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Thomas Willingham
2 meses atrás
It is a snapshot of RedMatrix at the moment RedMatrix, Friendica, and Hubzilla directories could all sync with each other. That is, as the directories could share the profiles and updates they were aware of, rather than just import from the various networks.

I'm stripping out all the bits of RedMatrix that aren't a directory. Arguably, I should have started with nothing, and added all the bits that are a directory, but this way it works, right now and can be cleaned up incrementally.

What will be left (tl;dr = a standalone application you can just install and have a working, federated directory that syncs automatically, and can be searched locally or remotely):

The ability to import Friendica, RedMatrix, Diaspora, Hubilla, and oStatus profiles.
The ability to import RSS authors.
The ability to import arbitrary vCards(*).

The ability to expire profiles.
The ability to remove profiles.
The ability to censor/self-censor profiles (with a user option to turn safe search on or off).
The ability for profile owners to hide profiles.

The ability for directories to sync knowledge of the profiles (and updates to profiles) so that all directories have knowledge of all profiles for the protocols they serve, and importantly, sync changes to the vcard searchable flag so a user may remove themselves from the results of all directories just by changing their own personal vcard.

Distributed search. Distributed search sucks, but it's basically okay with a very limited number of peers. One will be able to run a directory that serves just one protocol, but deliver results for all protocols via a distributed search to directories. That is, your directory may only serve Diaspora, and sync with other Diaspora directories, but when the directory is searched, it can ask a different directory to provide results for Friendica.

Ability to filter results based on protocol (federated directories are all well and good, but you're probably only interested in those you have some way of actually connecting to), as well as profile fields like location, interest, keywords, names, etc

Directory POCO ratings. There has been some strong opposition to this from the Friendica side of things, but they're absolutley required on the RedMatrix side of things, and wanted on the Hubzilla side of things, so we're not sure how this is going to work yet. We're going to thrash it over when it gets closer to a thing that works properly.

An interface for searching the directory directly.

Ability for observers to store their personal search settings at a given directory (will require some authentication layer).

JSON feeds for search results so that an arbitrary website can act as a directory client, and include results within their own website. (Screen shots of a prototype of this working in Friendica are in my photo albums )

An admin panel.

Ostatus does not work at all yet. Distributed search does not work at all yet. Everything else is either already working, or already partially working.



(*) When I talk about vCards, in this post, and in general, that's for berevity. I'm aware they're often hCards, jCards, or whatever.
Thomas Willingham
2 meses atrás
You'll still have nomadic identity, and you'll be able to access your Friendica stream from any of them.

Clones are more complicated - not all sites will have the same capabilities, so it won't always be possible to sync all your data with all your sites - but it will be in principle possible.
Thomas Willingham
2 meses atrás
Both, and neither.

We're going to use Friendica In the same way Horde or SquirrelMail, or RoundCube use Postfix. In the short term, we still have Zot, and we still have Diaspora. In the longer term, we're only keeping the authentication and permission layers. Friendica will do all communication.
James Lamentus
2 meses atrás
Frien­dica will do our fed­er­a­tion for us?

Can you explain better ? As using the friendica protocol (not diaspora protocol) ?
Thomas Willingham
2 meses atrás
Yeah, well, maybe keeping the name was a poor choice, but it's done now. We're not getting into the rebranding every six months game.

If it becomes a problem in future, it doesn't really matter - Friendica will do our federation for us, it doesn't matter if I'm the only person in the world who uses RedMatrix, we'll still have access to the userbase.
Fabio
2 meses atrás
Tobias
2 meses atrás de Friendly
We communicate over the Diaspora protocol. So my BBCode is converted by Friendica to Markdown, send to yor node, which converts it back to Hubzilla BBCode...
James Lamentus
2 meses atrás
maybe ...maybe.... is this https://bitbucket.org/tobiasd/friendica-typography the problem
James Lamentus
2 meses atrás
yes , i know, but this post is different compared to others I get from friendica ( from @Thomas Willingham for ex.)
Rebeka Catalina
2 meses atrás
I don't know if you use markdown from friendica


