This is a Wiki about aDTN, a wireless protocol which features paranoid-grade anonymity and censorship resistance.
aDTN implements an "automated sneakernet"-like network protocol on mobile devices and has following features:
Since it uses a store-carry-and-forward approach, aDTN cannot be used for real time applications such as streaming, but it can be used for local chatting, for example.
So far I have a python library for linux, which I am using to test network performance. It works, but I am planning to introduce some performance improvements in the near future.
Additionally, there is an android messaging app being developed. It still requires some work, and works for some phones, but not all. It allows users to publish public messages anonymously and to send private messages. File sharing and chat rooms are planned for the future (but I need a hand from Android developers).
If you have questions or want to help, feel free to contact megfault here on ZeroNet via ZeroMail or send her a bitmessage to the address BM-2cTBr98R7yRycQUih6WvvAQwTvRdc1VbHu.