us recreate a social network experience, but in an open decentralized way that no one organisation can dominate."
socialmedia  privacy  decentralized  distributed  indieweb  social  alternative  planetary  scuttlebutt  offline  offgrid  transactions  via:robertogreco 
6 days ago by geekgirl397
Planetary
"Social media that keeps you in control instead of corporations

Don’t you deserve a better social network?
Wouldn’t you rather have a social network that respected your privacy, resisted abuse and harassment, rewarded content creators and was open by default? We would too, that’s why we’re building the world’s first mainstream client for a truly distributed social network.

Here’s how we’re different

You own your content
Your posts belong to you. You choose how and when to share them, and can move to another app at any time

Control who you see
You only see posts from your friends and their friends, meaning it’s much harder for people to abuse or harass

There’s no advertising
We’re funded by providing services you actually want to pay for, not by selling your data or attention

We respect your privacy
We don’t collect loads of data on what you do. And there’s no central database to mine for data to sell

End-to-end encryption
Your private posts can only be seen by you and the people you send them to. Not even we can see them!

Naturally spam-resistant
Planetary only downloads content from your friends and their friends - it’s impossible for people to spam you

Works off the grid
In the wilderness? At a festival? Download posts and send yours out through peer to peer connections

Fully distributed
There’s no one big database where your posts are stored. You can connect to our relay servers or make your own

A public space
Like email or the web, Planetary is built on an open protocol that no one company can own

You can leave at any time
Don’t like Planetary? Pick up and take your identity, posts, and friends to another compatible app

Native transactions
Send money securely to friends and family or receive payments or donations for your work

Revenue for creators
Keep some posts back for paid subscribers. And you can choose precisely how much you want to charge

Built on the open ‘Scuttlebutt’ protocol
No one company should own the Internet’s public spaces, which is why we’re working with—and contributing back to—the open source Scuttlebutt project. Their core technologies let us recreate a social network experience, but in an open decentralized way that no one organisation can dominate."
socialmedia  privacy  decentralized  distributed  indieweb  social  alternative  planetary  scuttlebutt  offline  offgrid  transactions 
6 days ago by robertogreco

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