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* [https://activitypub.rocks/ ActivityPub.rocks] - sort of a publicity site
 
* [https://activitypub.rocks/ ActivityPub.rocks] - sort of a publicity site
 
===Commentary===
 
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* '''2018-06-23''' [https://blog.joinmastodon.org/2018/06/how-to-implement-a-basic-activitypub-server/ How to implement a basic ActivityPub server] by [[Eugen Rochko]]
 
* '''2017-08-11''' [https://macgirvin.com/display/2afbe5c4da90b9035c34e7270c0025b8193f2a7975914f834c15e29a86f4380f@macgirvin.com A lot of folks have rightly questioned why I'm so hot and cold on ActivityPub.]
 
* '''2017-08-11''' [https://macgirvin.com/display/2afbe5c4da90b9035c34e7270c0025b8193f2a7975914f834c15e29a86f4380f@macgirvin.com A lot of folks have rightly questioned why I'm so hot and cold on ActivityPub.]
 
===Code===
 
===Code===

Latest revision as of 19:52, 4 November 2019

About

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[1].


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Links

Reference

Commentary

Code

  • Kroeg, an ActivityPub server written in C#

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