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I wonder which misinformation are we talking about here? The only misinformation that I know of is from the elected “officials”, the msm’s and the braindead that supports the covidhoax progaganda that they see on TV.

Btw where’s the flu go? Since the covidhoax showed up the flu disappeared. Disappeared with the logic as well!



Children born during pandemic have lower IQs, US study finds

They are 18 months maximum. This is ridiculous


Well in the Linux Foundation Board of Director’s there’s way too many evil, corrupted companies.

I cant trust what comes from these companies.



where is a list of the federated servers and how to find communities and use from them?

Thats the best part with federated stuff…


Nice. Thanks for sharing


  • Session is an end-to-end encrypted messenger that removes sensitive metadata collection. Designed for privacy and freedom.

  • Jami is a chat, voice and video messenger. All communications are peer-to-peer and end-to-end encrypted.

  • Tox is a chat, voice, video, and file transfer instant messaging client using the encrypted peer-to-peer Tox protocol.

  • I2PChat is a P2P end-to-end encrypted chat messenger over the anonymous I2P network.




Nice Thanks for sharing





Maybe there’s some here


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Nice! Thanks for sharing




COVID-19 breath test developed by Melbourne-based company likely key to reopening world
[greyscandetection.com](https://greyscandetection.com/) A company from Melbourne has developed a COVID-19 breath test that is said to be more accurate and faster than any other test currently available on the market, as seen on Friday. GreyScan is the manufacturer of portable devices used to detect explosives and has now adapted the technology to detect viruses. The breath test is non-invasive and goes much further than currently available forms of testing, as explained by GreyScan CEO Samantha Ollerton, "we can tell the difference between live virus, dead virus, and active virus, and also the infectivity of somebody that may be transmitting the virus." Ollerton went on to explain this test can "actually assess if somebody is going to be a risk, either passing through in an event or getting on an aeroplane, or pretty much any environment you can imagine." It can be done quickly and easily and she believes this is the best route back to normal life. GreyScan is now seeking government funding for mass manufacture of the test kit, which avoids false positives and negatives. This form of testing could be implemented

Now available: P2P multi-share I2P Sites. Users can now download and seed eepsites. (Both ends needs to run eepHttpd ) This serves simple static sites directly to i2p via the SAM API. eepHttpd is the easiest tool for hosting new sites on the I2P network from your own computer(As long as they are mostly static sites, for now). You start the application and it sets up a directory in a logical place on your system. It has some neat features to make your sites available to people who want it even when you aren't available to host it. Probably the most cool thing that it can do is that it can mirror most github pages as long as they are statica lly pre-generated. The I2P Site itself is actually just a clone of the github repository, making the act of mirroring the site also the act of mirroring the source code. If you have an account at i2pgit.org or git.idk.i2p then you should use this to self-host your gitlab pages. Use this for things You want to SHARE ANONYMOUSLY with a large audience, not for things you want to keep secret. This allows people to clone the site in order to mirror it.

Now available: P2P multi-share I2P Sites. Users can now download and seed eepsites. (Both ends needs to run eepHttpd ) This serves simple static sites directly to i2p via the SAM API. eepHttpd is the easiest tool for hosting new sites on the I2P network from your own computer(As long as they are mostly static sites, for now). You start the application and it sets up a directory in a logical place on your system. It has some neat features to make your sites available to people who want it even when you aren't available to host it. Probably the most cool thing that it can do is that it can mirror most github pages as long as they are statica lly pre-generated. The I2P Site itself is actually just a clone of the github repository, making the act of mirroring the site also the act of mirroring the source code. If you have an account at i2pgit.org or git.idk.i2p then you should use this to self-host your gitlab pages. Use this for things You want to SHARE ANONYMOUSLY with a large audience, not for things you want to keep secret. This allows people to clone the site in order to mirror it.

Broot is a file-manager with image preview
Perfect for the [KittyTerminal](https://github.com/kovidgoyal/kitty/) - open_preview: Hit ctrl→ when a file is selected and the preview panel appears. Preview text/image. - New feature: alt-c now mapped to the new :copy_line verb which, when in tree, puts the selected path in the clipboard and, when in text preview, puts the selected text line in the clipboard

