If you'd like to sign up for the [[agora]], please email signup@anagora.org with information about where you host your content or any questions or comments you have about the process and how it could be extended to accommodate you.


The [[agora]] is an open source distributed knowledge graph amenable for use in/as a social network:


If you see me post [[wikilinks]], they refer to nodes in the [[agora]]. They can be looked up as such:

[[wikilinks]] -> anagora.org/node/wikilinks

[[distributed knowledge graph]] -> anagora.org/node/distributed-k

Or just visit anagora.org and type in the name in the textbox up top.

@flancian does agora use for the distributed / federated aspects? (I tried following links to the protocol from gh page, but link was dead)

@datatitian not yet but that is one of my top objectives; I am ramping up on the [[fediverse]] with the intention of integrating the right way.

Links are unfortunately mostly broken when viewed in Github as it doesn't support [[wikilinks]], but any Markdown you see in github.com/flancian/garden or github.com/flancian/agora is viewable and properly cross-linked in anagora.org.

@datatitian if you have any hints or recommended resources for [[activitypub]] please let me know.

I'm focusing on adding some core (in-agora) functionality today, but I expect to get to drafting some first milestones for federation this weekend/next week.

@datatitian there's a simple proposal for resolving wikilinks in the works: anagora.org/node/wikilinks-everywhere

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