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Plugin for #WordPress to expose both NodeInfo and NodeInfo2 documents!

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#federation #fediverse
 

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Plugin for #WordPress to expose both NodeInfo and NodeInfo2 documents!

https://wordpress.org/plugins/nodeinfo/

#federation #fediverse
 
Das #ZDF klärt nicht auf, sondern macht einfach nur flach Werbung für geschlossene Dienste. Man sollte ein wenig mehr erwarten können vom #Qualitätsjournalismus öffentlich rechtlicher Anstalten. #google+ #Exodus #federation
 

Weil es interessant ist


https://dspr.io/posts/570f9740b8710136058b0242ac120003
Gedanken eine GPlusRefugees zum Umstieg
#diaspora #foss #federation #fediverse #friendica #hubzilla #gnusocial #community #vorschlag #gedanken #gplusrefugee #olaftestet #kritk
 

Weil es interessant ist


https://dspr.io/posts/570f9740b8710136058b0242ac120003
Gedanken eine GPlusRefugees zum Umstieg
#diaspora #foss #federation #fediverse #friendica #hubzilla #gnusocial #community #vorschlag #gedanken #gplusrefugee #olaftestet #kritk
 
♲ Nextcloud 📱☁️💻 (nextcloud@mastodon.xyz):
Hey Mastodonians, #GNUSocial citizens and others! Gear up for tens of millions of Nextcloud users spread over several 100K servers who can now join the #fediverse in just one click!

Join the global social network!
https://nextcloud.com/blog/nextcloud-introduces-social-features-joins-the-fediverse/
#mastodon #selfhosting #federation
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From site:
Nextcloud Social is a new app in alpha testing! It is currently developing deeper ActivityPub integration so you can connect with other federated social networks: Hubzilla, Mastodon, Pleroma, Peertube, PixelFed. Diaspora* protocol will add support for SocialHome and others! This kind of integration has been discussed many times!

https://help.nextcloud.com/t/testers-needed-nextcloud-social-federating-with-activitypub-and-diaspora-social-networks/42813
#nextcloud #network #mastodon #diaspora #federation #testing #peertube #pixelfed #hubzilla
 
From site:
Nextcloud Social is a new app in alpha testing! It is currently developing deeper ActivityPub integration so you can connect with other federated social networks: Hubzilla, Mastodon, Pleroma, Peertube, PixelFed. Diaspora* protocol will add support for SocialHome and others! This kind of integration has been discussed many times!
https://help.nextcloud.com/t/testers-needed-nextcloud-social-federating-with-activitypub-and-diaspora-social-networks/42813
#nextcloud #network #mastodon #diaspora #federation #testing #peertube #pixelfed #hubzilla
 

#Federation (also known as #Decentralisation) is when, instead of one big site, you have lots of smaller independent sites that talk to each other.


Here's a short non-technical article about why federated services are a good idea, and how all of us use them all the time (even if we don't realise it):

https://switching.social/federated-sites/

The idea of federated social media like Mastodon, Diaspora, PeerTube etc is to give users more control over their social network and personal data.

#AlternativesAtoZ
 
Is support for following/communicating with OStatus sites coming to Diaspora? #ostatus #federation
 
Bild/Fotoalysonsee (Hz) wrote the following post Sun, 25 Nov 2018 00:11:04 +0100

The Mystery of the Missing & Late Cross-Platform Posts
!{support@zotadel.net}
!{disroot@hub.disroot.org}

Fellow Hubzillans, I apologize in advance for combining so many questions into one post. I'm super confused and frustrated but I don't understand cross-platform #federation well enough to know what to be frustrated with or how to tease these issues apart. Yesterday, I wanted to test #hubzilla notifications of "mentions" from multiple platforms. So, I created posts mentioning this Hubzilla account from my #diaspora, #mastodon, #friendica, and #osada accounts. In case it matters, note that my Hubzilla account has a two-way connection with each of these other accounts. Skip to the bottom for my questions.

