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This is a community effort to create the first ever Peer-to-Peer Operating System that can execute applications on a global scale and with high availability without giving major corporations control over our data.

The Network applications will be accessible from any Internet-connected device that has an HTML5/WebGL-enabled browser.

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code cross-platform csharp distributedcomputing distributedsystems framework frameworks html5 mono monodevelop p2p p2pnetworks p2pprotocols p2proutingprotocols p2psystem peer-2-peer peer-2-peer-operating-system peer-to-peer peer-to-peer-operating-system peer-to-peersystems platform platforms social socialnet socialnetwork social_network social-network socialnetworking social_networking social-networking socialnetworks social_networks social-networks social_sciences socialsoftware socialweb web web30 webgl

In a Nutshell, The Network - A P2P Operating System...

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