Updated list of projects in development and/or ready to use:

Twitter -> and

DropBox/Google Drive -> @nextcloud

YouTube -> ( @Chocobozzz )

Instagram -> @pixelfed and @anfora

GrooveShark -> @funkwhale

MeetUp -> @GetTogetherComm

Medium -> ( @BaptisteGelez ) and @write_as

Reddit -> @prismo and Anancus ( @tuxether )

Google Calendar -> @calendar_social

Feedly -> ( @write_as )

500px -> @peerpx

@switchingsocial @nooe @nextcloud Well, it's really kinda. They're using ActivityStreams, but all of their implementation was made before AP's publication and therefore isn't compatible with other implementations for instance.

@tcit Is this how they federate Nextcloud instances, or are there other use cases (e.g. making a file publicly available from the fediverse)? @switchingsocial @nooe @nextcloud

Have you got a list of lib to create easily an activity pub server?


I'm not a developer so I'm not totally sure what you mean, but @Gargron did an AP guide here:

If you just want to set up your own Mastodon instance, you can do it really easily through @mastohost :

@Gargron @mastohost
Oh OK. A librairy is a framework to help developers, like a toolbox, to use easely some features.
We have some services which use activity pub and it is a great think but we have a lack of librairy to increase this number of service :-(

@switchingsocial why have one account when you can have 12! Viva la revolution 🙄


The idea is the services are linked together through ActivityPub so you can follow each other without changing service.

For example you can follow PeerTube accounts through Mastodon.

@switchingsocial yes, but you need to sign up for each. There's no federated identity, which is a huge mistake for the Fediverse

@switchingsocial Hey!

I sometimes come back to your profile to find this post. Maybe you should/could pin it to your profile? :-)

@pj to begin with, Peertube has no usage of blockchain services, nor does it incorporate one. Then it's federated.

@rigelk I see that... I think the federated feature is more important than the cryptocurrency.

@rigelk @pj

So, it's not possible to run your own instance of BitTube? Or is the problem that if you do, that it won't federate your videos with other instances?

Personally I'm glad that #PeerTube doesn't get caught up with some virtual coin, but I do hope it will get the ability for users to monetize the videos they create beyond just providing a button that links somewhere.

@Blort @rigelk @pj I guess any monetization for Peertube would be in plugins. I would definitely be interested in an option to pay for a video with cryptocurrency.

@nutomic @rigelk @pj

Yeah, actually I'd like that, too. I'm just tired of just about every service running up some completely new currency coin ofg their own rather than being able to earn coin on one service and use it elsewhere on another service of the users choice.

I'd love to be able to earn #Bitcoin / #Etherium / #Dogecoin / similar on #Peertube by having my content watched, and then use that to pay for content elsewhere on Peertube (either tipping, or buying protected content etc).

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