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Wired is an open standard providing BBS-style client/server features, like chat, boards and file tranfers. Wired is both a network protocol and software suite, mainly designed for UNIX-based and Mac OS X platforms. The network protocol uses TLS/SSL to secure connections and Unicode encoding for textual communications.

Originally, Wired was developed by Axel Andersson (aka Morris) at Zanka Software, as a substitute to the old bulletin-board system named Hotline which was massively used in the 1990s. This project is a fork of the original Zanka sources, or maybe a continuation, since Morris stopped its development.

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Apr 25 2015 — May 25 2015

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May 25 2014 — May 25 2015
  • 12 Commits Down -103 (89%) from previous 12 months
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