A distributed, serverless, peer-to-peer chat application on IPFS.
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No work is currently being done in this repository.
NOTE! Orbit is still more or less experimental. It means Orbit is currently not secure, APIs will change and clients can break over time. If you come across problems, it would help greatly to open issues so that we can fix them as quickly as possible.
Orbit chat application for the browsers.
A desktop version of the Orbit chat application that can be run as a stand-alone app in OSX and Linux. We're currently working on Windows support.
A prototype of a terminal client.
Orbit is intended to be embeddable in applications.
A serverless, p2p database built on IPFS. Orbit uses
orbit-db to have a database for each channel in the chat network.
A new peer-to-peer hypermedia protocol. Orbit uses IPFS as its data storage and libp2p to handle all the p2p networking.
We would be happy to accept PRs! If you want to work on something, it'd be good to talk beforehand to make sure nobody else is working on it. You can reach us on on Gitter, or in the comments of the issues section. At the moment, progress in this particular repo is on hold. PRs are unlikely to be merged, and the issues are a bit stale.
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For specific guidelines for contributing to this repository, check out the Contributing guide. For more on contributing to OrbitDB in general, take a look at the @OrbitDB welcome repository. Please note that all interactions in @OrbitDB fall under our Code of Conduct.
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