Mau is the result of my frustration with the centralized web2 applications models. I expressed these ideas initially in a couple of notes:
Then I went on and tried to document a more comprehensive version expressing this approach and implementing a proof of concept with #go .
Web2 Peer2Peer Library reference implementation. Contribute to mau-network/mau development by creating an account on GitHub.
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