I probably shouldn't edit it because of Wikipedia's policy, but maybe we should get https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ActivityPub#Implementations updated with all known implementations
volunteers greatly appreciated :)
Some ActivityPub implementations I know of not yet listed on https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ActivityPub#Implementations
Aardwolf, Bridgy Fed, distbin.com, dokieli, Kroeg, Nextcloud,
places.pub, Pubstrate, Smilodon, tags.pub, Pleroma, Rustodon,
@cwebber to be fair, aardwolf doesn't implement activity pub yet
One of your friends here in Mastadon posted this tidbit in Scuttlebutt that probably originated here and so I am reposting it:
> What I've gotten from discussions with cwebber is that you really can't go with pure ActivityPub all the way down to database storage unless you are willing to use a NoSQL database that is natively JSON, or use PostgreSQL jsonb columns. We're doing the latter, but treating it as a backup for future migrations, and for when we need to do JSON-LD signatures.
@bhaugen there's a lot to unpack and discuss there and eventually I need to write up a detailed post about this but I can't reply right now (deadlines)
No rush on my account. I try never to be in a hurry anymore...
@cwebber Added them all to the Wikipedia page. Will add descriptions later.
Didn't know Nextcloud was on there.
What does it push?
@mjjzf tbh I don't know much about it, they haven't submitted an IR, but they have a blogpost about it https://help.nextcloud.com/t/activitypub-the-new-standard-for-decentralized-networks/26381
Nextcloud was part of the standards calls from early on though
@cwebber Right. Interesting, didn't know that.
@zack yep, though that one's on the wikipedia page :)
@cwebber Yea I just saw that. Sorry
@zack np! :)
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