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Peer Freedom


Peer Freedom is a movement that promotes Internet freedom by decentralization, and provides tools to support usage and development of new peer-to-peer networks.

  • promotion of cypherpunk topics: free information, freedom of speech and expression, protection from censorship
  • support of practical cypherpunk freedom: own finances (Bitcoin), own Internet (meshnets), own systems and hardware, DIY devices
  • servers and services for our community and for others - email, peertube
  • creating code, developing
    • including C++ PFP library for general p2p like programs


We do not really need CoC, rules are simple:

1. All that matters is merit.

2. We are all adults. Capable of having adult discussions (like among friends, relaxing in a nice 1990's bar). In virtual-reality /ignore works for most things, usually only spam, doxing or threats call for more.

3. We don't know who you are. In fact, we don't care, so don't tell us.

This is a modified version of No Code of Conduct




  • C++ developer - use proper linker settings Cpp/Linker
  • C++ developer - other topics in Cpp/Card

For Developers


Supporting PR

  • Demo_making - how to create video, demonstrations, of your programs, of our tools

Bitcoin topics


Linux shell, SSH, VM tips

Linux networking

Debian tips

Firefox tips

Postfix tips

External bugs

  • Extbug - report here bugs that we found in OTHER projects (EXTernal BUGs)


  • Gitlab - things connected with GitLab


  • Cygwin - main POSIX command line
  • MinGW - main compiler collection

This wiki

  • Wiki - about hints, administration, etc for using Wiki systems - mostly MediaWiki, for eg. how to enable syntax highlighting for source code

Consult the User's Guide for information on using the wiki software.


  • Machine - various Machines (laptops, PCs) - ways to repair them, mod them, secure them (electronical)


  • Mumble - about proper using our main voice communicator
  • Signal - about proper using our main mobile communicator
  • Plumble - about proper using our secondary mobile voice communicator


Quick QA

List of suggested places, where to find answer:

  • IRC (by Xchat):