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Note: The Bibliotheca Anonoma has mostly migrated to a new wiki. Further developments will occur there and make all further edits there:

The Bibliotheca Anonoma is a research task force archiving, documenting, and safeguarding Internet Folklife.

Click on the links in the sidebar to the right -> to check out our collection. Under each section, click More... for a larger list and further description.

Contact Us

The best way to contact the Bibliotheca Anonoma is at our Discord chat or IRC channel.

  • IRC channel - #bibanon - The IRC channel is the primary control room for the Bibliotheca Anonoma, and meets daily. Feel free to drop in, contribute anything, or even join anytime.
  • BAnonoma Twitter - We usually post quick announcements here.


  • Just create a Github account to edit this wiki. The Github wiki is defunct. Further developments will occur at our new wiki:
  • If you just need to drop off new stories/content, visit our Discord chat, we can help research and put it together as a wikipage.
  • The Bibliotheca Anonoma uses a Kanban Board system, to coordinate our projects. It's publicly viewable (and commentable), so monitor our progress there.
    • We're trying to migrate to Libreboard to replace Trello. That way, we can modify it to work as an anonymous dropbox for effortless contribution or community collaboration. Stay tuned.
  • The Workroom contains a large stack of stories we're still reviewing. You can comment on it, track our progress, even help out.
    • The Storehouse contains files deemed critical for archival, but still under review. We tossed them into Google Drive for now.
    • The Internet Archive holds most of our critically important treasures, from entire website backups to a Git backup of this wiki.
    • Stay on the lookout for pages that may have fallen by the wayside, are in need of maintenance, or are orphaned. Place pages here.