crowdfunding for f-droid Hubzilla-App

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  last edited: Fri, 24 Jan 2020 04:55:33 +0100  
What are the requirements for deployment of f-droid Hubzilla-App? I would to start a crowdfunding campaign for development of f-droid Hubzilla-App. I also need financial framework for this Projekt. Can you tell me the approximate amount spent for #FDroidHubzillaApp -Project?
For my self is this job - the amount spent for #FDroidHubzillaApp -Project to tried to calculate is seem like an exercise in squaring a circle. I am no Hubzilla developer. I am no App-developer. I cann't estimate how much effort it. And I must provide one financial framework for #FDroidHubzillaApp freelancer. I hope, you !Zotlabs|Hubzilla Development can help me ;-).

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Michael Bischoff
@M. Dent thx for the hint, I'll take a look at thunkable
The Path to Peer-to-Peer Matrix: In which we throw away DNS and run Matrix clientside over libp2p and friends

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  last edited: Thu, 23 Jan 2020 05:03:35 +0100  
Matrix is an open source project run by the non-profit Foundation dedicated to building an open protocol and communication network for decentralised, encrypted communication - providing a viable open alternative to WhatsApp, Slack, Discord an other proprietary communication silos. In this talk we will show of the work we've been doing over the last year to shift Matrix from being a decentralised-server architecture to a fully decentralised-client p2p architecture, through running clientside homeservers and experimenting with libp2p and friends as a p2p transport. We'll also show the route we'll be following over the year to go from proof-of-concept to the live Matrix network.

Track: Decentralized Internet and Privacy devroom
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M. Dent
  last edited: Fri, 24 Jan 2020 02:20:32 +0100  

Fdroid doesn't allow apk uploads I think. They need to be reproducable builds on their server infrastructure.

Ah, i see... I haven't looked at their requirements. Sorry for any confusion.