Why MuWire
Previously posted on Reddit by the owner of MuWire. [Source](https://www.reddit.com/r/i2p/comments/jojh8l/why_muwire/) I wrote a short piece on why MuWire is needed and why I'm working on it. It is available [here](https://muwire.com/about.html) Some of the features mentioned (like messaging) are not released yet, but will be very soon. (Now available from v0.8.3) About MuWire MuWire is a file publishing and networking tool that protects the identity of its users by using I2P technology. Anyone with a desktop computer and an internet connection can create a unique anonymous online persona and publish information of any kind without fear of censorship or persecution. Users can then use their MuWire identities to publish files, search for files published by others, subscribe to each other’s publications and communicate through chat and messaging. Furthermore, users can establish trust-based relationship with each other where they assign a “trust level” to their contacts. Example use case An example use case is that of Alice, a whistle-blower that wishes to remain anonymous in order to publish sensitive material on an ongoing basis. She creates a MuWire identity (which cannot in any way be linked to her real-world identity) and uses it to distribute information. Alice adds the files containing the sensitive material to her MuWire library and leaves MuWire running. Bob is a journalist who does not know anything about Alice, but is interested in the type of material she publishes. Furthermore, Bob doesn’t want Alice to know his real-world identity either. He creates a MuWire identity and uses MuWire to search for relevant keywords. Alice’s MuWire node receives those queries and responds with results automatically. Bob then downloads the material from Alice’s MuWire node and verifies that it is genuine and of interest to him. Alice publishes regularly, so Bob subscribes to her publication feed and his MuWire node fetches automatically everything that Alice has made public. MuWire also offers mailbox messaging and chat functionality, so Bob can ask Alice for specific material and even have a real-time chat with her. The relationship between Alice and Bob is completely anonymous and neither party can learn more about the other without consent. Behind the scenes MuWire uses the I2P network which is known to work even during the strictest internet clampdowns in countries like China and Iran. The technology provides protection against Deep Packet Inspection firewalls and other tools used by state surveillance. From an outside observer the traffic that MuWire/I2P generates is indistinguishable from random static. Motivation My motivation for creating MuWire is to enable every human being to share information without fear. MuWire is just a tool, use it for good!
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Why MuWire
Previously posted on Reddit by the owner of MuWire. [Source](https://www.reddit.com/r/i2p/comments/jojh8l/why_muwire/) I wrote a short piece on why MuWire is needed and why I'm working on it. It is available [here](https://muwire.com/about.html) Some of the features mentioned (like messaging) are not released yet, but will be very soon. (Now available from v0.8.3) About MuWire MuWire is a file publishing and networking tool that protects the identity of its users by using I2P technology. Anyone with a desktop computer and an internet connection can create a unique anonymous online persona and publish information of any kind without fear of censorship or persecution. Users can then use their MuWire identities to publish files, search for files published by others, subscribe to each other’s publications and communicate through chat and messaging. Furthermore, users can establish trust-based relationship with each other where they assign a “trust level” to their contacts. Example use case An example use case is that of Alice, a whistle-blower that wishes to remain anonymous in order to publish sensitive material on an ongoing basis. She creates a MuWire identity (which cannot in any way be linked to her real-world identity) and uses it to distribute information. Alice adds the files containing the sensitive material to her MuWire library and leaves MuWire running. Bob is a journalist who does not know anything about Alice, but is interested in the type of material she publishes. Furthermore, Bob doesn’t want Alice to know his real-world identity either. He creates a MuWire identity and uses MuWire to search for relevant keywords. Alice’s MuWire node receives those queries and responds with results automatically. Bob then downloads the material from Alice’s MuWire node and verifies that it is genuine and of interest to him. Alice publishes regularly, so Bob subscribes to her publication feed and his MuWire node fetches automatically everything that Alice has made public. MuWire also offers mailbox messaging and chat functionality, so Bob can ask Alice for specific material and even have a real-time chat with her. The relationship between Alice and Bob is completely anonymous and neither party can learn more about the other without consent. Behind the scenes MuWire uses the I2P network which is known to work even during the strictest internet clampdowns in countries like China and Iran. The technology provides protection against Deep Packet Inspection firewalls and other tools used by state surveillance. From an outside observer the traffic that MuWire/I2P generates is indistinguishable from random static. Motivation My motivation for creating MuWire is to enable every human being to share information without fear. MuWire is just a tool, use it for good!
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Why MuWire
Previously posted on Reddit by the owner of MuWire. [Source](https://www.reddit.com/r/i2p/comments/jojh8l/why_muwire/) I wrote a short piece on why MuWire is needed and why I'm working on it. It is available [here](https://muwire.com/about.html) Some of the features mentioned (like messaging) are not released yet, but will be very soon. (Now available from v0.8.3) About MuWire MuWire is a file publishing and networking tool that protects the identity of its users by using I2P technology. Anyone with a desktop computer and an internet connection can create a unique anonymous online persona and publish information of any kind without fear of censorship or persecution. Users can then use their MuWire identities to publish files, search for files published by others, subscribe to each other’s publications and communicate through chat and messaging. Furthermore, users can establish trust-based relationship with each other where they assign a “trust level” to their contacts. Example use case An example use case is that of Alice, a whistle-blower that wishes to remain anonymous in order to publish sensitive material on an ongoing basis. She creates a MuWire identity (which cannot in any way be linked to her real-world identity) and uses it to distribute information. Alice adds the files containing the sensitive material to her MuWire library and leaves MuWire running. Bob is a journalist who does not know anything about Alice, but is interested in the type of material she publishes. Furthermore, Bob doesn’t want Alice to know his real-world identity either. He creates a MuWire identity and uses MuWire to search for relevant keywords. Alice’s MuWire node receives those queries and responds with results automatically. Bob then downloads the material from Alice’s MuWire node and verifies that it is genuine and of interest to him. Alice publishes regularly, so Bob subscribes to her publication feed and his MuWire node fetches automatically everything that Alice has made public. MuWire also offers mailbox messaging and chat functionality, so Bob can ask Alice for specific material and even have a real-time chat with her. The relationship between Alice and Bob is completely anonymous and neither party can learn more about the other without consent. Behind the scenes MuWire uses the I2P network which is known to work even during the strictest internet clampdowns in countries like China and Iran. The technology provides protection against Deep Packet Inspection firewalls and other tools used by state surveillance. From an outside observer the traffic that MuWire/I2P generates is indistinguishable from random static. Motivation My motivation for creating MuWire is to enable every human being to share information without fear. MuWire is just a tool, use it for good!
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Why MuWire
Previously posted on Reddit by the owner of MuWire. [Source](https://www.reddit.com/r/i2p/comments/jojh8l/why_muwire/) I wrote a short piece on why MuWire is needed and why I'm working on it. It is available [here](https://muwire.com/about.html) Some of the features mentioned (like messaging) are not released yet, but will be very soon. (Now available from v0.8.3) About MuWire MuWire is a file publishing and networking tool that protects the identity of its users by using I2P technology. Anyone with a desktop computer and an internet connection can create a unique anonymous online persona and publish information of any kind without fear of censorship or persecution. Users can then use their MuWire identities to publish files, search for files published by others, subscribe to each other’s publications and communicate through chat and messaging. Furthermore, users can establish trust-based relationship with each other where they assign a “trust level” to their contacts. Example use case An example use case is that of Alice, a whistle-blower that wishes to remain anonymous in order to publish sensitive material on an ongoing basis. She creates a MuWire identity (which cannot in any way be linked to her real-world identity) and uses it to distribute information. Alice adds the files containing the sensitive material to her MuWire library and leaves MuWire running. Bob is a journalist who does not know anything about Alice, but is interested in the type of material she publishes. Furthermore, Bob doesn’t want Alice to know his real-world identity either. He creates a MuWire identity and uses MuWire to search for relevant keywords. Alice’s MuWire node receives those queries and responds with results automatically. Bob then downloads the material from Alice’s MuWire node and verifies that it is genuine and of interest to him. Alice publishes regularly, so Bob subscribes to her publication feed and his MuWire node fetches automatically everything that Alice has made public. MuWire also offers mailbox messaging and chat functionality, so Bob can ask Alice for specific material and even have a real-time chat with her. The relationship between Alice and Bob is completely anonymous and neither party can learn more about the other without consent. Behind the scenes MuWire uses the I2P network which is known to work even during the strictest internet clampdowns in countries like China and Iran. The technology provides protection against Deep Packet Inspection firewalls and other tools used by state surveillance. From an outside observer the traffic that MuWire/I2P generates is indistinguishable from random static. Motivation My motivation for creating MuWire is to enable every human being to share information without fear. MuWire is just a tool, use it for good!
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Why MuWire

