Ticket #1344: 7e944b74e6b6e24c6b6a96ed7d0e794a1786c802.patch

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  • i2p2www/pages/site/docs/applications/supported.html

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    ============================================================
     
    44
    55<h1 class="title">{% trans %}Supported Applications{% endtrans %}</h1>
    66
     7<h2>{% trans %}Warning{% endtrans %}</h2>
     8
     9<p>{% trans -%}
     10<strong> We do not and cannot make any guarantees about the
     11safety of the applications, plugins, and services listed below.</strong>
     12{%- endtrans %}</p>
     13
     14<p>{% trans threatmodel=site_url('docs/how/threat-model') -%}
     15Using an application, plugin, or service with I2P
     16doesn't automatically protect your anonymity. I2P is merely a set of tools
     17which can help you mitigate certain <a href="{{ threatmodel }}">identified
     18threats to anonymity</a>. Most applications and plugins must be properly
     19configured, and some will need to be patched — and even then, your anonymity
     20might not be assured. Similarly, services could put your anonymity at risk
     21by either their design or through carelessness on their part or your own.
     22{%- endtrans %}</p>
     23
     24<p>{% trans -%}
     25If you have doubts about the suitability of an application,
     26plugin, or service for use with I2P, you are urged to inquire about privacy
     27issues with its maintainers, to search its mailing lists and bug tracker if
     28one exists, and consult trusted, knowledgeable members of the I2P
     29community.
     30{%- endtrans %}</p>
     31
     32<p>{% trans -%}
     33Take responsibility for your own anonymity and safety — always
     34seek expert advice, educate yourself, practice good judgment, be mindful of
     35disclosing personally identifying information, and don't take
     36shortcuts.
     37{%- endtrans %}</p>
     38
     39<p>{% trans trac='https://trac.i2p2.de/report/1' -%}
     40This is intended to be a comprehensive listing of applications used with
     41I2P. If you know of something that's missing please submit a ticket on
     42<a href="{{trac }}">Trac</a>, and be sure to select the
     43“www” component in the submission form.
     44{%- endtrans %}</p>
     45
    746<div id="TOC">
    847  <ul>
    948    <li><a href="#blogging-and-forums">{% trans %}Blogging, Forums, and Wikis{% endtrans %}</a></li>
     
