[ / / / / / / / / / / / / / ] [ dir / agatha2 / builders / fast / film / gcc / hisrol / loomis / pdfs ]

/ipfs/ - IPFS

The Distributed Permanent Web

Catalog

Winner of the 68rd Attention-Hungry Games
/d/ - Home of Headswap and Detachable Girl Threads

January 2019 - 8chan Transparency Report
Name
Email
Subject
Comment *
File *
Password (Randomized for file and post deletion; you may also set your own.)
* = required field[▶ Show post options & limits]
Confused? See the FAQ.
Options

Allowed file types:jpg, jpeg, gif, png, webm, mp4, pdf
Max filesize is 16 MB.
Max image dimensions are 15000 x 15000.
You may upload 5 per post.


| What is IPFS? | Documentation |
IRC on Rizon: #/ipfs/

File: 2f6838dbc77b6e1⋯.png (218.73 KB, 512x512, 1:1, ipfs.png)

 No.8[Reply]

Welcome to /ipfs/, a board dedicated to the discussion of the InterPlanetary File System.

What is it?

InterPlanetary File System (IPFS) is a protocol and network designed to create a content-addressable, peer-to-peer method of storing and sharing hypermedia in a distributed file system. Basically, IPFS aims to create a network that functions like a big BitTorrent swarm, where you add and retrieve files in the network based on their hash. Peers in the network serve you the file using IPFS's own Bitswap P2P protocol. Every node (peer) in the network has the ability to 'pin' or locally save content from other users.

Why have a board?

Over the years, different types of network layers, routing schemes, and protocols have attempted to offer alternatives to the current web. IPFS is no different. Hopefully this board can be used so that anons interested in the state of the web can make a difference; whether it be through contributing to IPFS directly, hosting content on the network, creating software over IPFS, sharing ideas, or talking about alternatives.

Rules and Stuff

0. Follow 8chan global rules

1. Discussion about other networks and protocols is welcome (e.g. ZeroNet, I2P)

Useful Links

https://ipfs.io - Main site. All you need to get started is in here.

https://github.com/ipfs/ipfs - The Github Repo.

https://discuss.ipfs.io/ - IPFS discussion forum, mostly support.

irc.rizon.net #/ipfs/ - The irc channel for this board.

Post last edited at


File: d910e0853b6121d⋯.gif (1.67 MB, 500x400, 5:4, 3uF4qFF.gif)

 No.1[Reply]

Post your finds from the network

Posts should include the hash, as well a short description of what it is

5 posts and 4 image replies omitted. Click reply to view.

 No.30

Touhou: /ipfs/Qmc9ritHTbf4nzNo4kE1ezuaY8fTR22q4G2hPLJB5Si3Q7

Toaru Kagaku no Railgun: /ipfs/QmbCW35reZKktWUrg63hEALZC9WubysDyQZAVpnpwmmH92

Evangelion: /ipfs/QmYofmy26TZs4j6Mso5wAzGLLe9i5f9qmMB2eFPrXspbRm


 No.34

Genki: An Integrated Course in Elementary Japanese

QmYuXEagrBUmxNvJd4NsAzzqfQEPA3UtcXoQhZTUydhCzN

If anyone would like to learn nip, here's a good book on how to.


 No.35

>>34

I should mention that the book also contains sound clips for all the lessons, in case anyone gets noided by the 1GB file size.


 No.42

File: 6629fb81e30f18c⋯.png (123.71 KB, 797x591, 797:591, jscrdtipfs.png)

/ipfs/zdj7Wbyp3bzPq7Ap5EyaDFZDdwF2H388abhVfb6H4dCsv6nv6/

Works well as a decentralized hash list.


