Developing the next generation of Fediverse platforms, led by Christine Lemmer-Webber who co-authored the ActivityPub technical standard which the current Fediverse is built upon. (Previously known as the Spritely Project.)
Brand new project trying to create a short video clip sharing service for the Fediverse (sort of a free open federated alternative to TikTok or Vine). It’s still in its very early rough draft stages, but is making steady progress.
Professor of Internet Law at Essex Law School, University of Essex in the UK. Particularly interested in media policy and communications regulation, including data protection, social media and the internet.
New project to make a Fediverse alternative to Tumblr. It’s still at a very early pre-Alpha stage, but is making progress.
Free open source alternative to Linktree, which helps people publish links to all their profiles and sites on a single page.
Free open source alternative web client for Mastodon servers. Currently in Alpha testing.
Blogger, product consultant, perhaps best known as the inventor of the hashtag on social networks. Also co-creator of ActivityStrea.ms, which led to the creation of the ActivityPub Fediverse.
Senior researcher at the Centre for Science and Technology Studies at Leiden University in the Netherlands. Interested in mathematical models in social sciences, social networks, complex networks, social influence and conflict.
Professor of digital forensic linguistics at Ruhr-Uni Bochum in Germany. Working on social media data using corpus and computational methods.
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Ontario Research Chair of Digital Governance for Social Justice at York University in Canada. Researches network cultures and technologies, alternative social media and manipulative communication. Author of “Reverse Engineering Social Networks”, “Weaving the Dark Web” and “Social Engineering”.
News and social media curation service, presenting articles in a magazine-like visual format on the web, and also on iPhone/iPad and Android apps.
Tech news curated by actual human beings, covering the internet, computing, apps, social media, AI etc. Based in the United States.
A new kind of social network which works peer-to-peer, and all personal data is stored locally on your computer or phone. It’s part of the Scuttlebutt network, but has a user-friendly interface, features and branding that are aimed at a more mainstream audience. There are free open source apps for iOS, Android, Linux, Mac and Windows.
Photo sharing network on the Fediverse, this is sort of the Fedi’s alternative to Instagram. You can follow people on Pixelfed from Mastodon etc and vice versa.
Posting hints and tips on using Mastodon and the Fediverse, featuring tutorials, user news and other helpful posts.
Third-party Mastodon app for iPhone, iPad and Apple Mac, made by the developers of Tweetbot.
The most popular part of the Fediverse, there are thousands of Mastodon servers with millions of registered users. Mastodon is a microblogging platform where people can post up to 500 characters of text as well as attach images, audio and video.