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Un-official Freenet 0.5 alternative download

I’ve just set up A new, Un-official
Freenet 0.5 alternative download page
, including some instructions to help get started. It can be found here: http://peculiarplace.com/freenet/ 

37th Lastdays Watch posted

The latest Lastdays
Watch
titled "Iniquity
Everywhere
" has just been posted.

Within a half hour or so after this post hits the blog, The freenet
version will also be updated. The freenet URI is:

http://127.0.0.1:8888/SSK@~7-CGZZKXiKVoxSOlFPVBsDJXXwPAgM,
ckqhs1YME2xL0Ub3XcWpnA/watch/5//

Note: in order for the freenet link to work you must be running freenet
0.5, which you can get at http://freenetproject.org/download-old.html

<Standard note about freenet versions>

Don’t let the "old" part of that url worry you. Freenet developers are
working on a new version of freenet, 0.7 which is not compatible with
0.5 and is still very much in testing and serious development. Version
0.5 is still in use by a lots of people and will continue to be for a
long time to come.

</Standard note about freenet versions>

Lastdays Watch 36 mirrored in freenet

I posted the 36th edition of Lastdays
Watch
earlier, and now the insert is complete for the in-freenet
mirror. The freenet url is:

http://127.0.0.1:8888/SSK@~7-CGZZKXiKVoxSOlFPVBsDJXXwPAgM,ckqhs1YME2xL0Ub3XcWpnA/watch/4//

Note:
in order for the freenet link to work you must be running freenet 0.5,
which you can get at http://freenetproject.org/download-old.html

Don’t let the "old" part of that url worry you. Freenet developers are
working on a new version of freenet, 0.7 which is not compatible with
0.5 and is still very much in testing and serious development. Version
0.5 is still in use by a lots of people and will continue to be for a
long time to come.

New Edition of Lastdays Watch

I uploaded a new edition of Lastdays
Watch
called The
Surveilance Society
.

I had this done last night, but couldn’t post it because local weather
forced a shutdown due to all the thunderstorms, lightning and tornado
activity

Done with re-posting…

At least I hope I’m done with it.  Keeping multiple backups in a couple
of different places should prevent any need for having to re-construct
this thing again or at the very least it’ll keep the data loss down to a
single day or less… That much I’d have no problem re-posting.

A thought I’m going to have to pass on to the Thingamablog developers is
that it REALLY needs two things.

1, some kind of built-in backup facility.  Something that will keep a
user-configurable number of backups.. Perhaps have the backups created
at the end of each "Publish" operation.

2, In the event of the worst disaster, being able to import previous
entries from the blog-site back into Thingamablog’s database would be
great.  (as long as the missing data was noticed before a new "publish"
operation overwrote the site!)

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