thttpgpd and LUDD
thttpgpd or ludd are HTTP servers with OpenPGP features (hkp public key server, HTTP OpenPGP authentication, Accept: "multipart/msigned" MIME type...).
The difference between ludd and thttpgpd is that ludd is compiled with OpenUDC support while thttpgpd is just an HTTP server with OpenPGP features.
ludd is an experimental implementation node of an OpenUDC monetary system, which permit :
- To create a currency and control its monetary mass.
- To exchange money in this currency between individuals.
- To apply Universal monetary Dividend to the individuals that accept to use the currency. And all of that with best efforts on security and efficiency.
About Universal monetary Dividend, please read the Theory of Money Relativity from Stephane Laborde (in french: http://www.creationmonetaire.info/2011/06/theorie-relative-de-la-monnaie-20.html) or at least other studies about Social Credit.
thttpgpd is a fork/update of thttpd-2.25b (tiny/turbo/throttling HTTP server), version 2.25b of 29dec2003.
Copyright (c) 2010 The openudc.org team.
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The file 'geolist_ITA' is available under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 License. It was generated from the IT.zip database from geonames.org, using the script published in https://bitbucket.org/rev22/geolist-ita-openudc.