Results of posting and mentioning from different platforms:

Diaspora: The post from @alysonsee (D*) showed up in my Hubzilla feed quickly, as did a notification of the mention. The comment I made on it from my Friendica account ( @alysonsee (Fca) ) also appeared in my Hubzilla feed and I got a notification of the mention the Fca account made of the Hz account. That's good news. What's weird is that my comment from Fca showed up only once from the perspective of D\* account and my Hz account but showed up TWICE for @boet 's Hubzilla account--delivered once via Friendica and once via ActivityPub. In fact, a number of Hubzilla users have reported seeing some Friendica comments twice in threads lately. (Original post is here: https://joindiaspora.com/posts/bb8dfac0d17e0136d1f50218b70db60d . Hub.disroot.org's copy is here: https://hub.disroot.org/display/0b6b25a8-975b-f84d-2905-a68965841276 )

Mastodon: It took nearly a day for my post from @alysonsee to show up in my Hubzilla feed. But it eventually did, along with the reply from my Osada account, which strangely came in over ActivityPub rather than Zot. However, I got no notifications for the mentions in the original Mastodon post or the Osada comment. @Mike Macgirvin has recently added a fix for "mention" notifications from ActivityPub events which will likely go out in Hubzilla v4. So, the only real frustration here is that it took so fracking long for the post to arrive on hub.disroot.org--especially in comparison to posts from my canine.cloud Mastodon account (which show up within a minute) and that account is only a one-way connection (from Hz to the canine.cloud account). (Original post is here: https://mastodon.social/@alysonsee/101121457630580628 )

Friendica: It has been over a day and my post from @alysonsee (Fca) still has not shown up in my Hubzilla feed. In fact, if I look from my Hubzilla account at the "Recent Activity" on that connection over the last couple of months, the content is very spotty. Some "likes" are there but not all. Some "comments" are there but not all. The last post that came through was 2 months ago, shortly after I connected the two accounts, which means that it has missed 5 other posts. My Hubzilla clone account (on hub.libranet.de) only has one of my Fca account's posts from the last 2 months, but a different one than the one my primary Hubzilla account has. Strangely, @boet received my Friendica test post in his Hubzilla feed straight away--in fact, faster than he gets my hub.disroot.org posts. Even my Mastodon and Osada accounts received the post and were able to comment on it. Also, I have received posts from other libranet.de (Friendica) users in my hub.disroot.org feed. So, why are the posts from my Fca account missing in my Hz feed?

Osada: My Osada post showed up in my Hubzilla feed pretty quickly but via ActivityPub. I mean, that's fine. I just would have expected Zot --> Zot would be the default. It also means that my Hz account didn't get a "mention" notification. Also, it didn't show up in my Hubzilla clone's feed. My Friendica account saw it and was able to comment on it. But that was about an hour ago and the comment still hasn't shown up in my Hubzilla feed (primary or clone).

One last tidbit: After a couple of hours of trying these different combos, hub.disroot.org went down for at least 12 hours. (I went to bed and so stopped trying until morning.)

So, to recap:
(1) Why do comments from Friendica show up twice in threads (delivered once via Friendica and once via ActivityPub)? (I don't know for sure, but I'm guessing that these comments are coming from users on an Fca instance running the dev branch implementation of ActivityPub. Tagging @Michael Vogel because I think that's his area. )
(2) Why did my mastodon.social post take nearly a day to arrive on hub.disroot.org? Is that a hub.disroot.org problem or a mastodon.social problem?
(3) On a related note, why does it take about 24 hours for my hub.disroot.org Hubzilla posts to be delivered to @boet ? Is that a hub.disroot.org problem or a nexxt.social problem?
(4) Why can other Hubzilla users get my libranet.de Friendica posts and my hub.disroot.org Hz account can see others' libranet.de Fca posts but my hub.disroot.com Hz account can't see my libranet.de Fca posts?
(5) If my Hubzilla primary and clone accounts can receive one post from a Friendica connection, then why don't they get all of them?
(6) On a related note, if my Hubzilla clone can receive one post from a one-way Mastodon connection, then why doesn't it get all of them? Or, for that matter, why doesn't it get the posts from a two-way connection on a different Mastodon instance?
(7) Why does my Hubzilla account get posts from Osada via ActivityPub rather than Zot?
(8) How many of these behaviors could be related to my primary Hubzilla instance being at v3.6.1?
 
When I look at my Friendica statistics about the fediverse and federation, play a little with the numbers of
#Friendica, #diaspora , #red, #hubzilla, #GNUSocial , #PostActiv #StatusNet, #Mastodon, #Pleroma, #socialhome, #ganggo and additional from the-federation.info #Misskey #Osada

my server sees over 4000 servers and around 2.600.000 accounts.

