Etebase started out as the backend powering EteSync, and became standalone to help other developers build secure and privacy respecting applications.
The name Etebase comes from End-to-End (Encrypted) Base. Because Etebase is the end-to-end encrypted place for all of your data.
We strongly believe that your data is yours only, and that end-to-end encryption is the best way to ensure this remains this way. This is why we created Etebase, to make end-to-end encryption available for everyone, but making it easy to build end-to-end encrypted applications.
Who are we?
Etebase was created by Tom, aka tasn, (more info on his website) and a variety of contributors.
We are a European company with servers in Europe, and we follow the strict European privacy laws.
If you would like to contact us regarding a private matter, you can do so by email. If your email contains sensitive or private information, please encrypt it using the PGP with the key listed below.
Code of Conduct
Click here for more information on our code of conduct.
For secure email, or verifying our signed releases, please use the following key: 0x9E21F091FC395F366A4743E2D2E584C37C477933
Interested in writing about us, or would like to learn more?
Please email us at email@example.com
Credit and Attribution
Etebase is open-source software and is made possible thanks to the works of many contributors and open-source projects. For more information please check out our source code repositories.
The following individuals have contributed to Etebase in one way or another. Be it translations, patches or other contributions that have helped making Etebase better. This list is incomplete, so please, if you should be here and aren't, let us know!
- Tal Hacohen
- Daniel Zaoui
- Demetris Charalambous
- Daria Szatan
- Wired Dude
- Paul K
- Stefano Guandalini (@guandalf)
- Adam Garrett-Harris
- Dan Vittegleo
- Ben Boeckel (@mathstuf)
- Jayanth R. Varma (@jrvarma)
- Stuart Pook (@stuart12)
- Jerbi Nessim
- Tommy Webb (@t-m-w)
- Marius Lindvall
- Audun Evensen
- Tal Leibman