Changeset bbad4dd


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Timestamp:
Dec 5, 2010 5:57:15 AM (9 years ago)
Author:
z3d <z3d@…>
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Readme tweaks.

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    1212    <a href="/index.jsp?lang=sv"><img src="/flags.jsp?c=se" title="Svenska" alt="Svenska"></a></div>
    1313  </div>
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     14</div><a name="top"></a>
    1515<div class="welcome"><h2>Welcome to the Invisible Internet</h2></div>
    1616<ul class="links"><li class="tidylist"><b>Starting Up &hellip;</b><br>If you've just started I2P, the number of <i>Active Peers</i> indicated under the <i>Peers</i> section in the sidepanel on the left should start to grow over the next few minutes and you'll also see a <i>Local Destination</i> named <i>Shared Clients</i> listed there, and possibly other clients and servers depending on how I2P is configured
     
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    112112<li class="tidylist"><b>Get Involved!</b><br>I2P is developed and maintained mostly through unfunded, voluntary participation by community members. We're happy to accept <a href="http://www.i2p2.i2p/donate.html" target="_blank">donations</a>, which go into essential hosting and administrative costs. We have <a href="http://www.i2p2.i2p/bounties.html" target="_blank">cash bounties</a> for aspects of I2P for developers looking for incentives to participate, and we're always looking for more Java coders, translators, promoters and users to help I2P grow. The bigger the I2P network, the more everyone benefits, so simply telling all your friends about I2P (and lending a hand with the installation and setup where needed) is a big help. For further info on how you can participate visit the <a href="http://www.i2p2.i2p/getinvolved.html" target="_blank">volunteers page</a> on the website.</li>
    113 </ul>
     113</ul><div align="right"><a href="#top">[Return to Top]</a>
    114114<div class="footnote"><hr>Document updated: December 2010.</div>
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