Research, test, and document if/how Samizdat could be used behind NAT/firewall
An interesting question was asked on the Fediverse: could Samizdat be used to host content behind NAT/firewall.
The minimal requirements are:
- a HTTPS-enabled site to kick-start Service Worker (no need to host actual content there);
- a way to push content to wherever the deployed plugins can
With current plugins this would mean:
- hosting a skeleton site on some public hosting service (GitLab pages, etc)
- figuring out if pushing content to Gun and IPFS can happen from behind a firewall, or if running Gun and IPFS daemons behind firewall works well.
Hypothetically this would be easier with a plugin using anything that does not require a publicly accessible daemon, like pushing content to WebArchive and fetching from there.