Introducing Radicle Orgs

by @abbey_titcomb & @ontologymachineJuly 15th, 2021

Introducing Radicle Orgs, a decentralized code management tool for DAOs. Radicle Orgs are a platform-agnostic and more secure alternative to organizations on centralized forges like GitHub and Gitlab) … Read more →

Announcing the Seeders Program

by @abbey_titcombFebruary 22th, 2021

Today, we're announcing the launch of Radicle's Seeder Program. The Seeder Program is supporting the progressive decentralization of the Radicle network by cultivating a strong "root network" of individuals and projects … Read more →

Introducing RAD

by @lftheriosFebruary 17th, 2021

The Radicle project has released its native governance token, making it the first open-source, community-led, and self-sustaining network for software collaboration. The Radicle token is live! The official contract address is … Read more →

Integrating with Ethereum

by @abbey_titcombFebruary 17th, 2021

Today, we've deployed the first part of our Ethereum integration, an opt-in layer that complements the Radicle peer-to-peer network. Our Ethereum integration is a set of open protocols that enable unique global names, decentralized organizations, and features that help maintainers sustain their open-source… Read more →

Collaborating on Radicle

by @lftheriosDecember 20th, 2020

This is a post on Radicle, a peer-to-peer stack for code collaboration. When coming to Radicle from a centralized code collaboration network like GitHub or Gitlab, users might be puzzled by Radicle's unique social model at first. In contrast to centralized code collaboration platforms, on Radicle… Read more →

How it Works:
Radicle Link

by @cloudheadNovember 18th, 2020

This article dives into the architecture and design of Radicle Link—the peer-to-peer replication protocol that powers Radicle. We discuss our decision to build on Git, how we ensure data availability, and how we replicate data across the… Read more →

Towards Decentralized Code Collaboration

by @abbey_titcombApril 15th, 2020

Throughout the last decade, open source has become a standard for software development. Sharing code freely and publicly has made it drastically cheaper and easier to build software—and tech innovation is surging as a result. Code hosting and collaboration platforms like GitHub and GitLab have contributed… Read more →