libernil.net is an island of pseudo-freedom. This project was established in order to pursue ideals of Free Software, Free Culture, ethically sourced hardware, self hosting, and sharing with others. Generally it consists of personal content, though some community resources reside here as well.
The network is spread out across several locations using all sorts of hardware. We have a VPS with Tranquillity in Sweden and a handful of machines (that were acquired by bartering, recycling, or were purchased from an ethical vendor) in the US at locations where we have physical access.
Thanks for visiting and Happy Hacking!
Current status about the network can be found via our munin instance.
Services and Events
We provide a number of community services and events to a few users. Active services are listed here, while events are usually announced via other channels. If you would like an account for any of our services or if you'd like to help out with the network, please contact cmhobbs.
Please note that all SSL certificates for domains and services on the network (other than web hosting on libernil.net itself) are self-signed. We are working toward using Let's Encrypt certs across the rest of the network.
- Both physical locations for the network have open access points following the example set by openwireless.org.
- We host XMPP at
jabber.libernil.netwith a conference bridge at
- A couple of IRC bots have found their home here.
- We provide minimal shell accounts for a few users. We do not allow any nonfree software to be installed via these accounts.
- Some web hosting is provided for users via their
public_htmldirectory. We also host a couple of domains for users.
- A gitolite server is running on the network, though it runs without a web interface. Space is open for projects.
- A MediaGoblin instance is running here, though it is currently just an experiment. It could go down at any time.
- A Minetest server for our users's kids.
- Game servers: freedoom, bzflag, etc
- A mail server
- Local weather and other environmental monitoring
- A PBX with a couple of DID lines