FOSDEM 2024: why it is essential to take a close look

FOSDEM (Free and Open Source Software Developers’ European Meeting) is an annual conference that brings together open-source software enthusiasts, developers, and industry professionals worldwide. FOSDEM 2024 promises to be another exciting event with a wide range of topics and presentations covering the latest innovations in open-source software. One particularly intriguing presentation is titled “DNS for I2P – Distributed Networking without Central Authority” from, offering a look at a distributed approach to networking.

The presentation at FOSDEM 2024 focuses on developments of for the network I2P (“Invisible Internet Project”) and its DNS (Domain Name System). The DNS for I2P is enabling humans to use the privacy-by-design and free internet. I2P is an overlay network that aims to provide a high level of anonymity to users by routing their messages through a distributed network. This presentation explores how develops DNS for I2P to create a reliable and secure network architecture without relying on a central authority.

FOSDEM 2024 – about the future

FOSDEM 2024 promises to be an exciting event for all those interested in technology, and the session “DNS for I2P – A distributed network without a central authority” will be an innovative exploration of a fully distributed network. As the digital landscape evolves, discussions about privacy, security, and anti-censorship become more pressing. I2P and’s collaborative approach to DNS provides an interesting example of how distributed technologies can pave the way for a more sustainable and user-centric internet. Attendees of this session can expect to gain valuable insights into the future of networks and the role of distribution in shaping it.


The non-profit association, Switzerland, uses a barrier-free and collaborative approach to create free banking technology for everyone. Open-source technology ensures the privacy of all participants in the financial system of the future. The blockchain-based system is fully distributed. Everyone can participate in is committed to the belief that only commercially free technology can reliably protect user privacy.

Collaboration with the scientific community plays an important role in the development of The results of research are constantly being validated by academic institutions and publicly presented at specialized conferences.


All technical information is available at:

I2P beginner’s guide and installation guide:

All videos are here:

Introduction to I2P:

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