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Ask HN: Those making $0/month or less on side projects – Show and tell
95 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 27 Jan 2023
it sounds a lot like you're reinventing what Beaker Browser had built on top of DAT, except that it could do more. For example, they made a distributed Twitter clone as a proof of concept, but folks actually started using it. Definitely included blogging stuff.
Really cool stuff around taking sites and things other folks had built and using them as a basis for your new thing.
5 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 23 Jan 2023
As a long time patchwork user —April 2017 for the win…— that just recently quit, I could see how the multitude of half finished clients, deprecated functionality would get to that outcome.
SSB is dead, other than the few trying to make a go financially at it, via either crowdfunding, NLnet grants, or VC.
I've reverted to Web 1.0 blogging, with none of the bs that is consistent with using a archived client, focus on trying to fit a database into a mobile app — without regard to front end functionality.
> When I look at Beaker, I think it was probably 50% easy. The initial demo took 2 weeks: 20%. It was a full website editor in about 2 months: 30%. The feedback was great: 50%. The users didn't stick: 50%. We got invited to talks which increased exposure: 51%. A few niche communities took an interest: 53%. Folks liked it enough to donate via OpenCollective and Patreon: 54%. You get the idea. Notably absent is "usage and retention went through the roof: 80%" and then "usage continued to grow for years: 100%."
Everything that pfrazee wrote here about Beaker Browser at https://github.com/beakerbrowser/beaker/blob/master/archive-... is true for ssb.
Beaker Browser is now archived
5 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 27 Dec 2022
I'm sad to see this go, a remnant of another web which could have been. I actually spent a lot of time playing with Beaker and hacking it up for my own purposes.
We actually had a discussion a few years ago where I made a suggestion about change to the default behavior. At the time, you made a perfectly valid response and declined my suggestion, but I'm curious if your thinking is the same today, given how things played out: https://github.com/beakerbrowser/beaker/issues/14445 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 27 Dec 2022
6 projects | reddit.com/r/solarpunk | 21 Aug 2022
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4 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 4 Aug 2022
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Beaker Browser https://beakerbrowser.com/ seems dead, loved the concept but it's no longer updated
Now that you've asked, nope, didn't found anything with a clear future on the "Web3" side of the internet. Vast majority make use of crypto/blockchain and IMHO blockchain is anything but not decentralization.
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2 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 4 May 2022
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Just thought i'd jump in with a couple cool projects I have heard of recently that may interest you (i'm not affiliated in any way, just think they are cool):
Mozilla’s Vision for the Evolution of the Web
4 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 23 Mar 2022
Totally! Unfortunately, last I heard, Beaker was dead:4 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 23 Mar 2022
> Why not give every user a base URL for their personal site, and serve pages under it directly from the browser running on their computer?
Your description reminds me of Beaker, the "peer-to-peer Web browser".
I feel like Mozilla could do more to fund and otherwise support/promote such efforts for re-decentralizing the web, to bring the power balance back to the user.
A note from our sponsor - Appwrite
appwrite.io | 27 Mar 2023
beakerbrowser/beaker is an open source project licensed under MIT License which is an OSI approved license.