Archives du mot-clé : zot

4 Major Protocols for federated social web

Mike Macgirvin explain what is a computer protocol and why multi-protocol systems can’t really evolve. « A computer protocol is a language. If two or more computers use the same protocol they can theoretically communicate. Like human languages, these protocols have limitations and the things which can be expressed using that protocol only include concepts that …

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Osada resurrected

Osada is a full featured social network application running under the ActivityPub protocol. It also communicates with and inter-operates with servers on the Zot6 network (such as Zap and Hubzilla 4.x). Due to limitations in the ActivityPub protocol, Osada does **not** offer nomadic identity or enhanced privacy modes. Osada was created originally by Mike Macgirvin, …

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Zotiverse in january 2019

Zotiverse is a new word. It is the univesere that use zot protocole. : Hubzilla – Osada – Zap. Zot is much more powerfull than ActivityPub. It allow higher degree of security and anonity. But the best of zot is the nomadic identity. Hubzilla is the most established product. It should be considered more of …

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An introduction to the protocol that powers Hubzilla

The world is full of protocols. Some are loosely defined by society, and some are rigidly defined by their architects. In many urban environments, for example, there is a protocol for how you ride an escalator: if you choose to stand, you stand on the right side so that those who choose to step can …

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redmatrix

The RedMatrix (aka « red ») is an open source webapp providing a complete decentralised publishing, sharing, and communications system. It combines communications (private messaging, chat and social networking), and media management (photos, events, files, web pages, shareable apps) with enough features to make your head spin.   What makes the RedMatrix unique is what we call …

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