Stephen Downes published instructional videos for the course E-learning 3.0 (#el30), however the instructions are Windows-only. Fortunately course participant Davey Moloney translated Stephen’s instructions into Mac-language.
After some ridiculous struggling with my file structure, I published my mini-site:
There are various ways to keep a IPFS-site online. Octavian Contis explains on his blog : “IPFS will host your website as long as it is accessed by other peers as it propagates to other nodes when it is accessed.” A simple way to keep your site up, suggested by Octavian,is accessing the hash generated for your content through the gateway of infura.io as follows:
https://gateway.ipfs.io/ipfs/<your hash> and change gateway.ipfs.io to ipfs.infura.io in the link.
This will access the content requested through the infura node and by doing so will permanently create a copy of the files. My mini-site:
There are ways to use IPFS and yet have your own domain name, I’ll check that out later.
For other versions of the decentalized web, have a look at my post about The Beaker Browser.