We are building software tools to ease the access to distributed networks. Our focus is GNUnet (a secure, full replacement for the internet as we know it today) and software which makes use of it. The goal is to make this so easy to use that documentation is not necessary. A good sign that we achieved our goal is that you won't even notice that you are using GNUnet.
Our projects include:
- infotropique OS - A full operating system which applies our vision of making distributed networks more usable. This is the stripped down, minimal, core variant, intended for headless systems such as servers. Subprojects here include:working title
- infotropique LIVE - A persistent live operating system with a pre-selected choice of applications. Based on infotropique OS. We aim for easy and intuitive use. Subprojects here include:working title
These systems are currently work in progress, and we are looking for more people to help with the tasks around infotropique OS. The work on a first developers handbook has begun and should be finished within the next two months. Stay tuned for more.
Beyond that we are working on:
- documentation - Documentation, when it is required, is important to be understandable and up-to-date. This meta-project currently covers work related to documentation of software we make use of in the operating system and its flavors.
- Reproducible Affero License - A public draft of a license which extends the AGPL3 with an reproducibility section.
- fish-guix - Fish shell completions for GNU Guix.