just a semi-regular reminder that I maintain a list of AP implementations and it sees infrequent update from time to time:
Better lists are available elsewhere such as the Awesome-Fediverse list or the Feneas/Fediverse.Party watchlist for activitypub apps:
Yes that's a grand title, dear fedizens :)
With the enormous rise in popularity of #decentralization we should think to what extent fediverse is applicable. Are we mostly Microblogging++ or can our tech be a true backbone to society?
Think out-of-the-box, join forum discussion. Boosts welcome..
Mission Update. Tune in Feb. 22 at 11am PT (2pm ET/1900 GMT) to hear how @NASAPersevere’s first couple of days on Mars have gone and to see what’s next for the smartest rover on the Red Planet. youtu.be/gYQwuYZbA6o #CountdownToMars pic.twitter.com/Nlw5p2aUkx https://twitter.com/NASAJPL/status/1362956673606852609
"your 8 cents a day" should be contributed back into the digital commons fwiw
🌟 @Solus - Linux distribution aimed at home users
🌟 @thebench - Video channel about radiation, radioactivity and urban exploration
🌟 @catstar - Pictures of cats
🌟 @athenaproductions - Irreverent video blog about mythology, history and culture
🌟 @monviolon - Collection of free/libre sheet music and recordings, mainly traditional
See this post: https://rustedneuron.com/web/statuses/105748123175852813
I think Federated Identities is the missing piece. I should be able to participate in every aspect of the social cloud, while using only one identity for all of them.
(Unless I have some reason to create other identities. Although a dark pattern there is 'Sock Puppets'.)
This makes it simple and it means a video I post on PeerTube can be cross referenced to my Mastodon toots and Lemmy posts, everything linking back to the one identity.
There's one thing I think the #Fediverse is missing: Federated identities.
Let's suppose I have a #Mastodon identity. (I do. I even operate my own Mastodon server so that identity is fully under my control.) But now I want to participate in a different Fediverse activity, say on a Lemmy server – now I have to create a new identity there, one entirely disconnected from my 'main' identity here on Rusted Neuron.
This seems both wasteful and overly complicated from a UI perspective.
don't get me wrong here, I think the project is great and love it wholeheartedly, which is why I run my own instance. the motivation is to see it become something better.
2021 Year of the Interoperable Social Cloud
jonleibowitz.social is a single-user instance!