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README.md

Lykin Tutorial Series

Author: @glyph

Introduction

lykin is a tutorial application funded by a Secure Scuttlebutt (SSB) community grant. It is intended to showcase one way in which an SSB client application can be written using the golgi client library. This tutorial series walks the reader through the creation of the lykin application.

Installments

Thanks

I am grateful to the Butts who voted to fund this work, all contributors to the SSBC and Erick Lavoie (@elavoie / @IgYpd+tCtXnlE2tYX/8rR2AGt+P8svC98WH3MdYAa8Y=.ed25519) in particular - both for partially funding this work and for developing and overseeing the community grant process.

Contribute

If you wish to support my work on the Rust Scuttlebutt ecosystem, please consider contributing to my Liberapay account.

Contributions to the Secure Scuttlebutt Consortium OpenCollective are also encouraged.

License

This tutorial series is shared under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International (CC BY-NC-SA 4.0) license, while all code is licensed as MIT.