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Cake day: Okt. 28, 2020


…but it does not federate with Lemmy and other platforms on the fediverse. Meh :(

Obviously you have to use the right binary…

Debian itself runs on ARM, RISC-V and many other architectures.

It’s called latency or (rarely) RTT, not “ping”, and network congestion is almost always the reason for such high values.

If anything, they will create a big amount of night traffic where tourists sleep in RVs/minivans while travelling and visit places during the day.

Can you please share details about this one?

Edit: if you are referring the following… it’s not RISC-V: https://hackaday.com/2022/04/01/mangopi-to-bring-a-sd-card-sized-linux-module/

You can also buy the Lichee RV and its dock, but it increased in price recently: https://www.aliexpress.com/item/1005003741287162.html

Details and installation instructions on https://wiki.debian.org/InstallingDebianOn/Sipeed/LicheeRV

I’m surprised the author did not mention NNTP, the protocol that ran the larges federated discussion system since 1986.

ActivityPub reinvented NNTP with less efficiency and very poor documentation.

You just described what Briar is designed to do: multi-hop over WiFi and Bluetooth.


Not if you use a distribution like Debian Stable.

That would only generate echo chambers. Instead, each user should see a personalized ranking of contents based on what they want and who they trust (and who their “friends” trust and so on).

https://briarproject.org/ should be the most voted option. It works without Internet connection and even peer-to-peer over bluetooth.

Anonimity is simply privacy regarding your identity.