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pump.io is a stream server that does most of what people really want from a social network. You post anything and my followers see it. It is an alternative to twitter. You can post almost anything that can be represented with activity streams -- short or long text, bookmarks, images, video, audio, events, geo checkins. You can follow friends, create lists of people, and so on.
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.
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”.
A modern AS2 php library. At the moment, only the object model type is partially implemented. I look forward to getting this feature complete by the end of summer 2017. Lets create a basic object model and echo the response to a json encoded string.
Contributions to this specification are governed by the W3C IPR Policy. Pull requests will be accepted only if the submitter is a current member of the W3C Social WG but issues can be opened by anyone. Please report your implementations and test results as a pull request on a new file in implementation-reports, using the format of template.md.
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.
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.
It uses CRDTs to reduce the need for locks. The bull option determines if activity fanout is done over a bull queue or synchronous. The firehose option allows you to listen to feed changes in realtime using Faye.