No, we use bbcode in here
James Lamentus
2 meses atrás
I don't know if you use markdown from friendica , but here in hubzilla came with Typo Error ( i think this is the name of this kind of error ?) and we can not see the img. (A round parenthesis at the end of the url)
Tobias
2 meses atrás

Friendica Vortrag BeLUG

In diesem Vortrag wollen wir einen Überblick über den Funktionsumfang von Friendica verschaffen, sowohl theoretisch als auch in einem praktischen Teil. Außerdem wollen wir das Projekt im Kontext anderer dezentraler sozialer Netzwerke (Diaspora, GNU social...) einbetten, im Sweetspot zwischen Fediverse und Föderation.

BeLUG Kalender

Início: Quarta Maio 10, 2017 @ 19:00

Término: Quarta Maio 10, 2017 @ 20:30

Localização: N-BERLIN e.V.

Lehrter Straße 53, Berlin

Fabio
2 meses atrás
Brian Ó wrote the following post:
#paper #paperairplane #engineering #diy #fun


Ne voglio uno!
Michael Meer
3 meses atrás
Like "in front of the law are all equal" - haha - good joke.
It's just the typical german way to handle things.
In this case they see the need to regulate something and they listen to lobbyorganisations for possible solutions.
You may guess what will be the result...
In most cases the result is due to hohles in the laws that they prefer monopolistic structures und it will be impossible to rise startup companys into this business cause barrieres are that high.

So let's have a look to this law: What does this means for the operation of a Hubzilla, Friendica or Diaspora Server?
In worst case you (as a private man) can't operate such a social network. Cause you can't guarantee the deletion of illegal stuff.
You can't get sick or in vacation, instead you've got to hire something like an expensive call center.
Sandro
4 meses atrás
Friendica is indeed a great RSS aggregator. I'm probably mostly using it as such, and finding out about pleasure to be more social like now as a side-effect :)
Tobias
4 meses atrás
Ich hab was gefunden für zwischendurch.
Berlin
Tobias
4 meses atrás
I've tagged version 0.5c of my Clean theme. Mostly because of the Friendica color preset.




@Friendica Theme Developers
Tobias
4 meses atrás
Then you also can use Fabioas super cool app for Friendica :-D
Rabuzarus
4 meses atrás
This is because of https://github.com/friendica/friendica/issues/3158

The xml elements for received posts does have a different structure for link elements than the original post. @Fabio does have the original link element structure that's why he doesn't have the illegal link warning

More discussion about the issue here https://helpers.pyxis.uberspace.de/display/4029d2ca98586bee345acda505132729
Bordesholm
Tim Schlotfeldt
4 meses atrás
Nice. Just switched my #Friendica installation to version 3.5.1rc. Works as expected :-)
Berlin
Tobias
4 meses atrás
I love FreeSoftware
I spend some time yesterday thinking about what was your most favourite FreeSoftware project of the last year? And I could not really find an answer to the question. Not because I don't know any projects I care about, but the most favourite is hard to grasp when one can use GNU/Linux for the last two decades almost exclusively ;-)

So instead I'd like to send some <3 to David Revoy who is the author of Pepper and Carrot a lovely free, libre and open-source webcomic which entertained me quite some times over the last year, reading and re-reading the episodes. The comic is drawn using Krita and Inkscape and the stack around them, so Kudos to these projects for making Pepper and Carrot possible :-)

Also I want to thank the people involved in all the cool projects that make the deventralised social network so wonderful diverse as it is. Thanks to all of you who contribute in so many ways to Diaspora, Friendica, GNU social, Hubzilla, Mastodon, postActive, pump.io and all those I've forgotten ;-)

Image/photo


#ilovefs
Berlin
Tobias
4 meses atrás
Thank you all for working on ~friendica ~friendica <3 #ilovefs

Be it with code, documentation, bug reports or silly questions to the support forum! Thanks for all of that :-D

@Friendica Support
antigo