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mastodon - Your self-hosted, globally interconnected microblogging community

  •    Ruby

Mastodon is a free, open-source social network server based on open web protocols like ActivityPub and OStatus. The social focus of the project is a viable decentralized alternative to commercial social media silos that returns the control of the content distribution channels to the people. The technical focus of the project is a good user interface, a clean REST API for 3rd party apps and robust anti-abuse tools. Ruby on Rails is used for the back-end, while React.js and Redux are used for the dynamic front-end. A static front-end for public resources (profiles and statuses) is also provided.

writefreely - A simple, federated blogging platform. Written in Go.

  •    Javascript

WriteFreely is a beautifully pared-down blogging platform that's simple on the surface, yet powerful underneath. It's designed to be flexible and share your writing widely, so it's built around plain text and can publish to the fediverse via ActivityPub. It's easy to install and light enough to run on a Raspberry Pi.

Plume - Federated blogging application, thanks to ActivityPub

  •    Rust

Federated blogging engine, based on ActivityPub. It uses the Rocket framework, and Diesel to interact with the database. It is not yet ready for production use, but we have all the basic features (account management, blogs, articles, comments, etc) and a basic federation.

Pixelfed - Federated Image Sharing (WIP)

  •    PHP

PixelFed is a federated social image sharing platform, similar to Instagram. Federation is done using the ActivityPub protocol, which is used by Mastodon, PeerTube, Pleroma, and more. Through ActivityPub PixelFed can share and interact with these platforms, as well as other instances of PixelFed.




misskey - A planet of fediverse βœ¨πŸ’πŸš€βœ¨

  •    Vue

Sophisticated microblogging platform, evolving forever. Easiest way to tell your emotions. Misskey allows you to add various type of reactions to other’s post. The emotional experience on Misskey will never be on other SNSs which only able to push “likes”.

Lemmy - Building a federated alternative to reddit in rust

  •    Rust

Lemmy is a link aggregator / reddit clone for the fediverse. Lemmy is similar to sites like Reddit, Lobste.rs, Raddle, or Hacker News: you subscribe to forums you're interested in, post links and discussions, then vote, and comment on them. Behind the scenes, it is very different; anyone can easily run a server, and all these servers are federated (think email), and connected to the same universe, called the Fediverse.

cobalt - An open-source self-hosted YouTube alternative

  •    Ruby

An open-source self-hosted YouTube alternative. Subscribe to other users on other servers using ActivityPub. Reduced bandwidth costs for server owners via WebTorrent. Status: Very early prototyping phase, experimental. Don't use.

Kroeg - An ActivityPub server in C#

  •    CSharp

Noun (plural kroegen, diminutive kroegje) - (informal) a pub. A reference implementation for ActivityPub.


little-boxes - Tiny ActivityPub framework written in Python, both database and server agnostic.

  •    Python

Tiny ActivityPub framework written in Python, both database and server agnostic. Still in early development, and not published on PyPI yet.

microblog.pub - A self-hosted, single-user, ActivityPub powered microblog.

  •    Python

A self-hosted, single-user, ActivityPub powered microblog. Still in early development.

activity - ActivityStreams & ActivityPub in golang, oh my!

  •    Go

This repository supports vgo and is remotely verifiable. This library is biased. It forgoes understanding JSON-LD in exchange for static typing. It provides a large amount of default behavior to let Social, Federated, or both kinds of ActivityPub applications just work.

pubcast - An experimental ActivityPub based podcasting platform.

  •    Go

An experimental (Read: not-usable or in anyway done) distributed/federated podcasting platform based on ActivityPub. Ensure that you're using go11 with go-modules turned on.

Read.as - Long-form ActivityPub-enabled reader.

  •    Go

Read.as is a free and open-source long-form reader built on open web protocols (specifically ActivityPub). It helps you gather and curate things to read in a peaceful space. It's written in Go (golang), and aims to use (minimal) plain Javascript on the frontend.

rustodon - A Mastodon-compatible, ActivityPub-speaking server in Rust

  •    Rust

Rustodon is an Mastodon-compatible federated social microblogging server. It utilizes ActivityPub to federate with a constellation of other servers, connecting their communities with yours. You probably don't want to use this, yet. Federation is WIP, UI is WIP, we don't have timelines, etc.

littr.go - Link aggregator inspired by reddit using ActivityPub federation.

  •    Go

This project represents a new attempt at the social link aggregator paradigm. It leverages the ActivityPub web specification for social networking and uses federation to prevent some of the problems that exist currently in similar communities.

peerpx - (wip) PeerPx server

  •    Go

PeerPx will be an alternative to @500px or @Flickr except that it will be open-source, decentralized and federated. You will be able to easily create your own PeerPx instance (or create an account on somebody else instance) and exchange with anybody, even if he is not on the same PeerPx instance than you.

Activity-Relay - Yet another powerful customizable ActivityPub relay server written in Go.

  •    Go

Yet another powerful customizable ActivityPub relay server written in Go.

mastodon-instances - Mastodon instances list

  •    Javascript

This is the source code for the Mastodon instances list at instances.social.

aardwolf - Powering connected social communities with open software.

  •    Rust

Aardwolf, building social communities with open software. If you are unfamiliar with GitHub (nice to have you here!), the document you are reading currently is the main README.md, and serves as a general index for the Aardwolf Project.

apcore - Golang ActivityPub Server Framework

  •    Go

apcore is a powerful single server ActivityPub framework for performant Fediverse applications. It is built on top of the go-fed/activity suite of libraries, which means it can readily allow application developers to iterate and leverage new ActivityStreams or RDF vocabularies.