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|Type of site||Sharing, Social networking|
|Available language(s)||Catalan, Chinese, Dutch, English, Esperanto, French, Galician, German, Greek, Italian, Portuguese, Spanish|
|Created by||Christophe Ruelle|
The site is designed for both authors/artists and families/friends, and allows publishing and sharing in the same space of various types of digital content such as: blogs, photos, videos and audio files.
ipernity won the 2nd Open Web Awards in Photo Sharing category in December 2008.
ipernity is a project established in 2005 by two French programmers:
- Christophe Ruelle, co-founder of Voila (a search engine bought by France Telecom in 1998) and eStat (a site-centric traffic measurement system)
- Christian Conti, co-founder of Respublica (a French-speaking online community, bought by Libertysurf/Tiscali in 2000)
The project has been created with the help of information technology to allow anyone to maintain their digital life permanently in one place.
ipernity was developed in Sophia Antipolis and required 2 years of programming and testing. On May 2006, an alpha version of the site went online. ipernity was updated to a beta release in April 2007.
ipernity is designed for:
- authors/artists wanting to promote their digital work to all users of the internet
- families/friends for private use of their digital content
It is particularly appreciated by the photographic community. 
ipernity receives an average of 95,000 visitors per day. 
ipernity allows the publishing and sharing of :
Several upload methods are available. 
Tags and geotags
Authors and visitors may tag every content :
Protection of rights
ipernity includes Creative Commons licenses.
All contents published on ipernity may be pushed to feed third-party services such as RSS/Atom readers, personalized start pages (Netvibes, iGoogle...), ,social-bookmarking services like del.icio.us...
- ↑ From Go2Web20.net: Flickr clone(?) with some Stronger Features!
- ↑ From Photography Bay: 7 alternatives to flickr
- ↑ From techiequest.com: ipernity - Flickr clone with more features
- ↑ From Esperanto-USA magazine: ipernity
- ↑ From Libera folio: ipernity hopes for 2 million esperanto-speakers
- ↑ From Photografr.com: ipernity groups
- ↑ Ipernity yea, Flickr nay?
- ↑ No censorship @ ipernity
- ↑ ipernity.com web stats
- ↑ From Mashable.com: ipernity launches blog site with cool media upload tool
- ↑ The ipernity API is now open. Champagne! by Team Ipernity
- (English) www.ipernity.com
- (English) Article about Ipernity being listed on Euronext Parisel:Ipernity