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ProtoSchool/protoschool.github.io 118

The code that runs the ProtoSchool website. Visit https://proto.school for interactive tutorials on decentralized web protocols. Explore IPFS and Filecoin through code challenges, code-free lessons, and local events.

filecoin-project/FIPs 112

The Filecoin Improvement Proposal repository

filecoin-project/filecoin-docs 106

Filecoin Docs

ipfs-inactive/blog 100

[ARCHIVED] Source for the IPFS Blog

protocol/nft-website 88

NFT School: Community education platform for developers in the non-fungible token space.

ipld/explore.ipld.io 60

Explore the Merkle Forest from the comfort of your browser

libp2p/docs 24

***WIP**** 🤖 📚 Documentation website for the libp2p project. https://docs.libp2p.io/

libp2p/website 22

Webpage of the libp2p project. A multi protocol approach for a interoperable network stack that follows the 'self description' in favor of assumptions

ipfs-shipyard/ipfs-senc 19

Simple tarball encryption

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Add blog: HNS

@stan-pl @emilymvaughan - looks like this is working again. Can you check to ensure the preview is as you expected? The bug appeared to be snippet code related to YouTube. It looks like the IPFS site was using the same snippet format as the Filecoin site, but they are actually two different platforms - so the code was breaking things in the IPFS build. You can see the YouTube code I replaced the snippet data with in the two files.

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Document the deploy setup, clean up github actions

@bmann - thanks for your patience!

The current deploy process is integrated with Fleek.co, which handles the bulk of the process. Right now, the configuration is managed directly through Fleek, but we can also add a .fleek.json file to enable in-repo deployment management if necessary.

Per your request, I've setup PRs to main to generate a preview link as well.

I think the critical thing right now is getting the architecture reverted per jbenet's request. Once that is complete, we can look at how best to keep fips.filecoin.io live without impacting the user experience.

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We're deployed at: fips.filecoin.io!

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Quick update - we're staged to launch on fips.filecoin.io whenever the site is ready.

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First preview: https://bafybeieks7v2zmr7uzijy75e6lgbonomg4sgrtnacgjawmujxp4qd32i7e.on.fleek.co/

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@marten-seemann - Fleek will pull from the repo to build docs.libp2p.io from the master branch. It will also produce previews for all PRs to master.

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Request to remove ipfs.io from the blacklist

Hi friends,

I'm reaching out on behalf of Protocol Labs and the IPFS project, following up on an issue raised by one of our community members - who is also a user for PhishFort!

It looks like the entire ipfs.io domain is currently on the blacklist: https://github.com/phishfort/phishfort-lists/blob/master/blacklists/domains.json#L5856

I wonder if this is related to the gateway functionality that ipfs.io provides. I wanted to briefly clarify how the gateway functions, and see if we can resolve this issue and have ipfs.io removed from the blacklist. From our docs:

Users of the ipfs.io gateway are required to comply with all applicable laws and regulations while using the ipfs.io gateway.

The ipfs.io gateway is not a data storage provider or website host. The ipfs.io gateway allows users to view content hosted by third parties over which Protocol Labs exercises no control. The fact that certain content is viewable through the ipfs.io gateway does not mean it is hosted by the ipfs.io gateway or that Protocol Labs can do anything to delete that content.

As explained above, the ipfs.io gateway is not a website hosting provider or data storage provider, and Protocol Labs cannot remove material from the Internet that is accessible through the ipfs.io gateway. If you believe that material accessible through the ipfs.io gateway is illegal or violates your copyright, you are encouraged to directly notify whoever is hosting or controls that data.

While the ipfs.io gateway does not serve as a host for data or websites, in appropriate circumstances, Protocol Labs can disable the ability to view certain content via the ipfs.io gateway. This does not mean that the data itself has been taken down from the network but rather that the content is not viewable using the ipfs.io gateway. This also will not impact the availability of the data through other gateways run by other parties.

You can report abuse by emailing abuse@protocol.ai. When appropriate, we will disable access through the ipfs.io gateway to the specific content set forth in your abuse report.

We actively action reports sent to abuse@protocol.ai and can work with you to block malicious content at our gateway. That said, many organizations and teams run their own gateways, and local gateways are now integrated into multiple browsers including Brave and Opera.

From the standpoint of phishing prevention with regard to IPFS gateways, one solution might be to identify malicious hashes (IPFS uses content based addressing), allowing PhishFort to block dangerous content available on the IPFS network regardless of the gateway. Just a thought, though!

Looking forward to working with you to get this resolved! ~Andy

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