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  1. Twitter popularized micro-blogging, indeed, but it isn't fair to say they started it. There are many micro-blogging services, like Twitter, Tumblr, Plurk, Jaiku, and -- my favorite -- Identi.ca. What I like about Identi.ca is its focus on software related topics (well, that isn't its intended focus, but its users' apparent focus.) That said, Identi.ca is also basically Twitter's liberated equivalent. Here are a few things Identi.ca does better than Twitter:
    Schlagwörter: , , von kaffeeringe (19.08.2012)
  2. For a few years now, many projects have developed distributed social networks. These are in general server-side web applications which allow users to interact socially with each other, but in a way where different user accounts need not be hosted on the same server. There are about 40 different projects like this, including StatusNet, Diaspora, Friendica, BuddyCloud, Crabgrass, Apache Wave, to name but a few. If you include the ones that do not expose a web interface, then there are even more. In the late spring of 2012, some people started asking how we can move on from where we are now, as it was unclear how, if, and on what timescale the different application development teams would move any closer to each other on xmpp and OStatus. One thing we came up with in this discussion was that one social web does not have to mean one federation protocol. It can be a polyglot web.
    Schlagwörter: , , , , , von kaffeeringe (31.07.2012)
  3. Found a service, which is able to take a feed as input and to broadcast new feed items to social networks, supported are identi.ca, Twitter, Friendfeed, Facebook, status.net, e-mail, Google Buzz and Plurk (whatever this is): brdcst.it. You can broadcast multiple input feeds to multiple output channels.
    Schlagwörter: , , , , , von kaffeeringe (21.08.2011)
  4. rStat.us is an OStatus-based microblogging service built by Steve Klabnik and others using Ruby, Sinatra and MongoDB. Because it uses OStatus, it's compatible with Identi.ca and StatusNet microblogs. In order to follow someone from Identi.ca, just paste the ATOM feed from their profile into rStat.us. Theoretically this should work both ways, but I was unable to subscribe to my own rStat.us account from Identi.ca account.
    Schlagwörter: , , , von kaffeeringe (25.03.2011)
  5. Freedom Boxes werden kleine stromsparende Privat-Server (‘plug server‘) sein, die man einfach zu Hause stehen hat, und auf denen dezentrale soziale Netzwerke wie zum Beispiel Diaspora oder Statusnet, eigene Mailserver etc. laufen sollen, um das Internet und unsere Nutzung wieder so dezentral zu organisieren, wie es sich für ein demokratisches Medium gehört. Die Nutzer bekommen so wieder autonome Kontrolle über Ihre Daten, und das Netz wird unanfällig gegen Zensur.


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