But there are accounts and servers my server and the-federation.info don't see.

My guess how bit the #federation and #fediverse is around
Accounts: 3.500.000
Servers : 5.000


What is your guess?
 




I thought of trying to fit in the logos of all the federation software on this drawing I made three years ago. (You can find the high resolution file here).

Diaspora and Friendica is already there - I have Hubzilla, Mastodon, Gsocial... and then I can't remember if there are others? Anyone who can?

(G+ might also soon be obsolete so what can that be substituted with? Smapchat maybe?

#theFederation #federation #diaspora #hubzilla #Friendica #Mastodon #gsocial #art #mywork #drawing #krita
 
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I thought of trying to fit in the logos of all the federation software on this drawing I made three years ago. (You can find the high resolution file here).

Diaspora and Friendica is already there - I have Hubzilla, Mastodon, Gsocial... and then I can't remember if there are others? Anyone who can?

(G+ might also soon be obsolete so what can that be substituted with? Smapchat maybe?

#theFederation #federation #diaspora #hubzilla #Friendica #Mastodon #gsocial #art #mywork #drawing #krita
 
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Bild/Foto
I thought of trying to fit in the logos of all the federation software on this drawing I made three years ago. (You can find the high resolution file here).

Diaspora and Friendica is already there - I have Hubzilla, Mastodon, Gsocial... and then I can't remember if there are others? Anyone who can?

(G+ might also soon be obsolete so what can that be substituted with? Smapchat maybe?

#theFederation #federation #diaspora #hubzilla #Friendica #Mastodon #gsocial #art #mywork #drawing #krita
 

The Mystery of the Missing & Late Cross-Platform Posts


!{support@zotadel.net}
!{disroot@hub.disroot.org}

Fellow Hubzillans, I apologize in advance for combining so many questions into one post. I'm super confused and frustrated but I don't understand cross-platform #federation well enough to know what to be frustrated with or how to tease these issues apart. Yesterday, I wanted to test #hubzilla notifications of "mentions" from multiple platforms. So, I created posts mentioning this Hubzilla account from my #diaspora, #mastodon, #friendica, and #osada accounts. In case it matters, note that my Hubzilla account has a two-way connection with each of these other accounts. Skip to the bottom for my questions.

Results of posting and mentioning from different platforms:

Diaspora: The post from @alysonsee (D*) showed up in my Hubzilla feed quickly, as did a notification of the mention. The comment I made on it from my Friendica account ( @alysonsee (Fca) ) also appeared in my Hubzilla feed and I got a notification of the mention the Fca account made of the Hz account. That's good news. What's weird is that my comment from Fca showed up only once from the perspective of D\* account and my Hz account but showed up TWICE for @BOET 's Hubzilla account--delivered once via Friendica and once via ActivityPub. In fact, a number of Hubzilla users have reported seeing some Friendica comments twice in threads lately. (Original post is here: https://joindiaspora.com/posts/bb8dfac0d17e0136d1f50218b70db60d . Hub.disroot.org's copy is here: https://hub.disroot.org/display/0b6b25a8-975b-f84d-2905-a68965841276 )

Mastodon: It took nearly a day for my post from @alysonsee to show up in my Hubzilla feed. But it eventually did, along with the reply from my Osada account, which strangely came in over ActivityPub rather than Zot. However, I got no notifications for the mentions in the original Mastodon post or the Osada comment. @Mike Macgirvin has recently added a fix for "mention" notifications from ActivityPub events which will likely go out in Hubzilla v4. So, the only real frustration here is that it took so fracking long for the post to arrive on hub.disroot.org--especially in comparison to posts from my canine.cloud Mastodon account (which show up within a minute) and that account is only a one-way connection (from Hz to the canine.cloud account). (Original post is here: https://mastodon.social/@alysonsee/101121457630580628 )

Friendica: It has been over a day and my post from @alysonsee (Fca) still has not shown up in my Hubzilla feed. In fact, if I look from my Hubzilla account at the "Recent Activity" on that connection over the last couple of months, the content is very spotty. Some "likes" are there but not all. Some "comments" are there but not all. The last post that came through was 2 months ago, shortly after I connected the two accounts, which means that it has missed 5 other posts. My Hubzilla clone account (on hub.libranet.de) only has one of my Fca account's posts from the last 2 months, but a different one than the one my primary Hubzilla account has. Strangely, @BOET received my Friendica test post in his Hubzilla feed straight away--in fact, faster than he gets my hub.disroot.org posts. Even my Mastodon and Osada accounts received the post and were able to comment on it. Also, I have received posts from other libranet.de (Friendica) users in my hub.disroot.org feed. So, why are the posts from my Fca account missing in my Hz feed?

