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This page will one day provide informations about how to make (and run) a Blog with I2P. Please read paragraph "Careful preparation is essential for success" for introduction.


Technical informations about WWW hosting inside I2P[Bearbeiten]

Main article: EepsiteHosting


Technical informations about Blogging into I2P[Bearbeiten]

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WOT forums softwares as alternatives to HTTP Blogs[Bearbeiten]

Not everyone needs their own HTTPD server or is not interested in the sometimes time-consuming maintenance of a mature CMS. So-called Web Of Trust forums are available for occasional blogging. The best known are Syndie or Aktie.

Pros[Bearbeiten]

  • Your Blog is readable/writable 24/24, even if your computer (or your I2P connection) is down.
  • If you leave I2P or give up your blog, it will still be available in the next years (to the readers and to you).
  • Some WOT forums softwares can also work as a private mailboxes, your readers can write public or private comments (and receive your messages).
  • No security risk for your computer to be hacked (because no HTTP server).
  • Syndie allows your forum to be readable from multiple darknets (I2P, Tor, Freenet, ...).
  • Distributed design makes harder to know who operates the blog.

Cons[Bearbeiten]

  • Need to learn a WOT forums software.
  • Visitors must use the WOT software that you have chosen in order to access it.
  • You can not use themes to graphically design your blog (however: Syndie allows to attach pictures, Aktie allows to add two arbitrary files as attachment and preview).
  • No hit counter possible. You can not know if people read your posts.
  • The content is distributed, if the encryption is broken, all the content might become readable.
  • Everybody, also visitors, has to download all the forums of interest.
  • If you leave I2P or give up your blog, it will still be available in the next years.
  • Your forum is readable from other darknets like Tor.


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