The Peers Community

The Peers Community is a community of people that collaborate on supporting free culture and free software development. The community works for the advancement of all aspects of free culture as a whole2 by facilitating collaboration and providing support to free projects.

Community projects

  • archive-webextension: A WebExtension for saving web pages to the Internet Archive Wayback Machine

  • awesome-gamedev: A collection of free software and free culture resources for making games

  • DOKK: A project aimed at combining information from free knowledge graphs and organizing it into meaningful topics

  • freedom-delayed: Checklist for projects that have promised to liberate software in the future

  • freepost: A free-software discussion board

  • funbot: An IRC bot used within the community IRC channel

  • An instance of the GNUSocial federated social network

  • InternetRadio: Android app for searching and listening to Internet radio stations

  • NotABug: Web-based hosting service for Git version control. It runs Gogs

  • Vervis: An experimental web-based platform for version control, supporting multiple version control systems and ActivityPub.

  • Peers Kart: A playable kart for the game SuperTuxKart.


This is a list of projects that have expressed affiliation with the community and that participate to support the goals of the community

  • Dragora: A GNU/Linux distribution made from scratch, packaging only free software

  • Free your stuff!: A Chromium extension for extracting a user's own reviews published on various websites

  • A free and open platform for reviewing anything

  • libreboot: A free BIOS/UEFI replacement based on coreboot

  • minifree: Company selling computer systems with libreboot BIOS and Trisquel GNU+Linux

  • Vikings GmbH: Hosting provider built on a free/libre hosting stack

Projects Jam

The Jam is a weekly meeting that takes place on the community IRC channel on Fridays at 19:00Z-21:00Z. Participants can ask for help on any issue related to free culture and free software projects, and the community works to fix them. The first session took place on March, 2nd 20181, initiated by vaeringjar.


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