Resources for Fediverse bots

Fediverse is a portmanteau of “federation” and “universe”. It is a common, informal name for a somewhat broad federation of social network servers whose main purpose is microblogging, the sharing of short, public messages. By running social network software that supports a standard set of protocols called ActivityPub, independently run servers can connect to the Fediverse, allowing its users to follow and receive short messages from each other, regardless of which particular ActivityPub server implementation they are running.

The Fediverse is built on Free Software. Some of its social networks are vaguely Twitter-ish in style (for example Mastodon, or GNU Social, similar in activities and their microblogging function), while other federated platforms include more communication and transaction options that are instead comparable to Google+ or Facebook (such as is the case with Friendica).

Wikipedia

Mastodon

Mastodon is a distributed, federated social network that forms part of the Fediverse, an interconnected and decentralized network of independently operated servers with microblogging features similar to Twitter. (Wikipedia)

Frameworks and libraries

node.js
Python
Ruby

Tools

Pleroma

Pleroma is a federated social networking platform, compatible with GNU social, Mastodon and other ActivityPub and OStatus implementations.

Frameworks and libraries

Tools


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