How, or what can I browse on IPFS currently?

From @Katamori on Tue Apr 11 2017 00:36:40 GMT+0000 (UTC)

Newcomer here; the demo and the introduction of the project were really promising for me, especially your statements on supporting the developing world and the content creators.

However, as a civilian, it’d be much more worthy for me if I can find some content on your network! Is there any major source for sites and/or “services” currently available on IPFS?

The list of every peer is an amazing feature, yet not the most useful in its current form.

Copied from original issue: https://github.com/ipfs/faq/issues/246

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From @lidel on Tue Apr 11 2017 05:32:04 GMT+0000 (UTC)

Hi, https://github.com/ipfs/awesome-ipfs should be a good starting point.
There is also a recently created discussion forum at https://discuss.ipfs.io, where community can discuss new initiatives (recent example: Minecraft archive on IPFS).

If that matters, I’ve got to find some collection of hashes since I made the issue.

For example, while is likely not “officially” supported, there’s a subreddit dedicated to this task, in fact I submitted there most of the content I could find.

For instance, there already are uploads of jQuery and Bootstrap, for CDN purposes.

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If you’re interested in using IPFS as a CDN for JavaScript purposes, there is a full copy of CDNJS available over IPFS: https://ipfs.io/ipfs/QmRrnfFUgx81KZR9ibEcxDXgevoj9e5DydB5v168yembnX

Comes from https://archives.ipfs.io/ and source for the archive is https://github.com/cdnjs/cdnjs