With an Offline First approach, we’re offering up the advantages of the internet — communication, knowledge, and enrichment — without depending on unreliable infrastructure.
A truly decentralized internet would enable local communities to collaborate on solutions unique to their environments. Creating local network infrastructure would be cheap because reliability would not be a hard requirement for it to work. Patients could share their health data with their doctors without it being stored on central servers on different continents. Students could collaborate on assignments without being penalized for slower network connectivity. Opposition and labor union groups could organize without relying on state-controlled network infrastructure. People impacted by natural disasters could rely on a decentralized network to get and share critical information.
Question: Is there no "right to be forgotten" on dat if other people have your data (from a past version, etc.)?
Jon Kyle Mohr's "Enoki" (sort of like a Kirby CMS for the p2p web) video introduction livestream: