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Git is already federated & decentralized

In particular, this blog post is a direct response to forge-net ForgeFed (formerly known as GitPub). They want to federate and decentralize git using ActivityPub, the same technology leveraged by Mastodon and PeerTube. But get this: git is already federated and decentralized!..



Great guide for ActivityPub implementers which includes non-ActivityPub stuffs such as Webfinger for discovery, HTTP signatures for verification, NodeInfo for discovery and so on…


ForgeFed, federated VCS collaboration

ForgeFed is an upcomming ActivityPub extension for federated VCS collaboration. It aims to provide standard vocabulary and federated behaivour to typical project management activities like commits, issues, merge requests, and be VCS agnostic (git, darcs, subversion…). …


How do you get started with activitypub?

After using Mastodon and Lemmy I got an idea for a web app that I want to make federated. I’m curious at what would be a good design path. Looking at Lemmy, it seams like you make a solid web app then make it federated. That’s the path that I’m thinking about now. I’m just wondering about design con…


Brutaldon is a brutalist, Web 1.0 web interface for Mastodon and Pleroma.

Brutaldon is a brutalist, Web 1.0 web interface for Mastodon and Pleroma. It is not a Mastodon-compatible social networking server; rather, it is just a client, like the Android or iOS client for Mastodon you may already be using, but it runs in a web server, and is accessed through a web browser. …



twtxt

twtxt is a decentralised, minimalist microblogging service for hackers: https://twtxt.readthedocs.io/en/latest/







What are some resources for learning ActivityPub development?

I really want to contribute the federation aspect of Lemmy but have no idea how ActivityPub works. Are there some resources and tutorials out there that other people have found helpful?..






This is a community dedicated to discussing technical details related to ActivityPub. It is not for discussing the Fediverse, although discussion on that topic is fine if it somehow relates to the AP protocol itself.

We welcome developers familiar with the protocol!