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Free speech voice conference

Free speech voice conference

We are happy to offer another space to meet and discuss, free as in speech. And this time is not just text, but also voice communication using the free and open source Mumble software. Download Mumble Here you can download the client, install and connect to our server, hang out and feel free to organize your meetings. Add our server to mumble: host{‘freespeech.dyne.org’} port{’9999′} If you like to be registered or open a reserved chatroom, try to contact us keeping in mind this is a free service and everyone is volunteering to keep it up. Our thanks go to Fruity for...

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Chat rooms for gossip

Chat rooms for gossip

Connect to the Dyne.org network via Internet Relay Chat. You'll find a bunch of people hanging out, mostly in the #dyne channel, speaking many languages, then there can be more channels, nerds and geeks exchanging links and jokes and suggestions. The language can be pretty much that of the Internet lulz, so be prepared to all kinds of unmoderated and uncensored stuff ;^) WE JUST DON'T BOTHER

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Dyne.org News Network

Dyne.org News Network

The Dyne.org news network aggregates a quantity of interesting blogs, magazines and news feeds in various languages and from various places of planet Earth. Everyone is free to tune in and be updated about things the tellie will never let us know.

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Wiki open documents

Wiki open documents

A wiki is a platform where everyone can write pages that are preserved, shared and updated by others, group of friends, colleagues, cyberfreaks, you name it. We have this as a common space for uncensored information, but since it got a lot of spam, publishing is protected by a magic word you can ask around on chat or lists. It is also possible to make private pages available only for certain groups of registered users. Unauthorized use is encouraged.

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E-Mail discussion groups

E-Mail discussion groups

Our mailing lists are interactive and all subscribers can write. We debate new software releases, events, projects, roadmaps in a friendly environment with good humour and cyberfreaks hanging around.

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