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Making Syndie publicly available

Posted: 14 Aug 2018 20:57
by proton
Hello everyone,

since I'm new to I2P and Syndie I'd like to ask whether it's possible to make a Syndie-blog publicly available (for search engines like Google for example). My goal is to create a blog that's available to everybody, not just people who can (and are willing to) use I2P.

Is that possible or do I have to find another way? If the latter is the case: Do you know another/better way? I tried creating a website with square7.ch and protonmail but via Tor I get blocked all the time and via I2P the connection isn't stable enough for me to even register at square7.

Thanks in advance for any help.

proton

Re: Making Syndie publicly available

Posted: 30 Aug 2018 20:55
by wed
>since I'm new to I2P and Syndie I'd like to ask whether it's possible to make a Syndie-blog publicly available (for search engines like Google for >example). My goal is to create a blog that's available to everybody, not just people who can (and are willing to) use I2P.

take a look at
http://mosfet.i2p/
i believe you have to do something similar (a http interface to syndie), to make it to the search engines. and the interface would need a clearnet address,
(search engines do scan eepsites via inproxies, but that is maybe not the way you want it because of the associated risks for the users).

>Is that possible or do I have to find another way? If the latter is the case: Do you know another/better way? I tried creating a website with square7.ch >and protonmail but via Tor I get blocked all the time and via I2P the connection isn't stable enough for me to even register at square7.

i don't know about square7. why not host it at home and do some dyndns stuff ? or do you want to be anonymous with this ?

cheers

wed

and welcome to i2p, btw