a project I've been working on is going live this evening- 7pm BST. It's a p2p exhibition featuring new commissions from 12 amazing artists.
It's accessed over hyper:// and for the start this evening each of the artists is going to be the single host of one of the other artists works. You navigate around the works like a web ring moving between the different hosts. It has been a really joyful project, exploring a different protocol with a wonderful group of artists and orgs. Would love to know what fellow LURKers make of it if you get a chance to visit.
@ghostglyph @raphael this is cool! good thing i'm up in the middle of the night here in nyc. i was just showing beaker browser to my students this week and then noticed that they've stopped working on in september and announced they're moving on. sad.
i am now thinking maybe i should try 'curating' an exhibit as a webring (gem-ring?) on gemini.
@ghostglyph May I suggest to make static HTML and videos copies. This is all I got from my Beaker 1 collaborative netart project https://peertube.swrs.net/videos/watch/02be8529-46c9-4002-9019-844b18594dca
I really like the fragile aspect of carefulnetworks tho.
@ghostglyph Two of dat:// projects I initiated are totally dead now. Months of work lost in the network’s abyss ⚓
@raphael yes, we're going to put them as an 'archive' on the html project website in a couple of weeks. The fragility of it is really important to the p2p experience but we're definitely keen to archive it in some way.
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