Autonomous Digital Archives Network
The IT infrastructure of our civilization is largely centralized and addicted to electricity and human services. And we, as humans, are very addicted to IT-infrastructure. We believe that based on the technology of moving electromagnetic signals one can not only build techno-totalitarianism, but also an ecosystem of free software. We want to reduce our addiction to a centralized IT infrastructure by creating de-centralized and local alternatives of those parts of infrastructure that we want to keep. We started with the most important functions from our point - exchange (and storage) of knowledge (and information).

Now we grow a worldwide distributed network of microservers with instant messenger and digital archive, which in case of disconnection of the external Internet will continue to work locally in their communities.

There are two modes of functioning of this network.
- In a situation of a working external Internet (as it is now): you communicate with each other inside the community in a secure messenger and store files on your own server. At the same time, save some files to the part of the server reserved for the digital archive. These are the files with the information that you have chosen to save. The selection of such information may be regular formalized or even ritualized community practice. At certain specified intervals, community representatives with microservers synchronize their digital archives.
- In a situation of disconnecting the external Internet: communities lose their connection with each other, but inside the community you can still communicate with each other. You will not lose access to your files. And you have access to the knowledge stored in the digital archive, you can use it yourself and share it with others, because now it depends on you what from the past will be in future! We have already begun to create an ecosystem of such microservers. They are located in different countries with members of our community.

Here you can find a map of this network.
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Project team
Igor Trapeznikov
Neuroscientist, cyborg and aicoder. "vOICe sound vision" team leader. IT, energy and communication autonomous systems researcher.
Masha Ru
PhD in Mathematical Image Analysis, founder of the Museum of Edible Earth.
Peter Levich
Founder of Future Foundation. Monk of Technoashram.