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* Offline first: all data, including issues, comments and other social artifacts is yours & lives on your machine.
* Peer-to-peer: with no central server or intermediary in control.
* Cryptographically secure: user data that is tamper-proof & unforgeable, using public key cryptography.
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* Interoperable & open: reflecting the values of the open source community.
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