InfoGalactic is a free and uncensored wiki project, with a deep-linked encyclopedia mirrored (copied) from Wikipedia to be forked (evolved) by customizing articles and adding new content, and original wiki-based sub-projects. IG was started by Vox Day, alt-right author of "SJWs Always Lie: Taking Down the Thought Police".
As an anarcho-progressive atheist Truther they let me do my things uncensored in my corners of the wiki. I know that alt-rights, progressives, and truthers all have MUCH more in common that most know. I've only ever had a problem from "User:Froglich" but he goes away when ignored.
I started this SaidIt sub to focus on articles that aren't on SaidIt for a while then forgotten after a while. SaidIt is as wonderful for uncensored news as InfoGalactic is wonderful for uncensored articles, lists, documentation, and their temporary troubles hosting images seems long past. I have no affiliation nor commitments to them other than they let me do my thing there uncensored. So I invite you all to join and contribute as you see fit.
I'd love add your articles and projects to the following list to evolve it into something less about me and more about "we".
For example I've written most if not all of these articles:
https://infogalactic.com/info/Truther (a very messy, scatterbrained, and incomplete article)
https://infogalactic.com/info/Holly_Seeliger (Zoon Politikon)
I also write/maintain a lot of Open-Source and Decentralized Web articles.
Further, they let me do non-encyclopedic wiki projects that I'm coordinating with our interactive SaidIt community too:
TrutherTop20s on InfoGalactic
TrutherTop20s on SaidIt
SaidIt covered on InfoGalactic
InfoGalactic covered on SaidIt
InfoGalactic 'community' on InfoGalactic
Does SaidIt have a central square/tea room?
I'm still working on these projects:
https://infogalactic.com/info/Trutherism_101 (This is next week, my big project.)
https://infogalactic.com/info/Audio_&_Video_Samples_Database (delayed indefinitely when they had image hosting issues)
https://infogalactic.com/info/User:JasonCarswell/Open_Screenwriting_Projects (delayed for more pressing projects)
If you know of better alternative solutions to Wikipedia and InfoGalactic I'm all ears. Everipedia.org is one I've got my eye on and wonder if it will live up to its promise or be another trap.