Osada: My Osada post showed up in my Hubzilla feed pretty quickly but via ActivityPub. I mean, that's fine. I just would have expected Zot --> Zot would be the default. It also means that my Hz account didn't get a "mention" notification. Also, it didn't show up in my Hubzilla clone's feed. My Friendica account saw it and was able to comment on it. But that was about an hour ago and the comment still hasn't shown up in my Hubzilla feed (primary or clone).

One last tidbit: After a couple of hours of trying these different combos, hub.disroot.org went down for at least 12 hours. (I went to bed and so stopped trying until morning.)

So, to recap:
(1) Why do comments from Friendica show up twice in threads (delivered once via Friendica and once via ActivityPub)? (I don't know for sure, but I'm guessing that these comments are coming from users on an Fca instance running the dev branch implementation of ActivityPub. Tagging @Michael Vogel because I think that's his area. )
(2) Why did my mastodon.social post take nearly a day to arrive on hub.disroot.org? Is that a hub.disroot.org problem or a mastodon.social problem?
(3) On a related note, why does it take about 24 hours for my hub.disroot.org Hubzilla posts to be delivered to @BOET ? Is that a hub.disroot.org problem or a nexxt.social problem?
(4) Why can other Hubzilla users get my libranet.de Friendica posts and my hub.disroot.org Hz account can see others' libranet.de Fca posts but my hub.disroot.com Hz account can't see > my

libranet.de Fca posts?
(5) If my Hubzilla primary and clone accounts can receive one post from a Friendica connection, then why don't they get all of them?
(6) On a related note, if my Hubzilla clone can receive one post from a one-way Mastodon connection, then why doesn't it get all of them? Or, for that matter, why doesn't it get the posts from a two-way connection on a different Mastodon instance?
(7) Why does my Hubzilla account get posts from Osada via ActivityPub rather than Zot?
(8) How many of these behaviors could be related to my primary Hubzilla instance being at v3.6.1?
 
Hello #Diaspora, there is a new server online, it seems to be run/frequented by some #gab people, so be careful and adjust your blocks if needed.
URL is social.nobodyhasthe.biz

Some swastikas and other hateful stuff being there to see if you got to community on the start page.

#Friendica, #Mastodon and #Diaspora are affected, so #Federation and #Fediverse.
 
ActivityPub support in Friendica
At this point AP implementation is still a work in progress. Although many parts already charmingly work.
ActivityPub support in Friendica – friendica
#Friendica #WeAreFamily #Fediverse #Federation #ActivityPub #AP
 

Divided Power


by David Spriggs




seen at Kraftwerk Berlin.

Formations of shape and colour are suspended in time and then extended three-dimensionally in space through the use of strata of transparent two-dimensional planes, creating a pseudo Cartesian space.

"A lot of work is doom and gloom and there is no feeling in it. [...] You can still have beauty and have conceptual meaning."


David Spriggs

#dividedpower #installation #installationart #contemporary #contemporaryart #art #exposition #berlinatonal #berlinatonal2017 #kraftwerkberlin #davidspriggs #federation #inspiration #relate
 
Dear friend of #hubzilla,

I am still new to the #federation and I am still learning, I am really interested in hubzilla however the first time I tried I felt quite confused and I quickly closed my account.

But now it has been a while that I am testing #diaspora and #friendica and I had also time to learn more about hubzilla as well.

So I would like to try again with hubzilla and I need #help in order to find a good #hub to start. I am quite convinced to have selected a wrong one the first time but this time I want select the right one.

Thus any #suggestion on how finding the #best hub for your needs is absolutely welcome!

