i use opennic, because i didn't want to pay for a domain. why should you pay? who's hoarding them all? paying for a domain feels like a scam. i'm self hosting email with a opennic domain, but nobody i know can email me because they don't use opennic too. frustrating
>>4069>What happened to dnscrypt
Cloudflare ate it (https://18.104.22.168
)>>4133>i use opennic, because i didn't want to pay for a domain
Same but with tor hidden services
Opennic is top recomendation from privacytools.io for DNS
do you think it's possible to run a pleroma instance on opennic that federates with the rest of the paid-net? I feel like that'd be a huge step forward in privacy-socialmedia but idk how that would work.
You can have an opennic domain and an icann domain for the same host.
I'm using OpenNIC since years, soykaf just works. Not using DNSCrypt yet though, might look into that.