I'm going to turn on federation and make it publicly accessible when I have time, so probably sometime tomorrow. If anybody is still interested in joining, or didn't feel like putting in the effort/didn't feel comfortable with registering an account on the homeserver, then check back then. >>228842
Agreed, but one has to find a way to survive without being employed, whether it be getting government money or crime. Both of those things would afford one more time to actually do things to improve society.>>228685
Yeah, there are scammers trying to scam people in the fucking fraud community, and water is wet, but we aren't selling anything, quite the opposite.>>228875
I wouldn't condone teenagers doing this sort of thing. One has to be well aware of the risks. Only people who would rather take the chance of getting arrested than continue to work should get involved, and nobody under the age of 20.
That being said, it is easier to avoid detection by law enforcement when you keep all of your work virtual, encryption can keep you from getting convicted if you do get arrested (depending on the country, but in that case there is deniable encryption), and people tend to receive fairly light sentences for this sort of stuff compared to drugs and "blue collar" crime.
But yeah, if you are young then hold off a bit if this appeals to you.
To anyone else still following this thread, or anyone with any interest in the things discussed, we have setup an onion site with some useful PDFs, and we will continue to upload more in the next week.