Sonar is an open source framework to manage, annotate, and full-text search through data including media files. It uses peer-to-peer technology to replicate and share collections. Sonar can be used to easily develop decentralized applications.
What can Sonar be used for?
We imagine a wide range of use cases for Sonar, it is a framework that provides the tools you can use to build upon. Some use cases we explored include: Searchable and replicable media archives, research databases, blogs, archiving and searching of chat logs.
How to run Sonar
Sonar can run on any computer running Linux, Windows, or macOS. It can run on servers, personal computers and tiny machines like a Raspberry Pi.