ZeroNet, a serverless P2P network that uses Bitcoin cryptography and BitTorrent technology, may be the first real, usable prototype of a decentralized web.
BitTorrent users can download files directly from other users, without needing a central server. The BitTorrent technology for distributed file storage and peer-to-peer transfers, one of the biggest developments in Internet technology since the Web itself, opens the way to a distributed, fully decentralized Internet.
Here's an example how to publish a serverless Git repository:
Note: Only private key owner can push, sign and publish changes. However other users can clone repositories even if internet connection is offline.
Create a new site as described here
Make a mirror of your existing repository
git clone --mirror $PATH_TO_YOUR_ORIGINAL_REPO
Clone mirrored repository to any other directory
git clone $ZERONET_DIR/data/$SITE_ADDRESS/$REPO_NAME.git
Set up your post-update hook for "dumb http"
mv post-update.sample post-update
Make any minor change (e.g. add one line to a >>README.md file)
echo "" >>README.md
Commit and push your changes
git commit -a -m "Technical commit"
Sign and publish site changes as described here.
Now you can clone your repository from ZeroNet
git clone http://127.0.0.1:43110/$REPO_NAME.git