So, we're still working on p2panda ( in total sloth-mode. Since more than a year, every Monday we meet in cosy discussing-variable-name-sessions where we teach Rust to each other and hack on p2panda as a tiny, growing mob.

This years festival started with a fork of HOFFNUNG 3000 🤩

"The Antiuniversity is an ongoing programme of self organised radical learning and mutual education events. It is a collaborative experiment to challenge academic and class hierarchy - in, outside and against existing institutional structures."

The started an adhoc online festival for all sorts of streamed events / shared doc jams and other online activities we can do together :workstation:

@liaizon and @320x200 do you know about anything similar to this in the fediverse?

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I've implemented a naive p2p system which can be both federated or fully decentralized, something in-between and maybe :

Added many comments in the source-code itself if you want to check it out.

The main ideas are:
* Not invent a new protocol but patch something together of great components
* Keypairs live in the clients, where messages get signed and then posted to the "home-server"
* Home servers are the actual nodes of the network, find each other and replicate data with each other
* All data is stored in append-only-logs of every managed key (
* Clients can be simple browser-based interfaces without any heavy crypto-crunching or file system access needs (which forces us to live in Electron etc.)
* .. still one could simply build a client which comes together with the Node itself

Happy to hear any comments/ideas or projects which already do something similar in this direction?

Thank you!! 🎈


Things im doing with friends (mostly in ):

protocol based on to run events ~

related gathering / concert space, come to our first session on 07/12 ~ 😀

ఽ Running and, both associations dealing with and alternative forms of

ఽ Releasing on and on

ఽ Playing ~

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