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go1dfish wrote

This is why I went with anonymous by default for

Want the site to focus more on ideas than individuals; I think the petty interpersonal drama and pigeonholin that happens on sites like this can be quite destructive.

I mostly just lurk here myself, I don't have any other accounts in case anyone else was wondering.


ziq OP wrote

The owner of has configured their website improperly. To protect your information from being stolen, Tor Browser has not connected to this website.


go1dfish wrote

Yeah I don't know what's up with that I'm using let's encrypt and certbot, I think it might have to do with a server move.

It only happens for me in tor browser and not in any other browser, genuinely confused.

Try instead maybe?

Also site currently requires javascript, because it's built that way but I hope to get serverside rendering working sometime this weekend. WIll likely be read only this way for the foreseeable future.

You can download/build your own instance though and avoid browser security entirely if you like.


go1dfish_is_using_Github wrote (edited )

Error: Invalid Certificate Chain uses an incomplete or invalid certificate chain. Check out your site at


ziq OP wrote (edited )

that link shows:

notabug is a p2p fork of reddit built in javascript. javascript is required to run it

yeah I'm not gonna enable js, sorry. Is it as active as this site? why not just use postmill so you can properly protect user privacy?


go1dfish wrote

Totally understandable. Plan to provide an install able app eventually as well but it will likely just be an electron wrapper around the existing code.

More active in terms of links, probably less active in terms of comments right now but a bit hard to say given that it is anon my default.

My aim is to build a p2p/federated alternative to centralized sites like reddit and raddle that will eventually be usable to connect those distinct alternatives together retaining their uniqueness.

I'm building it based on reddit's open source UI which I have converted to react components (as seen on also requires js)

I plan to only support writes in JS because all authentication is crypto based and happens clientside don't want to accept passwords serverside at all.

Also I worry that if I provide more traditional post endpoints in such an anon environment it will make things way too easy for spammers at this stage.

And finally, voting is a proof of work problem, so to be able to vote on at least; it is a requirement to run a pow solver locally. Voting isn't required to participate now; but if spam gets heavy it will become effectively necessary to raise above noise.