[Ninux-Wireless] Decentralized internet

Francesco Frassinelli fraph24 a gmail.com
Ven 17 Feb 2017 18:53:20 CET

2017-02-17 18:17 GMT+01:00 willi uebelherr <willi.uebelherr a riseup.net>:

> On 17/02/2017 12:18, Germano Massullo wrote:
>> Il 05/02/2017 11:57, nemesis ha scritto:
>>> - nextcloud (fork di owncloud con federazione): https://nextcloud.com/
>> nextcloud è più di un semplice fork. Per farla breve è come Libreoffice
>> i cui sviluppatori provengono da Openoffice
> Dear friends,
> we need some clearness in the terms. Thanks to Germano.
> OpenOffice is now Oracle.

If we want some clearness in the terms, what you said was valid during 2012
(Oracle OpenOffice 3.3). OpenOffice (or, more correctly, Apache OpenOffice)
is developed by the Apache Software Foundation since 2013.
Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Apache_OpenOffice#History

LibreOffice is free and open and indpendent.

LibreOffice is a project of The Document Foundation. I am a LibreOffice
user and a member of LibreItalia, but it doesn't look fair to me to
implicitly suggest that OpenOffice is not free/open/independent.

The InterNet, the Inter-connection of local Net-works, is the
> transportsystem for digital data in packet form. From there the name. But,
> because we speak about "Net" and the net-topolgy don't exist in the
> telecommunication, we don't have an InterNet. We have to create it.
> Nextcloud is lying in the application layer and therefore have nothing to
> do with the InterNet. And if we create our local networks, our community
> networks, we install the servers in this local networks. Then we don't need
> "NextCloud".

Are you talking about NextCloud as software or are you criticizing the
usage of the word "cloud" for a distributed/federated opensource project?
In the first case I would say that yes, we need it, as we need minio,
tahoe-lafs and others projects.

Sorry, but I am more confused by this last email that the one from Germano,
and I still don't get what Germano said wrong: was it something he said in
another mail or during the IRC meeting?

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