Thanks in advance! 🍺
 

hashtags and other centralized features in the decentralized world


i came across a comment form @Mike Macgirvin in this discussion that worries me:

#federation #centralized #decentralized

Bild/FotoMike Macgirvin wrote the following post Thu, 15 Nov 2018 00:30:39 +0530

Because you have to find them all. Content relays collect and store all content on the network (or at least all the sites which opt-in). Then subscribers subscribe to tags from that content and these tagged messages are relayed to all of them. These central nodes are ripe for the picking. Facebook doesn't need to run a fediverse service and deal with all the users. They only need to run a relay and they've got all the public content on the network.

Friendica's approach is different - sort of. All sites can be tag relays, but you still have to find all sites serving the '#foo' tag so that you can follow them all. Interestingly, Friendica sites scan everything that happens in the fediverse and probe every single site to find out what it is and what it does - and whether you like it or not. Even private and off-grid sites are added to the statistics. I've actually installed Friendica "counter-measures" on some of my own (private) sites to block this activity. It's gotten to the point that it's creepy. I'm not saying Friendica has become unethical, but what this provides is a blueprint for how a Google-like service could hoover up the entire fediverse.

Anyway this trend is probably unstoppable because people want all of the benefits of a large provider in a decentralised service. Some of these are pretty far down the slippery slope and you may wake up one day to find we've created exactly the thing we tried to escape. I understand the desire and realise that it may be inevitable, but I have to put a stake in the ground in the places where I see a conflict with my own ethics.

To be fair, Hubzilla has centralised directory services. I've tried to create these ethically and restrict the information they consume and give people the permission controls to hide their profile details from these entities if they desire.

Eventually there is going to be a fediverse-wide directory and it won't have any access controls because few services have implemented a working permission/rights framework. I'm already regretting playing a part in helping to make this possible. When it happens, most of you will forget or never even be aware that we once provided a way to do this in a way we thought was ethical.
 
♲ hoergen@horche.demkontinuum.de:
Kurz-Tutorial - Friendica: Blocken - Einklappen und unsichtbar machen

#friendica #FriendicaTipps #friendicatips #Friendicatorial #federation #fediverse #howto #screencast
 

Frage: Wie erkenne ich als normaler Diaspora Nutzer ob auf meinen Pod die Nutzung von Relay-Servern aktiviert ist?


An sich sollen ja die Diaspora-Server (Pods) öffentliche Server untereinander weiterleiten. Da es dabei sehr davon abhängt wie viele Accounts auf einen Pod sind und wie innerhalb des Diaspora-Netzes vernetzt sind wurden die Relay-Server installiert, deren Nutzung aber von den Betreibern der Diaspora Server soweit ich weiß explizit aktiviert werden muss. Meine Frage ist nun wie ich als normaler Benutzer erkenne ob diese Funktion auf einen Pod aktiviert ist oder nicht?

Hintergrund dieser Frage ist ein kleiner Austausch via PN über meinen Account @Rabenvogel auf nerdpol.ch bei welchen ich vor 12 Tagen den ersten und bisher einzigen öffentlichen Beitrag eingestellt habe, welcher jedoch bis heute auf verschiedenen Pods auf denen ich Accounts habe nicht sichtbar ist.

Tags: #de #frage #diaspora #öffentliche-beiträge #relay-server #federation #sichtbarkeit #2018-11-12
 
Neue besser, der Podcast Folge: Pleroma #S01E05
Das freie dezentrale soziale Netzwerk Pleroma macht den Anfang in unserer Kategorie "Twitter-ähnliche" Netzwerke. Oder wie man sie eigentlich nennen sollte "Microblogging" Netzwerke. Zu Gast ist lain,der Pleroma erfunden hat und kontinuierlich mit anderen zusammen weiterentwickelt

https://besser.demkontinuum.de/2018/11/pleroma-s01e05 #pleroma #Fediverse #Federation #social networks #Erlang #Elixir #decentralize #DecentralizeIT #WeareFamily #FLOSS #OSS #Mastodon #Android #iOS
 
In case you missed it, there's a non-technical explanation of federation/decentralisation on switching.social:

https://switching.social/federated-sites/

It's aimed at people who have no prior knowledge. If you know someone who is confused by how a decentralised platform works (for example Diaspora compared to Facebook), you might want to send them this link.

