Occupy.here is a free, anonymous, and uncensored resource for you and your neighbors. You can post messages, share media files, and occupy the virtual space here as you wish.
You are connected to a wifi router that’s been hacked to connect you to other people nearby. You are “offline” in relation to the rest of the Internet, but “online” in a way that connects you to others within range of the wifi signal.
On Occupy.here you post anonymously like with weblog comments. You have a named account, but there is no password or verification process. Content you post here may be copied to other Occupy.here wifi routers.
Occupy.here is all-volunteer, open source, and Free Software. Dan Phiffer is the founder and lead developer, with contributions from Sean McIntyre and GitHub user Phaeilo. In 2012 the project was fortunate to receive a commissions grant from Rhizome.
Occupy.here is designed to be replicated. You can install the custom OpenWRT image on your own router. Visit occupyhere.org for the step-by-step installation guide.