Multichan seems like it would make great software for a tor network. The ground up federation integration means it could be impossible to shut down. Being text only would help keeping unethical (read: cp) content off, helping the moderation load. Are any other anons interested in this? I'd be willing to host a tor version that isn't federated with clearnet multichan if I could get a few anons to host ones also.
>I'd be willing to host a tor version that isn't federated with clearnet multichan if I could get a few anons to host ones also.
I'd host with you if I could.
It seems to me it wouldn't cost that much, pay with crypto to stay anonymous, etc. I'll do a little bit of research and come back to this thread with what I find.
It shouldn't be hard to run it in Tor, but spam may become a problem. Maybe per-post captcha..?
spam is free speech too
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honestly i wouldnt care about spam on a tor version.
what >>http://0chan.vip/2 said is a good idea tho
^ if you post me your chans in a copy pasteable format for the settings file i might manage to effortfully federate with yalls
note the same .onion also has an IRC @ 6667 and XMPP @ 5222
holy shit that's epic. I'll get on this later tonight. Who do you use to host the hidden service?
me screaming in your ears is free speech
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It looks like the tor node died. Should I set up another one? My main worries are spam and illegal content. When a tor user posts to a tor service, how is the IP logged? Does the network create a network address based on the user's pubkey? I have no clue how to do it safely.