#Decentralisation #Decentralization #Federation #FederatedNetworks #Fediverse
 
#hubzilla #federation #following

when i thought my #odyssey across social networks -- federated of course -- was over i found that i'd messed up things by following D* contacts from different incarnations of my hubzilla identity, on different hubs. bleh...

means i had to create another channel, a different identity on hubz which, of course, has no contacts anymore. i really appreciate the trouble some of you have taken by following me this far, from here to there and somewhere else.

the "me" i'm posting from now, phani00 @ diasp.org will remain, so not everything is lost, but my new alter-ego at hubzilla, phani @ hub.phanisvara.com, a.k.a. phani (Hubzilla), is going to add most of you to his/my contact list again. i'll be able to follow you even without you adding me back -- as long as your posts are public.

therefore my request to those of you who switched to limited posting: please do add me back. otherwise i won't be able to see what you say 🙁
 

Using Friendica as a bridge between Federation and Fediverse.

Hello all,

I am, like many, a #gplusrefugee . However, I'm also a #roleplayer , and G+ was a nice haven for a lot of my peers.

Following the announcement of the G+ demise, a lot of them settled elsewhere: MeWe, Diaspora, Mastodon.

While MeWe seems to be the community's favorite, there are... issues with it, that have been explained elsewhere.

So, my choice was between Diaspora and Mastodon.

I already set up more than one mastodon account outside this world: one on `dice.camp`, a Mastodon node set up by Dungeon World author Sage La Torra and already inhabited by some fellow Gplussers. Some folks opened `tabletop.social` .

Me, I moved to Diaspora instead, and found it quite cool mainly because it indeed is, but also because I'm not really fond with the twitter-like setup of Mastodon (I'm told that pleroma variant allows for longer messages, but still...) . I love its interface and its features. However, it can't talk with Fediverse and Gnusocial world. Bear in mind that I'm not dissing Diaspora: if I hadn't a lot of contacts on Mastodon, I wouldn't have considered Friendica, and as I stated before, won't delete my D* account anytime soon. It's a great network. However, I'd like to aggregate both worlds.

Enter Friendica

Friendica, other than being a social network in itself, allows for interoperability between Federation and Fediverse. I can follow folks on Diaspora and Mastodon and see their posts. In turn, they can see mine and a sort of two-way communication can be enabled. It is far from perfect, tho': interface is somewhat less intuitive than Diaspora's, you don't get to see diaspora tags and the like. That's why I keep other accounts open: to check out public flows on Fediverse/Federation and check whether there are folks worthy adding or old acquaintances / g+ refugees that entered this brave, new world.

There are few wrinkles, but somehow this workflow sort of works, and that's a good thing. I'm missing G+ less and less every day. I can keepn touch with folks on different systems. And that's the good thing for me, the plus that keeps me choosing Friendica as my main driver.

As usual, YMMV. If you're happy with a Diaspora-only workflow, great! However, if you look for a way to aggregate stuff from folks dispersed between Federation and Fediverse, know that there is a way. It might not be straightforward, it might require some work, but there definitely is a way.

#friendica #diaspora #gplusrefugee #federation #fediverse #bridge
 
Leider nur ein deutscher Artikel, aber gut und sehr informativ geschrieben finde ich Bild/Foto

#german #Conversations #federation #android #messenger
 
Leider nur ein deutscher Artikel, aber gut und sehr informativ geschrieben finde ich Bild/Foto

#german #Conversations #federation #android #messenger
 

Zap and Osada do one thing (social networking) and do it well.


i just saw this comment @Mike Macgirvin made in a support forum thread recently:
Zap and Osada do one thing (social networking) and do it well.

Use Osada if you want a really good ActivityPub server, and use Zap if you want or need nomadic identity and much stronger privacy than the fediverse can offer.

Select one or the other. You can't have it all. That actually doesn't work - and there isn't any way to make it work.

Zap will always be the smaller network, because people will always give up their privacy to follow the herd and be where their friends are.

