I've started putting together a list of #fediverse apps, focused on implementations of #ActivityPub, documenting their status and what tech stack they're (being) built with: https://ethercalc.org/fediverse-stacks
This is a publicly editable doc, so would appreciate corrections/additions, and feedback especially from fediverse devs, but also from instance admins and users:
- What app/implementation/stack did you try?
- Pros/cons you encountered
- What stack & libraries would you choose if starting today?
PS. We've been talking with @bhaugen and others about the need for a generic agent-centric #ActivityPub server, so that instead of signing up to a bunch of different servers, a user could have their indentity and data all in one place, and all the apps they use (clients, but if necessary server-side "plugins" as well) would interact with the activity/objects types that they support.
What do you think?
See here progress about feature set, what's implemented already and what's still missing:
@mayel It's not complete but it's the best thing available out there today. It's actively maintained and the lead developer is here on Mastodon (going to look up what was their account).
It's not Ruby but a single static binary daemon written in Go could make up for the complexities of maintaining a Mastodon server.
I think I read somebody else was starting a similar project in Rust, but that's probably going to be less accessible code and it's going to take a while to get to completion.
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