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Netsukuku is a P2P network system designed to handle a large number of nodes with minimal CPU and memory resources. It can be easily used to build a worldwide distributed and not controlled network without the support of any ISPs or authority controls.

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    The project is in Alpha, It has been in a bit of haitus the past year. Luca will be returning in a few weeks, I have done a lot to bring the community back. We have begun tests with netsukuku, Such as over VPNs such as tinc. I have created other pages for netsukuku, Such as these www.facebook com/Netsukuku www.reddit com/r/netsukuku/new/ A few people are learning to program so they can contribute to netsukuku, And I am always on the look out for more devs who can readily contribute as well. If anyone reading this can code, Or wants to learn, Please contact me. I, And others have plans for testing the full complicity of the current implementation of netsukuku. We will use all of the features that have been written, We will try to create an actual network. We have been talking about electing a computer/router to be a perm/semi-perm node as well. Netsukuku will never die, We will get there, One step at a time.

    Posted 07/16/2013
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    we need p2p internet now! this kind of independence could save the free internet. what's happening with this project?

    Posted 03/04/2012
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Intended Audience

Information Technology, System Administrators, Developers, End Users/Desktop

User Interface

Non-interactive (Daemon)

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