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  • Reticulum

    The cryptography-based networking stack for building unstoppable networks with LoRa, Packet Radio, WiFi and everything in between.

    So in 2014 I set out to do build that system. Well, it's been a while, and while it is by no means perfect, the Reticulum Network Stack now exists, and it does exactly that. It allows you to build networks over LoRa or Packet Radio, WiFi or fiber optics (or anything actually), and to connect those networks together.

  • cryptography

    cryptography is a package designed to expose cryptographic primitives and recipes to Python developers.

    Ah, and sorry, I forgot, I don't use any third party libs for the networking. It's all from scratch to be as efficient as possible, and usable over low-bandwidth links. I used a library for fetching network card details when using physical ethernet devices as interfaces, and I used the very well-regarde cryptography.io library for the cryptographic primitives that I use in the implementation.

  • Sonar

    Write Clean Python Code. Always.. Sonar helps you commit clean code every time. With over 225 unique rules to find Python bugs, code smells & vulnerabilities, Sonar finds the issues while you focus on the work.

  • wikipedia-mirror

    🌐 Guide and tools to run a full offline mirror of Wikipedia.org with three different approaches: Nginx caching proxy, Kiwix + ZIM dump, and MediaWiki/XOWA + XML dump

    Haha well good news is that if you have a Wikipedia Mirror (they have instructions here -> https://github.com/pirate/wikipedia-mirror) it’s continually syncing with Wikipedia as a whole so if/when SHTF your copy of Wikipedia will be up to date as of the moment there’s power loss 👌, from there using u/UnsignedMark ’s concept network you / others could keep Wikipedia going pending only electricity. On that note SCADA + Solar Panels go brrr hahahaha

  • wrolpi

    WROLPi: Create your own off-grid library

    A prepper posted about WROLPi a few weeks back. It's not exactly the same but has some interesting features.

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