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  • MDN Changelog for July 2018: CDN tests, Goodbye Zones, and BCD

    Editor’s note: A changelog is “a log or record of all notable changes made to a project. [It] usually includes records of changes such as bug fixes, new features, etc.” Publishing a changelog is kind of a tradition in open source, and a long-time practice on the web. We thought ...

  • AV1 and the Video Wars of 2027

    This post imagines a dystopian future where only the rich can stream video to their homes, and the democratizing forces of the internet have crumbled under corruption and greed. The author reports back from a troubled future in the late 2020s that is wholly fictitious. The open video codec AV1 ...

  • Dweb: Social Feeds with Secure Scuttlebutt

    Scuttlebutt is a free and open source social network with unique offline-first and peer-to-peer properties. Mainstream closed platforms have become a more popular way of creating and consuming content than the Web. Instead of attempting to adapt existing Web technologies for the mobile social era, Scuttlebutt offers a new platform ...

  • Things Gateway 0.5 packed full of new features, including experimental smart assistant

    The Things Gateway from Mozilla lets you directly monitor and control your home over the web, without a middleman. The 0.5 release of the Things Gateway is packed full of new features including customizable devices, a more powerful rules engine, an interactive floor plan, and an experimental smart assistant you ...

  • Introducing the Dweb

    This is the first post in a series about the distributed/decentralized web, introducing projects that cover social communication, online identity, file sharing, new economic models, as well as high-level application platforms. All are decentralized or distributed, minimizing or entirely removing centralized control. You'll meet the people behind these projects, and ...

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