    82121  </ul>
    83122</div>
    84123
    85 <p>{% trans trac='https://trac.i2p2.de/report/1' -%}
    86 This is intended to be a comprehensive listing of applications used with
    87 I2P. If you know of something that's missing please submit a ticket on
    88 <a href="{{trac }}">Trac</a>, and be sure to select the
    89 “www” component in the submission form.
    90 {%- endtrans %}</p>
     124<h2 id="blogging-and-forums"><a href="#TOC">{% trans %}Blogging, Forums, and Wikis{% endtrans %}</a></h2>
    91125
    92 <p>{% trans %}
    93 Supported applications are tagged with one or more of the following:
    94 {%- endtrans %}</p>
    95 
    96 <dl>
    97   <dt><em>{{ _('bundled') }}</em></dt>
    98 
    99   <dd>
    100     <p>{% trans -%}
    101 <em>Bundled application</em> — I2P ships with a few officially
    102 supported applications that let new users take immediate advantage of
    103 some of I2P's more useful capabilities.
    104 {%- endtrans %}</p>
    105   </dd>
    106 
    107   <dt><em>{{ _('plugin') }}</em></dt>
    108 
    109   <dd>
    110     <p>{% trans plugins=i2pconv('plugins.i2p') -%}
    111 <em>Third-party plugin</em> — I2P's plugin system provides convenient
    112 deployment of I2P-enabled applications and allows tighter integration
    113 with the router. Plugins are [reviewed by the community](<a href=
    114 "http://{{ plugins }}">http://{{ plugins }}</a>) to identify security and
    115 anonymity issues.
    116 {%- endtrans %}</p>
    117   </dd>
    118 </dl>
    119 
    120 <dl>
    121   <dt><em>{{ _('standalone') }}, {{ _('standalone/mod') }}</em></dt>
    122 
    123   <dd>
    124     <p>{% trans -%}
    125 <em>Third-party standalone application</em> — Many standard network
    126 applications only require careful setup and configuration to communicate
    127 anonymously over I2P. These are tagged with <em>standalone</em>. Some
    128 applications, tagged with <em>standalone/mod</em>, require patching to
    129 function properly over I2P or to prevent inadvertent disclosure of
    130 identifying information such as the user's hostname or external IP
    131 address.
    132 {%- endtrans %}</p>
    133   </dd>
    134 
    135   <dt><em>{{ _('service') }}</em></dt>
    136 
    137   <dd>
    138     <p>{% trans -%}
    139 <em>Third-party essential network service</em> — Services which on
    140 the I2P network are analogous to those provided on the public Internet
    141 by hosting providers, ISPs, and Google: eepsite indexes and jump
    142 services, search engines, email, DNS-style name services, hosting,
    143 proxies, etc. These services focus on boosting the usefulness of the
    144 network as a whole, and making network content more discoverable.
    145 {%- endtrans %}</p>
    146   </dd>
    147 
    148   <dt><em>{{ _('unmaintained') }}</em></dt>
    149 
    150   <dd>
    151     <p>{% trans -%}
    152 <em>Unmaintained</em> — This is used to tag plugins, applications,
    153 and services which appear to be unmaintained and may be removed from
    154 this listing in the future.
    155 {%- endtrans %}</p>
    156   </dd>
    157 </dl>
    158 
    159 <p><strong>{% trans threatmodel=site_url('docs/how/threat-model') -%}
    160 Warning: Using an application, plugin, or service with I2P
    161 doesn't automatically protect your anonymity. I2P is merely a set of tools
    162 which can help you mitigate certain <a href="{{ threatmodel }}">identified
    163 threats to anonymity</a>. We do not and cannot make any guarantees about the
    164 safety of the applications, plugins, and services listed below. Most
    165 applications and plugins must be properly configured, and some will need to
    166 be patched — and even then your anonymity might not be assured. Similarly,
    167 services could put your anonymity at risk, either by design or through
    168 carelessness on their part or your own.
    169 {%- endtrans %}</strong></p>
    170 
    171 <p><strong>{% trans -%}
    172 If you have doubts about the suitability of an application,
    173 plugin, or service for use with I2P, you are urged to inquire about privacy
    174 issues with its maintainers, to search its mailing lists and bug tracker if
    175 one exists, and consult trusted, knowledgeable members of the I2P
    176 community.
    177 {%- endtrans %}</strong></p>
    178 
    179 <p><strong>{% trans -%}
    180 Take responsibility for your own anonymity and safety — always
    181 seek expert advice, educate yourself, practice good judgment, be mindful of
    182 disclosing personally identifying information, and don't take
    183 shortcuts.
    184 {%- endtrans %}</strong></p>
    185 
    186 <h3 id="blogging-and-forums"><a href="#TOC">{% trans %}Blogging, Forums, and Wikis{% endtrans %}</a></h3>
    187 
    188126<ul>
    189127    <!-- let's disable this for now, at least, since it's nearly impossible to
    190128    find configuration instructions; plus, there certainly isn't a plugin
    currently serve content on the I2P netwo 
    736674    <sup><em>[{{ _('standalone') }}]</em></sup></p>
    737675  </li>
    738676</ul>
     677
     678<h2>{% trans %}Legend for Application Tags{% endtrans %}</h2>
     679
     680<p>{% trans %}
     681Supported applications are tagged with one or more of the following:
     682{%- endtrans %}</p>
     683
     684<dl>
     685  <dt><strong>{{ _('bundled') }}</strong></dt>
     686
     687  <dd>
     688    <p>{% trans -%}
     689Bundled with it's core, I2P ships with a few officially
     690supported applications that let new users take immediate advantage of
     691some of I2P's more useful capabilities.
     692{%- endtrans %}</p>
     693  </dd>
     694
     695  <dt><strong>{{ _('plugin') }}</strong></dt>
     696
     697  <dd>
     698    <p>{% trans plugins=i2pconv('plugins.i2p') -%}
     699<a href="http://{{ plugins }}">I2P's plugin system</a> provides convenient
     700deployment of third-party I2P-enabled applications and allows tighter integration
     701with the router. All plugins are reviewed by the community to identify security and
     702anonymity issues for details.
     703{%- endtrans %}</p>
     704  </dd>
     705</dl>
     706
     707<dl>
     708  <dt><strong>{{ _('standalone') }}, {{ _('standalone/mod') }}</strong></dt>
     709
     710  <dd>
     711    <p>{% trans -%}
     712Many standard third-party network
     713applications only require careful setup and configuration to communicate
     714anonymously over I2P. These are tagged with <em>standalone</em>. Some
     715applications, tagged with <em>standalone/mod</em>, require patching to
     716function properly over I2P or to prevent inadvertent disclosure of
     717identifying information such as the user's hostname or external IP
     718address.
     719{%- endtrans %}</p>
     720  </dd>
     721
     722  <dt><strong>{{ _('service') }}</strong></dt>
     723
     724  <dd>
     725    <p>{% trans -%}
     726Third-party services which on
     727the I2P network are analogous to those provided on the public Internet
     728by hosting providers, ISPs, and Google: eepsite indexes and jump
     729services, search engines, email, DNS-style name services, hosting,
     730proxies, etc. These services focus on boosting the usefulness of the
     731network as a whole, and making network content more discoverable.
     732{%- endtrans %}</p>
     733  </dd>
     734
     735  <dt><strong>{{ _('unmaintained') }}</strong></dt>
     736
     737  <dd>
     738    <p>{% trans -%}
     739This is used to tag plugins, applications,
     740and services which appear to be unmaintained and may be removed from
     741this listing in the future.
     742{%- endtrans %}</p>
     743  </dd>
     744</dl>
     745
    739746<!-- vim: set noai nosi ft=html tw=79 et sw=4 ts=4 spell spelllang=en: -->
    740747{% endblock %}