I probably shouldn't edit it because of Wikipedia's policy, but maybe we should get https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ActivityPub#Implementations updated with all known implementations
Some ActivityPub implementations I know of not yet listed on https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ActivityPub#Implementations
Aardwolf, Bridgy Fed, distbin.com, dokieli, Kroeg, Nextcloud,
places.pub, Pubstrate, Smilodon, tags.pub, Pleroma, Rustodon,
One of your friends here in Mastadon posted this tidbit in Scuttlebutt that probably originated here and so I am reposting it:
> What I've gotten from discussions with cwebber is that you really can't go with pure ActivityPub all the way down to database storage unless you are willing to use a NoSQL database that is natively JSON, or use PostgreSQL jsonb columns. We're doing the latter, but treating it as a backup for future migrations, and for when we need to do JSON-LD signatures.
@bhaugen there's a lot to unpack and discuss there and eventually I need to write up a detailed post about this but I can't reply right now (deadlines)
No rush on my account. I try never to be in a hurry anymore...
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