A Fond Farewell to Beaker
The Beaker Browser project has officially been archived. If you're interested in learning more about the project's backstory, successes, and failures, I recommend reading Paul Frazee's post-mortem.
I'm Leaving Beaker!
I’m leaving Beaker! You might be expecting this post to expose a controversy or detail complaints about working on the project, but there is no controversy, and the complaints I do have will be familiar to anyone who’s formed a company or maintained an open-source project.
How I Publish taravancil.com on the Peer-to-Peer Web
Updated August 31, 2018. Originally published on January 4, 2018. I publish this website on
https://. As of August 31, 2018, my publishing workflow involves three tools:
The Beaker Team's Response to Dat Organizational Changes
Today Code for Science and Society (CSS) announced that its Executive Director, Max Ogden, will step down from all leadership activities related to CSS and the Dat Project.
We’re Blue Link Labs, the creators of Beaker, a peer-to-peer Web browser. Today we’re thrilled to announce that we’ve launched Hashbase, a fungible hosting service for the peer-to-peer Web.
Forking Websites on the Peer-to-Peer Web
One of the most interesting phenomena on the Web is the popularity of services like GitHub, CodePen, and Glitch, which provide tools for sharing, duplicating, and remixing other people’s projects. The practice of learning from and using existing code as boilerplate is a critical piece of what’s made innovation on the Web platform so open...
View Source on the Peer-to-Peer Web
The spirit of openness has been baked into the Web since its formation. The Web was built to share documents written in plain text that could be downloaded and viewed transparently...
Building Markdown Sites with Beaker
We’re big fans of Markdown, so we’ve built in support for Markdown formatting to Beaker...
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