The NeoFloppy is an non-mechanical / solid-state media format optimized for handling, transport, storage, archive and subsequent use. It is only using the mechanical specification of the 3,5" FDD to a specific extent. Namely: Drive mechanisms (except the head since the drive only needs to vertically contact pins behind the shutter) and the media dimensions.
TMTP is a new Internet protocol combining elements of email and the web. TMTP offers a simple, reliable, free, secure, decentralized method for messaging & correspondence & notification.
Online services lack a way to directly message their customers/members. Email (SMTP etc) is unreliable, insecure, and typically transits multiple third-party hosts between sender & recipient. (Email also has other painful problems!) Text messaging (SMS) is expensive. Some sites patch this gap by building & maintaining custom phone apps—at great cost.
The client and server are open source, subject to the terms of the Mozilla Public License, v2.0.
A wiki devoted to explanation and analysis of FISMA (Federal Information Security Management Act) standards and requirements.
The github repo of work pertaining to IoT communications and protocols over XMPP instead of other methods or networks. One advantage is that, by using p2p XMPP, devices could communicate with each other.