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After much time watching the development elsewhere, it clearly shows that anonymity and distributed networking will never work efficiently enough together to bare a live stream.
Mon, 14 Jul 2003 17:20:12 -0000
July 14th, 2003 marks the debut of the Invisible Stream Project, as SF.net gratiously accepted it. It also mark a milestone in the Internet Free Speech history as it will give means to broadcast an anonymous, encrypted and decentralised audio stream or any other stream, to everyone. But the project needs volunteers.
It is not a true fresh start since ISP will be a layer inside an IIP (http://www.invisblenet.net/) network, which is the encryption and anonymity needed. The development needs are at the distributive networking level. IIP being built in C modules, the project mainly needs C developers but if you feel you can contribute in another way, the door is open.
How to become a volunteer? First, you need an account in SourceForge.net. Then, contact me https://sourceforge.net/users/drvince/ with your SF.net account and tell me briefly how you want to volunteer to the project.
Freedom is an aspiring and rewarding word. Keeping that in mind, I hope to hear from you, from support messages in our forums to volunteers applications.
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