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Moneropedia: edit Eepsite and Garlic Routing entries

- Typo + grammar (thanks, armadev)

Referencing:
  -monero-project/kovri#256
  -monero-project/monero-site#155
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Is it [**EEP!** *(in response to the site's content)*](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Onomatopoeia), or **end-to-end protocol**, or something else entirely different?
While the original definition of eepsite has been lost with time, its use-case remains: a website or service that is hosted within (and only accessible by) the @I2P network.
While the original definition of eepsite has been lost with time, its use-case remains: an eepsite is a website or service that is hosted within (and only accessible by) the @I2P network.
### In-depth Information
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### Notes
To learn how to setup an Eeepsite (Hidden Service, Garlic Site, Garlic Service) visit the @Kovri [user-guide](https://github.com/monero-project/kovri/blob/master/doc/USER_GUIDE.md).
To learn how to setup an Eepsite (Hidden Service, Garlic Site, Garlic Service) visit the @Kovri [user-guide](https://github.com/monero-project/kovri/blob/master/doc/USER_GUIDE.md).
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### The Basics
The term *Garlic Routing* has a diverse history with various interpretations.
The term *Garlic Routing* has a diverse history of varying interpretations.
As it currently stands, Monero defines *Garlic Routing* as the way @Kovri and @I2P create a message-based anonymous overlay network of internet peers.
As it currently stands, Monero defines *Garlic Routing* as the method in which @Kovri and @I2P create a message-based anonymous overlay network of internet peers.
### History
I written form, the term *Garlic Routing* can be seen as early as June of 2000 in Roger Dingledine's [Free Haven Master's thesis](http://www.freehaven.net/papers.html) (Section 8.1.1) as derived from [Onion Routing](http://www.onion-router.net/).
In written form, the term *Garlic Routing* can be seen as early as June of 2000 in Roger Dingledine's [Free Haven Master's thesis](http://www.freehaven.net/papers.html) (Section 8.1.1) as derived from the term [Onion Routing](http://www.onion-router.net/).
As recent as October of 2016, [#tor-dev](https://oftc.net/WebChat/) has offered insight into the creation of the term:
As recent as October of 2016, [#tor-dev](https://oftc.net/WebChat/) has offered insight into the creation of the term *Garlic Routing*:
Nick Mathewson:
>[I think that there was some attempt to come up with a plant whose structure resembled the 'leaky-pipe' topology of tor, but I don't believe we ever settled on one.]
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### Notes
- Permission received from Nick Mathewson and Roger Dingledine for historical quotes
- For more technical details, read [Garlic Routing](https://geti2p.net/en/docs/how/garlic-routing).
- Permission to use the aforementioned quotes granted by Nick Mathewson and Roger Dingledine
- For more technical details, read [Garlic Routing](https://geti2p.net/en/docs/how/garlic-routing)
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