Social Networks

Since the project began in 2009, it decided to abandon the paradigm of user versus provider, and adopt the inhabitants, who live as good neighbors, create and care for their community.

Our goals are the privacy, autonomy, federation, solidarity, security, education, freedom ...

For privacy's own ability to understand the inhabitant in controlling access to your information and decide at each step with whom they share the information it publishes. It also works to raise awareness of villagers about their practices in social networks and how are you influencing their privacy and that of others. Similarly, representatives of the network.

The power of decision regarding where and how to store and manage your data by granting autonomy and freedom to remove your data when you want (suicide-mail button is always available).

When we speak of the federation network capacity to communicate with each other, even with several social networks, each with its own characteristics and autonomy, people are free to communicate and interact with each other. Specifically, having a federated group through different networks means that any changes to be published in one of the networks, will also be published in any of the others, and a comment on that item in the second, also appear in the first.

Solidarity between people can improve and innovate the content and functionality offered by the networks to start enabling social innovation, shared learning and creativity generated within an ideal environment for education and cultural growth and social group.
The safety and freedom and do not conflict with each other as often happens if you do not again revert to its meaning when the inhabitant which safeguards their freedom in a secure network "default." Today our social network provides, among other features:


  • Work Items: A simple way to locate what you need.
  • Tasks: Allows you to manage the backlog.
  • Pages: Text documents to write down and publish content.
  • EtherPad text documents edited by multiple people in unison.
  • Blogs: A tool that allows you to maintain a personal blog.
  • Location: The best way to communicate an idea to the network.
  • Gifts: Allows sending gifts to people.
  • Calendar: Organize events in chronological order.
  • Activity: What happens around us, inside the network.
  • Links: Shortcuts to network resources or the rest of the Internet.
  • Archives: The network allows you to upload files for sharing.
  • Photos: Create your own image gallery.
  • Videos: Allows you to add videos hosted on the Internet.
  • E: All the inhabitants of the social network have an internal mailbox.
  • Notifications of activity: Select that you want to be informed and the network will let you know in your mailbox.
  • Chat: Real-time conversations with other people you have added.
  • Chat Rooms: real-time conversations with other people who share the same workgroup.
  • Forums and mailing lists: You can give your opinion in the forum and discuss the responses from your email and vice versa.
  • Wiki: A document can be edited by multiple people.
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