If you’re reading this, than its already too late. Life is a game that I can’t seem to win lately and I'm tired of losing. I know I'm not the first to feel this way. It's time for a new strategy. I just need to get away from this world forever. Clearly I’m not compatible. I'm sorry to my friends and family that will have to find me like this, but it's the only way forward. I’ve been at a low point in my life the past two months and don’t foresee it getting any better. In fact it seems to be spiraling out of control even more.
Also, don’t you dare blame this on guns. Someone determined to take their own life would find a way to do it one way or another.
Rest assured this is all taking place in my personal life and has nothing to do with WebOasis. I don’t keep IP logs and your data for the forum and chat will remain safe and encrypted until the server inevitably expires months from now at which point it will be wiped/destroyed. To quell any potential rumors, I want to repeat this is a personal matter and has nothing to do with the site or copyright mafia.
Thank you to the loyal users that made WebOasis great. I want to especially thank those that assisted me with posting content/links and making graphics for me. It helped immensely.
I’m a man of my word and will post the source code publicly. Maybe someone can continue my work. I’ll post everything except the forum and chat databases.
To the individual(s) in real life that are trying to ruin me, congratulations, you’ve won! You almost certainly won’t ever see this, but if you do…Now I no longer have to worry about you and you no longer have to worry about me. You’re welcome.
I would like to achieve the goal of properly organizing & categorizing every single link on WebOasis into an offline spreadsheet.
In order to reach this goal, I'll probably need some help from the community.
If you can help me improve the spreadsheet and update it with the latest links please let me know below.
The spreadsheet is still missing hundreds of links and I'm sure the spreadsheet & links can be better organized / categorized.
Hopefully we got some people who love spreadsheets and don't mind a bit of busy work.
We don't plan on going anywhere anytime soon, but the idea is this spreadsheet will help make us immortal. Even if we go offline or are down, you'll still have all the knowledge at the tip of your fingertips because you saved the offline spreadsheet.
If you have thoughts or suggestions let me know below.
Future Plans -Add dark mode -Make it more mobile friendly -Bigger & more updated database of torrent magnets -Tool to automate DHT crawling and database updates
Features -It is 100% static. -Only needs a web server to be up and running! -It doesn't use a traditional backend database like MySQL. -It doesn't do any computation on the server at all, its all done locally in the users browser. -The server only serves the user html, css, js, and image files. -The massive list of magnets is stored in database.zip and is served via a CDN since its ~35mb. -The script downloads the zip file, unzips on the fly in your browser, and uses that as the database to search. -Keeps all data temporarily in browser memory using https://github.com/sql-js/sql.js -First page load can take 10-15 seconds, but every search and operation after that should be instant.
WebOasis Homepage Has Been Updated! To see changes instantly, clear your browser's cache and click the "Reset All To Default" button in the left popout menu on WebOasis.
Notable Changes: Fixed search engine selection on Chrome based browsers. Restyled search engine drop down menu. Information center in the upper right hand corner has some minor improvements. The computer, browser, and resolution info now links to https://amiunique.org/fp & the IP shown after you click "Show IP" now takes you to https://IPLeak.net
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