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Hebrew CryptoParty

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CryptoParty is a decentralized, global initiative to introduce cryptography software and the fundamental concepts of their operation to the general public. CryptoParties are free to attend, public, non-commercial and politically non-aligned. (see the guiding principles)

$LANGUAGENAME Cryptoparty wiki

This is the default space available for cryptoparty content in the $LANGUAGECODE language. This is your wiki as much as it's the wiki of everyone else. Please edit as you wish, and help maintain this page! A good start would be to translate this page from english into $LANGUAGENAME.


Use e-mail to get in touch with other people who speak $LANGUAGENAME and are interested in CryptoParty, independent of the place you live! Use this mailing list for public discussions: $LANGUAGECODE (at) $LANGUAGECODE.cryptoparty.org

The list has a public archive that contains all messages that people send to the list. It's required that you subscribe (become a member) before you can post to the list.

It's easy to become a list member! Open the list information page, enter your email address, receive the confirmation email and follow the instructions to confirm.

One wiki for each language

An equivalent wiki exists for many major languages of the world! Try to change the two-letter language code “$LANGUAGECODE” in the web address of this page to the 2-letter code of your own language. Or visit the list server to find the language list that works best for you.

Regional / Country Mailing Lists

Do you want to get in touch with people who live close to you? That's why we have created mailing lists for each country of the world! Visit the list server to find your country's mailing list (they are named by country's 3-letter codes).

Same rules as with the language lists: Public archive, requirement to subscribe before you can post.

Community growing?

Is your community growing and you need additional mailing lists? Would your local community prefer to have full control of a country-specific or language-specific subdomain, so you can run your own services? Or should we redirect it to different hostname? Just let us know!

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