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Description We made ourselves a GNU one, now it is time to explain

- how the GNU Internet works - why it is the answer - how to get started using it - how to adapt applications to operate in distributed thinking - how to get people onto the streets asking for an Internet upgrade - how to shut down the mass surveillance nightmare and get back to having fun again

Members Hellekin, LynX, Qbi
Projects create project
Self-organized Sessions Authority-free Onion Routing with BRAHMS, Comparing Architectures for a new Internet, EDN meets GNUnet and OpenWRT, How to do mail, social and secure multicast over GNUnet, Peering up the GNUnet for Datalove, Post-Quantum CADET, Progress on Taxable Anonymous Micropayment, Reproducible Linux distributed via GNUnet File Sharing, Stopping the Wild West Web, Tor Relay Operators Meetup, Tor Services using GNS, Wednesday Berlin YoubroketheGrill Chill Out
Subvillage of Village:La Quadrature du Camp
Related to village Village:CryptoParty, Village:Digitalcourage, Village:Free Software Foundation Europe, Village:Freifunk, Village:Italian Embassy
Tags noisysquare, gnunet, cjdns, netsukuku, maidsafe, ethereum
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Needs network 2) normal wired Villages describe network needs
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The situation is better than you would expect. We have several actually functional implementations of "GNU Internet" technology. We can get started creating an Internet which defies surveillance.