Freenet is a peer-to-peer network designed to allow the distribution of information over the Internet in an efficient manner, without fear of censorship. It is completely decentralized (there is no person or computer essential to its operation), meaning that Freenet cannot be attacked like centralized peer-to-peer systems such as Napster. Freenet also employs intelligent routing and caching to learn to route requests more efficiently, automatically mirror popular data, make network flooding almost impossible, and move data to where it is in greatest demand.
QuickCMS is a Web-based content management system in the spirit of WikiWiki but with some important differences from other WikiWiki implementations. All content is edited using standard HTML, and adminstrators can add PHP code within pages. It is designed to have the features most people need, while avoiding feature-bloat.
Dijjer is a peer-to-peer HTTP cache, designed to allow the distribution of large files from Web servers while virtually eliminating the bandwidth cost to the file's publisher. Dijjer is designed to be simple, elegant, and to cleanly integrate with existing applications where possible. Dijjer uses "UDP hole punching" to allow it to operate from behind firewalls without any need for manual reconfiguration. Dijjer's distributed and scalable content distribution algorithm is inspired by Freenet.
Re: Bad attitude
I don't understand why you bothered to paste that
paragraph since nobody is questioning whether you have the
legal right, under the terms of the GPL, to refuse to help
your users with problems.
The fact that you do refuse to help your users is a good
reason for users to think twice before using your software,
hence my warning.
The tone of your responses here only reinforce my opinion
that you have a serious attitude problem, judging by other
comments here, I am not alone.
From the website:
"DO NOT E-MAIL ME WITH QUESTIONS, REQUESTS FOR HELP, OR REQUESTS FOR TECHNICAL SUPPORT REGARDING ANY OF THE SOFTWARE ON THIS SITE: NO EXCEPTIONS."
The author of this software seems to be pretty contemptuous of his users :-/