Aioe.org is a nonprofit project, entirely built using open source software, which mainly hosts a large public news server. However, this site also provides some other free resources that are listed and described below.
- News server
- Aioe.org hosts a public news server, a USENET site that is intentionally kept open for all IP addresses without requiring any kind of authentication both for reading and posting. Spam, pornography, paedophilia, and any kind of abuses are not tolerated.
Currently service is provided by two different hosts: news.aioe.org and nntp.aioe.org. SSL and TLS are supported by both ones.
Please, carefully read project site http://news.aioe.org/ before starting to use it.
- Travel blog
- Aioe.org also hosts a small travel blog, written in italian, that tries to take a census of abandoned villages around Rome. Although many of these villages are in ruins, some are very suggestive and completely unknown to the general public.
Visiting these places requires a lot of caution, especially during the winter and when it rains, due to the danger of collapse of the ruins and the risk of accidents.
Site is http://blog.aioe.org/
- Civil Protection
- On this site are also hosted some unofficial manuals used by italian civil protection to train volunteers. They mainly concern the safety of volunteers when they operate in risk scenarios and the safe usage of the most common technical equipment. All documentation is in Italian and no translation is foreseen.