MuWire - Easy Anonymous File-Sharing and Chat System
MuWire is an easy to use file-sharing program which offers anonymity using I2P technology. It works on any platform Java works on, including Windows, MacOS, Linux, Rapsberry Pi. The current stable release - 0.7.7 is available for download at https://muwire.com. The latest plugin build and instructions how to install the plugin are available inside I2P at http://muwire.i2p. You can chat with other MuWire users anonymously through the MuWire chat system. It is very similar to IRC.

MuWire - Easy Anonymous File-Sharing and Chat System
MuWire is an easy to use file-sharing program which offers anonymity using I2P technology. It works on any platform Java works on, including Windows, MacOS, Linux, Rapsberry Pi. The current stable release - 0.7.7 is available for download at https://muwire.com. The latest plugin build and instructions how to install the plugin are available inside I2P at http://muwire.i2p. You can chat with other MuWire users anonymously through the MuWire chat system. It is very similar to IRC.

MuWire - Easy Anonymous File-Sharing and Chat System
MuWire is an easy to use file-sharing program which offers anonymity using I2P technology. It works on any platform Java works on, including Windows, MacOS, Linux, Rapsberry Pi. The current stable release - 0.7.7 is available for download at https://muwire.com. The latest plugin build and instructions how to install the plugin are available inside I2P at http://muwire.i2p. You can chat with other MuWire users anonymously through the MuWire chat system. It is very similar to IRC.

MuWire - Easy Anonymous File-Sharing and Chat System
MuWire is an easy to use file-sharing program which offers anonymity using I2P technology. It works on any platform Java works on, including Windows, MacOS, Linux, Rapsberry Pi. The current stable release - 0.7.7 is available for download at https://muwire.com. The latest plugin build and instructions how to install the plugin are available inside I2P at http://muwire.i2p. You can chat with other MuWire users anonymously through the MuWire chat system. It is very similar to IRC.

MuWire - Easy Anonymous File-Sharing and Chat System
MuWire is an easy to use file-sharing program which offers anonymity using I2P technology. It works on any platform Java works on, including Windows, MacOS, Linux, Rapsberry Pi. The current stable release - 0.7.7 is available for download at https://muwire.com. The latest plugin build and instructions how to install the plugin are available inside I2P at http://muwire.i2p. You can chat with other MuWire users anonymously through the MuWire chat system. It is very similar to IRC.