Earlier this year we embarked on some experiments with our IoT updater POC code with Fed4fire+.

@EC_NGI published a blog about the project.


Librecast has always hosted our own git repos, but we also maintain a public mirror separately at github.

Due to the post by @conservancy, we have decided to start the migration process of our code from github to @codeberg .

Our main library librecast is @ codeberg.org/librecast/libreca

But we have some other tools you can check out as well. All of course themed around .

When you realise that all communication on the Internet is group communication, makes sense.

Our Internet cannot scale to billions of nodes without thinking about designing our communications on it to work in a multicast not unicast way.

Hurray! We have made our own IPv6 router daemon. The codes available on github if anyone wants to take a peak.


Thanks to @NGIZero for funding this work.

We want to help to develop the . We believe that is an important component for this. But we aren't just focusing on the tech. We work on this because we believe democracy needs a fully functioning Internet that sees censorship as damage and can route around it.


Fed4fire+ has accepted our application for testing. 🎉🎉🎉🎉🎉 fed4fire.eu/opencalls/

Nice one Dentangle just joined a new community group at the W3C for multicast. Let's get out of the doldrums and helping to push forward !

The mission of the Multicast web community group is to enable multicast IP transport for web traffic to efficiently solve scalability problems in networking and web operations.

@dentangle 🔗 chaos.social/users/dentangle/s
Exciting news - the W3C Multicast Community Group was just launched today: w3.org/community/multicast/

We always like to think alot about . Although in this case perhaps some consultation of deepthought is required. 😏


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