Alexis Sellier & Eleftherios Diakomichalis: Radicle – The Decentralized Platform for Code Collaboration

Radicle is a decentralized platform for code collaboration. It’s built on Git and is an open-source decentralized alternative to platforms like GitHub. Tools like Radicle are an essential component of the decentralized technology stack and will enable DAOs to commit code through governance. 

Co-founders Alexis Sellier & Eleftherios Diakomichalis joined us to chat about why they felt it was important to create Radicle and how it fits into the DAO ecosystem with a more accessible governance system of code.

Topics covered in this episode:

– What Radicle is and the vision they are pursuing
– After both working on Soundcloud, the lessons that were carried over to this project
– The Cathedral vs Bazaar model
– Git usage with the tool
– The technical architecture of Radicle
– The other differences between Radicle and GitHub
– Storage and replicating solutions between peers
– How Radicle promotes open source sustainability
– Ethereum integration with the tool

Episode links: 

– [Radicle website](
– [Radicle docs](
– [Radicle on Twitter](
– [Alexis on Twitter](
– [Eleftherios on Twitter](

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