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At 14:35 on February 14, 2008, Bas Reus said…
Hi Josef, great work! Hopefully this network will be benificial for the P2P Foundation and its members.

Cheers, Bas
At 14:55 on February 14, 2008, mose said…

What's the plan for here ? Would it be time to find a p2p alternative to google for searching web pages ? google stinks more and more...
At 15:16 on February 14, 2008, Chris Cook said…
Cheers Josef. Just left you a note to say I seem to be locked out of P2P Foundation in some way.
At 12:08 on February 15, 2008, Robin Good said…
Hi Joef,
thanks for the greetings and the warm welcome.


At 14:10 on February 15, 2008, Karen Eliot said…
Hi Josef, I'm interested in the concepts of identity, privacy and trust in a decentralised environments.

I like aliases, anonymity and privacy, and dislike the idea of becoming a static 60x60 gif image with a "real name", and unique (inter)national ID tracked at every interface.
At 13:59 on February 17, 2008, Valentin Spirik said…
Hi Josef,

The Co-op project looks very interesting, but I have not been on a mailing list there before - will check your projects out now!


At 9:01 on February 18, 2008, Sepp Hasslberger said…
Hi Josef,

thanks so much for creating this space. I'm looking forward to exciting times.

At 13:33 on February 20, 2008, Stefan Meretz said…
Hi Josef, tnx for warm welcome, I would be pleased to meet you at 4th oekonux conference in Manchester next year!
At 13:45 on February 28, 2008, Michael Riversong said…
Looks good. Thanks for the invitation. Hope to visit your community sometime & play a few songs for you.
At 14:11 on February 29, 2008, Franz Nahrada said…
Thanks Josef for making this happen ... quite an interesting group assembled here ... and a lot of things to do!
At 15:43 on March 2, 2008, Arun said…
Hello Josef,
I did write to you but it looks like the message is lost. Kareem's is my fav too.
At 13:01 on March 5, 2008, Natalie said…
Hi Josef,
Thanks for the invitation to join! Looking forward to explore this site.
At 22:10 on March 9, 2008, rob the rub said…
fuckin hell josef this is BRILLIANT! Who developed this?

plus, i need to be able to create databases to get past my latest stall/brickwall on www.rub.fm, got an account with one.com but they only give you one database, learning SQL and PHP, got the ideas and ready to smash it

anyway i can do this for free? really don't want to have to get my bank account back... can pay you with unlimited free gigs? (you know i'll always play for free for you anyway)

peace love and r.evolution

At 22:11 on March 9, 2008, rob the rub said…
dave magic pnw put me onto it
At 8:01 on March 11, 2008, Luc-Laurent Salvador said…
Hello Josef,
Thanks for welcoming me into this social network. I hope I can make some valuable contributions regarding the collective creation of new knowledge through P2P dynamics, which is what interest me most currently.
At 12:26 on March 14, 2008, Carl Ballard Swanson said…
Aye thats me in the middle circa 1993. Standing is Travis who cut his finger, we grew up in the same neighborhood in Oklahoma and found ourselves on a Navy ship together in the same division. Kneeling is Donald aka Jojo, after the Navy he went back to Cleveland and became a Sheriff's deputy. Thanks for the welcome and all your efforts/celebration.

The names and ideas are very big here and the risk of saying or doing something stupid seems high right now. I honestly believe that these P2P ideas are moving (have moved) fairly quickly in the right direction.
At 10:27 on March 21, 2008, Markus Schneider said…
hej Josef!

thx for the welcome. good idea to use the ning platform!

some things just need to be said: congrats and a huge thx to Michel and the others actively involved for getting all p2p theorists together! very valuable work indeed!

im following the oekonux mailings and the P2P newsfeed is also very informative too. id really like to comment on a couple of things, but right now all my focus is on getting companies involved for sponsorship of the profun games. once this has happened (and this might take a while), ill pay more attention on the theoretical side again and write some - more or less - useful comments. :)

but since you asked about online collective decision making, ive uploaded some (partially outdated) info on the VN goverance tools @ http://www.vodes.net/rev/option,com_docman/task,doc_download/gid,61//Itemid,84/

it includes info on team beta tester, an example how prices are set and wealth is distributed in a collective, effective and democratic manner on vodes.net - aka important economic decisions)

i guess its safe to say that members of the P2P network/foundation qualify (skill- and attitudewise) for membership of IF-o (supervisory board of VN). if there is someone interested...you're welcome to drop me a line.
At 9:54 on March 23, 2008, Sabine Kurjo McNeill said…
Can't wait to see what money systems you'll put into place, Josef!

'Social business' a la Muhammad Yunus (Grameen bank founder) has become my model after I've been round the analysis of 'monetary reform' as well as grassroots bottom up 'local exchange trading systems' and professional barter.

Trading should also be possible via cellphones, of course...

More power to your coding elbows!
At 0:04 on March 24, 2008, Sabine Kurjo McNeill said…
GREAT, Josef!

Where are you with respect to the LDA funding?
At 18:37 on March 24, 2008, Paarijaat Aditya said…
Hi Josef,
I'm experimenting with streaming video out of a mobile phone to a server or a mobile phone. I'm interested in how one can distribute video using p2p technologies and also whether doing so is feasible.

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