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ActivityPub (AP) is an internet federation protocol. It became the primary federation protocol for Mastodon starting with approximately version 2, which previously had been based on OStatus.
AP became a W3C recommendation on 2018-01-23, due in large part to the popularity of Mastodon.
These primarily use AP:
- Calckey code
- Takahē official
These support AP but primarily use another federation protocol:
- Wikipedia (article created 2017-08-18)
- ActivityPub.rocks - sort of a publicity site
- 2022-11-08 Christine Lemmer-Webber on octodon.social: «A lot of people contributed to ActivityPub, but I'm going to give a breakdown of the authors and what they did:»
- 2022-11-24 weirder.earth/@noracodes «it's great to see that we have so many ActivityPub server implementations in different languages/ecosystems:» A short list follows; discussion in thread.
- 2018-06-23 How to implement a basic ActivityPub server by Eugen Rochko
- 2017-08-11 A lot of folks have rightly questioned why I'm so hot and cold on ActivityPub.
- Kroeg, an ActivityPub server written in C#
- landrok/ActivityPub: ActivityPub library in PHP
- ↑ 2018-01-23 toot by Christopher Lemmer Webber