Use Hubzilla if you actually know what a 'platform' is and want to build something great (decentralised communities and cities with shoppes and businesses that all respect your freedom) rather than than just waste your life in idle chit-chat.
#OSADA, #ZAP, #zot5 and #zot6 have been popping up a lot lately, in relation to #hubzilla, and i' have been wondering about their connection and respective place in #federation and #fediverse. this is a vision i can happily live with :smile:
 
Friends and followers,

I'm going to spend a little time on my Friendica account so that I can better help Federation newbies navigate the user interfaces and features of the various platforms. (I'm already very familiar with Diaspora and Hubzilla, as those have been, in turn, my primary home for some months.) I'm also going to start beefing up the connections on my Hubzilla clone. (I want to experiment with swapping the primary and the clone see what I can learn from that too.)

So, if you follow me here, please also follow me on @alysonsee@gmail.com (Friendica). The more people I can interact with there, the more I can learn about navigating the features. And if you get a connection request from that account or from alysonsee@hub.libranet.de, please add me back and put me in whichever aspects/privacy groups you have for this account. You can tell the difference between my various alysonsee accounts based on the picture. I'll see about adding a D\*, Hz, Fca to the channel names to help differentiate too.

Thanks for helping me help others!

#federation #friendica #hubzilla #diaspora #n00bie
 

Questions for Hubzilla users

I do have a HubZilla account ( @Trevor Schadt ) that I'm trying out, because Hubzilla and Friendica seem to have the most in common, and again, let's learn as much as we can about the different aspects of this space before making any final decisions.

However, once again, there are things I can see here that I can't see there, and I'm wondering if I'm just missing them. So, Hubzilla users, please help!

1) In F'ca, my saved hashtag searches automatically get added to my "network" stream. In HZ, that doesn't seem to be the case. Am I missing the way that you do that?
2) I know that you can migrate an account from one HZ hub to another, but if I were to decide to change my "active" account from F'ca to HZ, does anyone know if it's possible to import my postings (even just the public ones) from F'ca to HZ? Or would I have to start over?

Thanks!

#Friendica #hubzilla #Federation #try-before-you-buy #account #migration #how-to #gplusrefrugee
Leute! Lasst dieses mehrfach Folgen von diversen Accounts. Das NERVT!
#newhere #fediverse #federation
 
Ok guys and @Eric Buijs

I believe I have [again to kill myself](https://dia.so/2uV 😅

Now I created and #hubzilla account, this social network seems pretty cool indeed however is totally not intuitive, I created a post but I am not even sure if it was issued somewhere else but my "home page". I mean after several hours I started to understand that I haven't understood nothing, also because a [post on medium](https://dia.so/2uU confused me a lot . Isn't actually true that Hubzilla can connect with #friendica and #diaspora. I mean is not seamlessly like Friendica does with Diaspora. You need to stay on a hub that has the extensions that allow the connections with others protocols, for example the hub where I created my hubzillaaccount doesn't have neither of those; and there are even several limitations about the interoperability between the protocols: for example you can't use Diaspora as source.

If I want to connect with other protocols I must change hub, fortunately Hubzilla has a feature called nomadic identity which allows you to clone your account on any hub available on the grid thus, eventually, I may find the hub which support the #federation as well as the #fediverse but you can't stream them by the way.

Really Hubzilla is great but I am concerned that is not a good source of info, maybe I have to reconsider to give to Friendica another chance...
 
Ende des Hubzilla Experiments
Ende des Hubzilla Experiments
Nachdem ich jetzt einige Tage mit Hubzilla herum gespielt habe um ein wenig die mannigfaltigen Möglichkeiten auszuloten, breche ich dieses Experiment ab. Ziel war vor allen eine feinere Granulierung meiner eigenen Beiträge und der weitergesagten Beiträge zu erreichen, wobei ich bei meinen Kontakten vor allen Leute die Diaspora nutzen habe. Das ist durchaus möglich, jedoch ist es darüber hinaus äußerst frustrierend wenn bei Hubzilla zahllose Möglichkeiten hat, aber das meiste durch die Federation und den Unterschiedlichen Funktionsumfang von Diaspora nicht nutzbar ist.
Momentan sehe ich somit in Hubzilla für mich keine Alternative zu Diaspora. Mal schauen was sich sonst so für Lösungen anbieten.
Tags: #de #hubzilla #experiment #abbruch #federation #funktionsumfang #frustration #ravenbird #2018-10-30
 

Ende des Hubzilla Experiments


Nachdem ich jetzt einige Tage mit Hubzilla herum gespielt habe um ein wenig die mannigfaltigen Möglichkeiten auszuloten, breche ich dieses Experiment ab. Ziel war vor allen eine feinere Granulierung meiner eigenen Beiträge und der weitergesagten Beiträge zu erreichen, wobei ich bei meinen Kontakten vor allen Leute die Diaspora nutzen habe. Das ist durchaus möglich, jedoch ist es darüber hinaus äußerst frustrierend wenn bei Hubzilla zahllose Möglichkeiten hat, aber das meiste durch die Federation und den Unterschiedlichen Funktionsumfang von Diaspora nicht nutzbar ist.

