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Fediverse: Decentralized social networking and services

Der.hans

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The Fediverse is a collection of decentralized digital, social spaces. Disparate services can interact by using standard protocols such as ActivityPub.

Free Software projects such as Mastodon, Nextcloud, Pleroma, PixelFed, Plume, PeerTube and Friendica are helping us decentralize the web.

Attendees will learn about:

  • advantages of decentralized social networking
  • history of decentralized social networking
  • history of the Fediverse
  • pros and cons of self-hosting
  • list of some services in the Fediverse
  • how they can join and participate in decentralizing

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This talk was presented at LibrePlanet.

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