This page contains the IPFS hashs to some of my favorite content uploaded to the IPFS network.
It's important to syndicate the Wikileaks data trove so that the information isn't lost or censored. Find out more on the Wikileaks blog post.
My Code Repositories
These are developer tools that I've created to help with publishing content via the IPFS network and Bitcoin Cash (BCH) blockchain.
- gatsby-ipfs-boilerplate - ipfs://QmSvmWaRFZp9psEfA5BaVpVR7MKJUtwdoWnN2Qq6PKXTXL this is the 'front end' website template used to create this site. You can fork it to create your own website. It includes all the prerequisites for syndicating your site over the IPFS network.
- koa-ipfs-blog - ipfs://QmRwjPXtMryZ1AtBNPxxZsRP6JUELEtbB1Xj8BBUCAZWWc - is the 'back end' web server running on the Raspberry Pi pictured above (Here is a version for the Raspberry Pi). It serves the content in a conventional way, but also syndicates it over the IPFS and Tor networks.
- koa-ipfs-blog-rpi - ipfs://QmQWP8vU41d5oJqumXSyS6K3xMisaM6bu4y7zm8HadM7LQ - the Raspberry Pi version of the above koa-ipfs-blog.
- memo-push - ipfs://QmQzDgSPupJVYUGiE618dmgsDXDDtSSvGkspghwPZYhZRX - a tool used to publish the IPFS link on the Bitcoin Cash blockchain, using the Memo.cash protocol. It's important to note that Memo.cash is just a site. The data can be accessed directly off the BCH blockchain.
- koa-api-boilerplate - ipfs://QmbjdanjWhkvjGH3n8ycGdkg41kNAwY4Dpus1vCvGu4DZP - A 'boilerplate' is a code template that provides all the basic functionality needed to start a new project. This is the boilerplate that I use any time I need to create a back end REST API for some new app. It uses koa, which is the 'spiritual successor' of express.js. I've added new features over the last couple years, and a lot of other projects are forked from this repository.