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@Pavithran S Hubzilla has implemented #ActivityPub, so that is already possible.
 
And here we are with the next #hellban harvested in the channel of #theyoungturks.
This time in a conversation of a standard comment with a user:

Under the link of the following comment there should be an answer:
@Heidi Melcarek
Sounds to me that you are looking at our conversation from the wrong side of the street. For me it’s just a conversation adding ideas and view points, not a discussion with opposing points of view.
btw
I agree with your “dream team” for the election also for now a Sanders/Warren ticket looks more likely.
Talking about greed, can it exist in a world without numbers? :)
https://youtu.be/get272FyNto
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This is the next answer that is also hidden by a #hellban, it is located under the following message:
Dear Heidi,
please don’t get this wrong.
Besides the fact that I’m trying to have an interesting conversation with you, not a confrontation, I’m trying to document a so called “hellban” algorithm of this site.
I’m also trying to inform tyt about this because I think they don’t know about it.
Here a screen that proofs my point:
https://framasphere.org/uploads/images/thumb_large_0308a23e29a06cf8b025.jpg
(if this message goes through)
btw
I didn’t get a notification of the answer of the “jesuisatire” profile.
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Actually youtube updated the hellban data for the next quarter, now they are up to 537 million hidden comments.
To be exact:
537.759.344
https://transparencyreport.google.com/youtube-policy/removals

Wanna bet that they will say it was an error that will not happen again?
This time we still catch them.
And the next time, will we be aware about what is happening and how they manipulate the citizens?
Only a law that obligates them to turn down their wallet gardens, to decentralize the system can prevent that this will happen again.

There is no free market any more in this monopoly build up by google, android, youtube or for example facebook.

This can only be solved by law or and or grass roots movement.
The algorithms have to be open source, the walls of their gardens have to be torn down by the obligation to admit open source protocols like #activitypub as it is used for example by #peertube or #mastodon.

Media outlet's like the young turks can offer right now to their supporters their "product" publishing via their own peertube site, besides the existing youtube offer. They also could offer social networking via a mastodon instance. Actually every media outlet, NY times, CNN .. every one could do that. They could decentralize the moderation, sort and protect their users by selecting to which sites they connect their server of a decentralized social web.

Or they can decide to be at the mercy of a few monopolies that do with their algorithms what ever they please.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-KSryJXDpZo
 
https://fediverse.party/ maybe if something about diaspora does not please, you may find something more to your liking elsewhere on the fediverse: https://fediverse.party/
maybe something already more #activitypub ready?
 
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Fediverse, how do I know what version my server runs?


Sometimes you're in a situation when you want to know which version of a software the instance you are using runs.
For example, the software rolls out a cool new feature you read about somewhere. But of coarse it's only in the very newest version.
Or you are on the search for a new instance and you want to check if it is somehow outdated or pretty modern.

So I decided to find out how you can find out what version the software is running.

#diaspora*


If you are logged in it's on the sidebar



And if you ain't logged in you can find it on the bottom of the landing page
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#Friendica


In general: You want to access the site https://your.friendica.server/friendica

So you can type that into the url bar of your browser and you'll get a page like this:
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You can access that page if you are logged in when you click your nickname-menu in the upper right corner, that choose "help" scroll down and there is a link to the version-page
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If you are not logged in there is an Info-I in the upper right corner (e.g. on the log in page, but also on the register page…)
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#Funkwhale


No matter if you are logged in or not, scroll down on any page there will be some footer and most likely in the very left column it tells you the version of the instance:
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#Hubzilla


Access https://your.hubzilla.server/siteinfo by typing this into your address bar or for example by clicking Burger-Menu → Help → About this pod → Siteinfo as seen on the screenshot:

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On that page you can see the version of your hubzilla hub:
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#Mastodon


There seem to be several ways to find the version. For example, if you are logged in and you have the standard view with "first steps" in the very right column it tells the version on the bottom of that column:
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Or you try to access one of the "meta"-pages of your server like /explore or /about/more or /terms. On all these pages the version in noted in the footer at the bottom of the page:
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Matrix


I have no idea, it probably depends on your client. Maybe someone has a hint for me

#Misskey


On the landing page if you're not logged in the version info is in the bottom right corner. If you are logged in it's on the left side.

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#Peertube


No matter if you're logged in or not on every single page on the verry bottom in the middle of the page/column it says something like
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#Pixelfed


On any and every page of pixelfed there is a text "Powered by Pixelfed" in the bottom right corner. You have to hover that text with your mouse to get the version information.
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#Pleroma


I couln't find a way to get the version on the web interface (tell me if you know) but with as post projects you can access the nodeinfo
Usually it is located at https://your.pleroma.server/nodeinfo/2.0.json but if not, you can find out the correct URL under https://your.pleroma.server/.well-known/nodeinfo. If your browser cannot render the JSON proper you can paste the content into a json viewer and hit "viewer".
Somewhere is a block "software" that contains the field "version" where you can find pleromas version. Don't confuse it with the "version"-statement for the document (for example 2.0 or 2.1 that is the nodeinfo-version, not the pleroma-version).

