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== Freedom Box Project ==
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Inspired by Eben Moglen's vision of a small, cheap and simple computer that serves freedom in the home. We are building a Debian based platform for distributed applications. ##||<tablestyle="float:right; margin: 0px;" style="padding:0.5em; border: 0px;font-size: 80%;"><<TableOfContents>>||
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 * privacy
 * control
 * ease of use
 * dehierarchicalization
== FreedomBox: The Home Server Appliance ==
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== Vision Statement == Welcome to FreedomBox support and collaboration space.
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We live in a world where our use of the network is mediated by organizations that often do not have our best interests at heart. By building software that does not rely on a central service, we can regain control and privacy. By keeping our data in our homes, we gain useful legal protections over it. By giving back power to the users over their networks and machines, we are returning the Internet to its intended peer-to-peer architecture. !FreedomBox is a self-hosting server aimed at protecting your privacy and data ownership. You can use !FreedomBox at home to replace services provided by third-parties mining your life and using your content. It is also a 100% free software web server that makes it easy to deploy social applications on small machines by providing a selected collection of online communication tools.
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In order to bring about the new network order, it is paramount that it is easy to convert to it. The hardware it runs on must be cheap. The software it runs on must be easy to install and administrate by anybody. It must be easy to transition from existing services. Thanks to a very friendly interface, you will be able to deploy on demand applications focusing on confidentiality such as file sharing, shared calendaring, instant messaging, secure voice conference calling, blog and wiki. Once installed, the simplicity of setting up and operating a !FreedomBox is similar to that of a smart phone.
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There are a number of projects working to realize a future of distributed services; we aim to bring them all together in a convenient package. !FreedomBox is a product you can just [[https://freedomboxfoundation.org/buy/|buy]], set up and use.
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== Project Resources == Alternatively, you can build it yourself. !FreedomBox's software stack is a subset of the Debian universal operating system, designed to be installed on many flavors of inexpensive and power-efficient Open Source [[FreedomBox/Hardware|hardware]], called single board computers (SBC). It can be installed on other hardware too.
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 * Work pages:
  * [[/Roadmap]]
  * [[/GettingStarted|Getting started and current status]]
  * [[/UserRequirements|Users and Use Cases]]
  * [[/Requirements]]
  * /DesignAndToDos
  * /TargetedHardware
  * /LeavingTheCloud
  * /ExampleProjects
  * /PrivacyAtHome
 * Alioth project: https://alioth.debian.org/projects/freedombox/
 * Mailing list: http://lists.alioth.debian.org/mailman/listinfo/freedombox-discuss
 * Identi.ca group: https://identi.ca/group/freedombox
 * IRC channel created on OFTC '''#freedombox''' [[irc://irc.oftc.net/#freedombox]]
 * Preinstalled images to work on (qemu or virtualbox) are available at http://pagekite.net/community/DebianFB/
Continue reading a general [[FreedomBox/Introduction|overview]] and get your !FreedomBox. Then get [[FreedomBox/Support|instant help]] and [[FreedomBox/Contribute|contribute]].
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== Talks and presentations == <<Include(FreedomBox/Portal)>>
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 * Eben's NYU Freedom in the cloud talk:
   * High download bandwith (audio, video): http://www.isoc-ny.org/?p=1338
   * Alternative location (text, audio, video): http://www.softwarefreedom.org/news/2010/feb/08/audio-and-video-eben-moglens-talk-freedom-cloud-no/
   * Highlights (text): http://www.softwarefreedom.org/news/2010/feb/10/highlights-eben-moglens-freedom-cloud-talk/
   * Related interview (text): http://www.h-online.com/open/features/Interview-Eben-Moglen-Freedom-vs-the-Cloud-Log-955421.html
 * Eben's Debconf10 Silver lining in the cloud/Freedom Box talk:
   * Debconf10 event page (video): http://penta.debconf.org/dc10_schedule/events/641.en.html
 * GNUnet presentations from GNU Hackers meeting:
   * Look under "GNUnet Workshop" (slides, video): http://www.gnu.org/ghm/2010/denhaag/
 * This week in Debian Episode 16
   * Interview with Jonas Smedegaard, discussing the Freedom Box: http://frostbitemedia.libsyn.com/this-week-in-debian-episode-16-
 * Eben's talk at FosDem (Free and Open Source Software Developers' European Meeting, 5-6 February 2011)
   * Highlights (text): http://www.softwarefreedom.org/events/2011/fosdem/moglen-fosdem-keynote-highlights.html
   * Transcript (text): http://www.softwarefreedom.org/events/2011/fosdem/moglen-fosdem-keynote.html
 * Eben's 2010 Open World Forum talk: http://vimeo.com/20034456
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FreedomBox: The Home Server Appliance

Welcome to FreedomBox support and collaboration space.

FreedomBox is a self-hosting server aimed at protecting your privacy and data ownership. You can use FreedomBox at home to replace services provided by third-parties mining your life and using your content. It is also a 100% free software web server that makes it easy to deploy social applications on small machines by providing a selected collection of online communication tools.

Thanks to a very friendly interface, you will be able to deploy on demand applications focusing on confidentiality such as file sharing, shared calendaring, instant messaging, secure voice conference calling, blog and wiki. Once installed, the simplicity of setting up and operating a FreedomBox is similar to that of a smart phone.

FreedomBox is a product you can just buy, set up and use.

Alternatively, you can build it yourself. FreedomBox's software stack is a subset of the Debian universal operating system, designed to be installed on many flavors of inexpensive and power-efficient Open Source hardware, called single board computers (SBC). It can be installed on other hardware too.

Continue reading a general overview and get your FreedomBox. Then get instant help and contribute.


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