Momentan sehe ich somit in Hubzilla für mich keine Alternative zu Diaspora. Mal schauen was sich sonst so für Lösungen anbieten.

Tags: #de #hubzilla #experiment #abbruch #federation #funktionsumfang #frustration #ravenbird #2018-10-30
 

"The Electric House"... = me + node installation


Testing one two, eins zwo. Let's go! Hey #Fediverse. #federation #friendica #busterkeaton #theelectrichouse #film #art #silentfilm

Bild/Foto
 
Has somebody 400 friendica nodes? ;)

Friendica - Federation Statistic
Actually this friendica node knows 2.534.753 registered accounts, with the following platforms 

    Friendica (371/13636) 
    diaspora (264/661542) 
    red (8/92) 
    hubzilla (230/4746) 
    GNU Social (171/10505) 
    StatusNet (9/46) 
    Mastodon (2213/1839671) 
    Pleroma (288/3601) 
    socialhome (3/767) 
    ganggo (1/147)

#federation #fediverse #Friendica #Statistic
 
I haven't created a Diaspora account, so I don't know what's available on that platform versus this one. But in my search as a #gplusrefugee I'd like to have all the information feasible. So.

It seems that the choice of which "facet" of the Federation (Diaspora, Friendica, Hubzilla, Mastodon, etc.) one inhabits depends mostly on the features available in that particular instantiation. Some of that might depend on the culture of the individual node -- I admit that I've almost completely ignored the "Local Community" functionality -- but with the ability to connect with anyone anywhere in the overall Fed, that seems like a secondary concern at best.

Friendica seems to have some solid advantages over Diaspora, namely:
- Forums (equivalent to G+ Communities)
- The ability to edit posts and comments
- Threaded comments
- The ability to talk to more other platforms
So, for Diaspora users: why are you using Diaspora? What's "better" about that platform than Friendica that I'm missing? Thanks!

#question #Federation
 
Oh Man... I killed myself but I am still alive... I had to close my brand new #friendica account...
  • First reason: even if I read thousand of articles I am still doing confusion between the #federation and the #fediverse.
  • second reason: I was reading my own posts in both social, too crazy;
  • third reason: I think that a lamp stack is too slow for managing a social network.
The adaptation is not easy by the way I will get a chance to #hubzilla, I have almost tested all the alternatives available but #diaspora still continue to be my favorite.
 

Welcome!


Welcome all #newhere (or soon to be) from #google+ ! Hope you find a good home on the #Federation and/or #Fediverse .
 
@Ingo Juergensmann federation with other networks has stopped working with the rollout of the update. seems to be an issue with admin settings (saw from two devs that addons at your end need to be turned on in order for apps at our end to work). can/will you fix it?

\#hubzilla #federation #silverhaze #trouble
 

An honest question for Diaspora users

I haven't created a Diaspora account, so I don't know what's available on that platform versus this one. But in my search as a #gplusrefugee I'd like to have all the information feasible. So.

It seems that the choice of which "facet" of the Federation (Diaspora, Friendica, Hubzilla, Mastodon, etc.) one inhabits depends mostly on the features available in that particular instantiation. Some of that might depend on the culture of the individual node -- I admit that I've almost completely ignored the "Local Community" functionality -- but with the ability to connect with anyone anywhere in the overall Fed, that seems like a secondary concern at best.

Friendica seems to have some solid advantages over Diaspora, namely:
- Forums (equivalent to G+ Communities)
- The ability to edit posts and comments
- Threaded comments
- The ability to talk to more other platforms
So, for Diaspora users: why are you using Diaspora? What's "better" about that platform than Friendica that I'm missing? Thanks!

#question #Federation
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