 No.43

$ ipfs cat QmaG1dnV4kHZUFWDEgUFqJETHLNV11XGnYFKPRbfdahJA6
Error: merkledag: not found
user@mx:~/Desktop
$ ipfs cat QmYbbRjxe8cD7FdCtbP1EzA8MY8Qy4PgYJUNsKk1QGoVpZ
Error: merkledag: not found
user@mx:~/Desktop
$ ipfs cat /ipns/QmUkcA1EfgP6pWMDF4nDNNqXFKfaGgCfRM4vMLgsn3ZKVq
Error: datastore: key not found
user@mx:~/Desktop
$

wtf am I doing wrong? I can't view the files




File: b575d49c1e5f88b⋯.jpg (1.25 MB, 1500x1972, 375:493, Athena.jpg)

 No.9[Reply]

As we all know, we need IPFS file index sites like what bittorrent has. Eventually I might make a python GUI/CLI program for creating torrents and IPFS hashes (don't expect anything soon). I need a desktop GUI wrapper for people to submit content to the decentralized index I designed.

It uses bitmessage as a submission method and IPFS for database syncing. The content is completely separated from any frontend. Anyone can spin up or shut down frontends locally or publicly hosted on a VPS. The only thing that has to stay up is the admin's bitmessage monitoring/publishing program. Since new submissions and the database doesn't depend on IP addresses, and bitmessage messages stay in the network for days, it can be hosted from any computer and can hop from computer to computer with very little impact on the system. One of the goals is to function in an IP address independent way.

For the database I initially thought of using a blockchain to sync the data. Then I realized a few spammers could irreversibly (besides hard forking) bloat the chain to inconvenient sizes. Plus I couldn't deal with deleting real illegal stuff like cp which would be a big problem. Then I turned to IPNS. Each new submission through bitmessage would be a new self describing JSON object file. This has the advantage that all previously synced users would still be sharing all previous content even when the database changes. The admin can also delete JSON records and sync that with peers. For this, peers will have to run a sync script that periodically (every 5 or 10 minutes) checks for an updated address from IPNS. The script would use `ipfs ls` to compare the previous sync's content to the current content using diff and would download/pin/remove/delete files accordingly. This creates a distributed one-way sync using IPFS. The coolest part though is that the program would also convert and insert or delete the synced JSON records into SQLlite (or any other SQL DB) so it can be easily used from any program, like a web frontend. Of course everything would be modular to support multiple databases and frontends.

So there are three components to the system. First, the desktop GUI/CLI that uses bitmessage and IPFS (they would be started as daemons and accessed through their APIs) that allowsPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

15 posts omitted. Click reply to view.

 No.28


 No.29

>>9

Any updates?


 No.33

Bumping this, also interested in any updates


 No.39

>>10

>Frontends could even combine multiple SQLite databases to combine content from multiple indexes.

These would function as repos, correct?


 No.41

just fork qbittorrent and add a new button to import and download ipfs hash

then I can have my torrents and ipfs in the same client




File: 0a6e48d9d299c7f⋯.png (63.59 KB, 1024x1024, 1:1, IPFS.png)

 No.37[Reply]

not sure if people actually check this place anymore, but i've made a channel on telegram specifically for the discussion of IPFS

https://t.me/infinity_ipfs

i might make a group chat to go along with the channel as well

 No.40

the link is now t.me/ipfs_unofficial




File: 386eb496b6fdfe3⋯.jpg (51.01 KB, 720x405, 16:9, Dark_03.jpg)

 No.31[Reply]

I understand that it hasn't been implemented yet, but is it definitely possible to have IPFS work over I2P?

Could it work seemlessly with the clearnet (for example: I2P user ←> Clearnet user) or would they have to be two distinct modes?

 No.36

It has been implemented, read the fucking manual, relevant commentary, archives, etc., etc….




File: 7dba076903ef6ce⋯.gif (1 MB, 386x304, 193:152, Think it Over.gif)

 No.13[Reply]

Ipfsmin, is there an IRC channel where we can congregate and chat on a more informal basis?

 No.16

>>13

Hey, that's a pretty good idea. I've made a channel on Rizon: #/ipfs/

I'll add it to the board header and sticky so people can find it. If anyone has any suggestions for changes to the channel feel free to post them here or on the channel itself.

>tfw you fuck up your BO tag

Post last edited at

 No.32

FUCKING BASED!




Delete Post [ ]
[]
Previous [1] Next | Catalog | Nerve Center | Cancer
[ / / / / / / / / / / / / / ] [ dir / agatha2 / builders / fast / film / gcc / hisrol / loomis / pdfs ]