Site mirrors

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As this website is what is know as a "static website", I can literally host it within seconds on any Web host.

Some mirrors might be a little outdated as not all of them are built at the same time.

Primary Domain

My main or primary web hosting is at https://johanbove.info, hosted in The Netherlands at Antagonist.nl.

Next to that I keep copies or mirrors on various other services, mostly free ones and also a version on a peer-to-peer network.

Keybase

You can find a signed mirror copy of this site on Keybase.io using any Web browser at https://johanbove.keybase.pub/ or with a Keybase client directly at keybase://public/johanbove.

Vercel

This site is also available on https://presence-johanbove.vercel.app/. This one builds directly from the source code on my Github repository when I push to master. Often this will have the latest version of my site.

Hypercore Protocol

The Hyperdrive address for this site is currently:

hyper://2593c89d6cbf2b830c71099cbe541459d333df67d9a846e2133ebbbfdef8d8bd

Or if you're using a Hyperdrive enabled browser, you can find this much easier to remember and read as a human address:

hyper://johanbove.info

Due to the nature of peer-to-peer the site might not be always be available! Because someone, mostly me, should be actively seeding the hyperdrive from their own machines, so if nothing shows up, then try again some time later.

Use Agregore or Beaker Browser to access my site on this exciting peer-to-peer networking.

IPFS peer-to-peer sharing

What is IPFS? The acronym stands for Inter Planetary File System.

It is a distributed system for storing and accessing files, websites, applications, and data.

I use it for keeping mirrors of this website on, so in case my main webhosting disappears, there could be still copies accessible on the IPFS network.

Bare with the slowness of the gateways; that's unfortunately the nature of IPFS. Content that is not very popular needs to be searched from somewhere on the network and that traversal can take time, or could even fail any time - gateway time-outs.

Here's a list of IPFS gateways you should be able to find this site on:

What is an IPFS gateway?