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* [https://lurk.org/ Lurk] provides a few community services composed of mailing lists, chat and access to the Fediverse.
* [https://lurk.org/ Lurk] provides a few community services composed of mailing lists, chat and access to the Fediverse.
* [http://p2pforever.org/ P2P Forever], by Laurel Schwulst.
* [http://p2pforever.org/ P2P Forever], by Laurel Schwulst.
* [https://the-federation.info/ The Federation], gathers statistics about nodes in the fediverse.
* [https://fediverse.network/ Fediverse Network], gathers statistics of oStatus/ActivityPub fediverse.

Revision as of 22:14, 3 February 2020

A resource on Fediverse, federated networks, mesh networks, distributed web, alternative internet, decentralisation.

Software projects

  • Beaker, experimental browser with a p2p protocol, *2016.
  • Conversations, open source XMPP/Jabber client for Android, *2014.
  • Dat, p2p protocol, a project for distributed data synchronization, *2013.
  • Diaspora, self-hosted social networking service, *2010.
  • Friendica, distributed social network, *2010.
  • GNU social, FLOSS microblogging server, formerly StatusNet, *2014.
  • Hubzilla, communication platform. Review.
  • IPFS, protocol and p2p network for storing and sharing data in a distributed file system, *2015.
  • Mastodon, self-hosted social networking service, *2016.
  • PeerTube, federated video platform powered by ActivityPub and WebTorrent, *2018.
  • Pump.io, general purpose activity streams engine that can be used as a federated social networking protocol.
  • Scuttlebutt, decentralised secure gossip platform.
  • YaCy, distributed search engine, *2016.

Protocols: ActivityPub, Diaspora, OStatus, XMPP, more.

Resources, art projects


  • Our Networks, conference, Claude T. Bissell building, Toronto, 14 Jan 2017. First edition.
  • Relearn 2017, Poortgebouw, Rotterdam, 29 Aug-2 Sep 2017. Documentation (2019). More.
  • Radical Networks conference, Chem Creative, Brooklyn, NY, 19-22 Oct 2017. Organised by Sarah Grant and Erica Kermani. Third edition.


See also

Internet activism

communities of practice

Art servers, Circuit bending, Copyright activism, Cypherpunk, Data activism, Demoscene, Digital libraries, DIY biology, Federated networks, File sharing, FLOSS, Game art, Hacker culture, Hackerspaces, Hacktivism, Internet activism, Internet of things, Libre graphics, Live coding, Maker culture, Media archives, Media labs, Net art, Neural aesthetics, Open hardware, Software art, VJing, VVVV.
See also Artists' cultures.