KEIN community has nothing in common. On the contrary, KEIN.ORG aims to bring people together who would not meet otherwise or under regular circumstances. Instead of a common ground or shared agenda KEIN.ORG is about illegitimate links, unlikely encounters, unexpected collaborations.
KEIN USERS meet on the basis of a virtual infrastructure that is built by them and not for them. There are no technicians or employees to be blamed, but there are teams of volunteering developers, administrators and operators involved who collaborate on an ad-hoc basis. The continuity and quality of service is guaranteed by KEIN users and KEIN collaborators themselves rather than by meaningless certificates.
KEIN.ORG is an open-ended and self-learning environment. It is not inhabited by unencumbered users pampered with promises and fortified by contracts. The goal is rather to deal with dependencies in the most creative ways and, on this basis, multiply experiences, skills, knowledge among those who really use and appreciate KEIN services.
KEIN.ORG collaborates with a variety of institutions, initiatives, groups and individuals from the fields of architecture, fine art, performance art and media art, antifascist activist groups, migrant self-organizations, contemporary dance and choreography, union and labor activists, pop culture, urban research, youth and education, museums and universities - just to name a few of the most obvious categories.
KEIN.ORG is currently hosting more than 500 internet domains, about 200 content management systems and countless mailinglists from 5 to 5000 subscribers, as well as numerous email-accounts.
Although we understand the need, KEIN.ORG is not the place where you can get an anonymous account. We prefer to work with users to whom we have at least a certain relationship. If you are looking for anonymous, automatic email accounts, please have a look at: http://no-log.org or http://riseup.net or related websites!