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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.

hunter - A Elixir client for Mastodon, a GNU Social compatible micro-blogging service

  •    Elixir

Please read CONTRIBUTING.md for details on the process for submitting pull request to us. Please read CODE_OF_CONDUCT.md for details on our code of conduct.

wordpress-ostatus - An OStatus plugin for WordPress

  •    PHP

A bundle of plugins that turns your blog into your private federated social network. OStatus for Wordpress turns your blog into a federated social network. This means you can share and talk to everyone using the OStatus protocol, including users of Status.net/Identi.ca, gnu.social, Friendica and Mastodon.

microstatus - Lightweight Mastodon- and GNU social-compatible OStatus and ActivityPub server implementation

  •    Rust

microstatus is a lightweight Mastodon- and GNU social-compatible OStatus and ActivityPub server implementation. microstatus is still under active design and not yet ready for mainstream usage.




socialnode - a federated social network

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WIP - Still in early stage development.

go-quitter - Experimental GNU Social ( statusnet ) client and library

  •    Go

To avoid storing the password in plaintext, go-quitter saves an encrypted config file at ~/.go-quitter, if it gets messed up just delete it and make a new one. You can switch config files on the fly using the environmental variable GNUSOCIALPATH. Next time you run it, it will ask for your config password. I like to keep it blank so I just hit ENTER.