#Plume


As far as I can see it's written on every page in the pages footer on the left site:
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easy huh?

#Wordpress


As of the wide usual customization of wordpress I couldn't find a way how most of the instances expose their version. Try to follow the nodeinfo -way I discribed at Pleroma because it seems some (many?) wordpress instances use it.

#WriteFreely


(once known as "write.as")
Like some other projects the version of a write freely instance is pointed out at the bottom of almost every page:
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This article and all images are licensed as #cc-by so if you have more information about this or something is outdated: Feel free to take this text, modify and repost it as your own. Just don't forget to give me ( @Deus Figendi ) attribution.
The projects I chose to explain here were those with the most nodes on the-federation.info (except ActivityRelay because it's not so relevant for users). And the order is alphabetically.

#fediverse #federatoin #decentralnetwork #activitypub #lightpub #version #tutorial #overview #help #ccby #software #thefederation @The Federation #nodeinfo
 
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Fediverse, how do I know what version my server runs?


Sometimes you're in a situation when you want to know which version of a software the instance you are using runs.
For example, the software rolls out a cool new feature you read about somewhere. But of coarse it's only in the very newest version.
Or you are on the search for a new instance and you want to check if it is somehow outdated or pretty modern.

So I decided to find out how you can find out what version the software is running.

#diaspora*


If you are logged in it's on the sidebar



And if you ain't logged in you can find it on the bottom of the landing page
Bild/Foto

#Friendica


In general: You want to access the site https://your.friendica.server/friendica

So you can type that into the url bar of your browser and you'll get a page like this:
Bild/Foto

You can access that page if you are logged in when you click your nickname-menu in the upper right corner, that choose "help" scroll down and there is a link to the version-page
Bild/Foto

If you are not logged in there is an Info-I in the upper right corner (e.g. on the log in page, but also on the register page…)
Bild/Foto

#Funkwhale


No matter if you are logged in or not, scroll down on any page there will be some footer and most likely in the very left column it tells you the version of the instance:
Bild/Foto

#Hubzilla


Access https://your.hubzilla.server/siteinfo by typing this into your address bar or for example by clicking Burger-Menu → Help → About this pod → Siteinfo as seen on the screenshot:

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On that page you can see the version of your hubzilla hub:
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#Mastodon


There seem to be several ways to find the version. For example, if you are logged in and you have the standard view with "first steps" in the very right column it tells the version on the bottom of that column:
Bild/Foto

Or you try to access one of the "meta"-pages of your server like /explore or /about/more or /terms. On all these pages the version in noted in the footer at the bottom of the page:
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Matrix


I have no idea, it probably depends on your client. Maybe someone has a hint for me

#Misskey


On the landing page if you're not logged in the version info is in the bottom right corner. If you are logged in it's on the left side.

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#Peertube


No matter if you're logged in or not on every single page on the verry bottom in the middle of the page/column it says something like
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#Pixelfed


On any and every page of pixelfed there is a text "Powered by Pixelfed" in the bottom right corner. You have to hover that text with your mouse to get the version information.
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#Pleroma


I couln't find a way to get the version on the web interface (tell me if you know) but with as post projects you can access the nodeinfo
Usually it is located at https://your.pleroma.server/nodeinfo/2.0.json but if not, you can find out the correct URL under https://your.pleroma.server/.well-known/nodeinfo. If your browser cannot render the JSON proper you can paste the content into a json viewer and hit "viewer".
Somewhere is a block "software" that contains the field "version" where you can find pleromas version. Don't confuse it with the "version"-statement for the document (for example 2.0 or 2.1 that is the nodeinfo-version, not the pleroma-version).

#Plume


As far as I can see it's written on every page in the pages footer on the left site:
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easy huh?

#Wordpress


As of the wide usual customization of wordpress I couldn't find a way how most of the instances expose their version. Try to follow the nodeinfo -way I discribed at Pleroma because it seems some (many?) wordpress instances use it.

#WriteFreely


(once known as "write.as")
Like some other projects the version of a write freely instance is pointed out at the bottom of almost every page:
Bild/Foto
This article and all images are licensed as #cc-by so if you have more information about this or something is outdated: Feel free to take this text, modify and repost it as your own. Just don't forget to give me ( @Deus Figendi ) attribution.
The projects I chose to explain here were those with the most nodes on the-federation.info (except ActivityRelay because it's not so relevant for users). And the order is alphabetically.

#fediverse #federatoin #decentralnetwork #activitypub #lightpub #version #tutorial #overview #help #ccby #software #thefederation @The Federation #nodeinfo
 
Spannend!

#Human Connection, ein #open source #social network aus #Deutschland, welches sich derzeit in der closed Alpha befindet scheint sich entschlossen zu haben #ActivityPub zu integrieren.

#Human Connection, an #open source #social network from #Germany, which is currently in the closed alpha, seems to have decided to integrate #ActivityPub.

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PDF-Download (including staging access): https://c3lt.de/media/35C3_Human_Connection_3.pdf

Human Connection Webseite: https://human-connection.org

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