@strypey just a heads up, because I don't know if you get notified from Solid forum. User Smag0 has directed 2 msgs to you. Last one to me also, but I'm not knowledgable enough on the subject to respond (just promoting #ActivityPub vs #Solid interop).

This is the first post: forum.solidproject.org/t/discu

@spoggy @strypey @timberners_lee@twitter.activitypub.actor

Looks promising!

It is really great that you are looking into the integration of #ActivityPub and #solid. I hope TBL and the core team will also give more attention to other initiatives.

Hope you'll keep informing the #fediverse to bring Solid here and attract attention of the more technical AP crowd to help you further.

BTW. Did you see #openengiadina by @pukkamustard ?


@humanetech @strypey
Yes I have seen but it's not based on Solid yet, it has it's own server... But sure, I've looked at @pukkamustard work... and copied to build objects & activities 😊👍. For now that folder agora.solid.community/public/a acts as a 'inbox of a public server' . But there is no public / private key on Solid. But a Fediverse serve could grad the data in it, or I could transform it in Json-ld if needed. Do you know someone that I could ping for that ?

One person you could approach is @cwebber He is one of the writers of #ActivityPub spec. But better yet formulate question on #SocialHub and toot that link.

Also note that there may be a #SocialCG meetup this Saturday (see link) and maybe #SolidProject #solid vs. AP can be an agenda item..


@strypey @pukkamustard

@spoggy I have added #Agora to the AP watchlist for fediverse.party:

Where can I find source code? What license(s) covers the code? What language(s) is it written in?


@spoggy don't worry, I'm careful only to use my server crashing powers for good ;) All Feneas services had a brief outage yesterday, due to an unscheduled outage at their upstream hosting provider.

@strypey @humanetech
Source is here github.com/scenaristeur/agora totally js/node lithtml/webcomponents.
What licence?
Don't know, 🤔, something that if someone reuse and earn money with that, must reverse a concequent part to help the project... Don't know if it exist?

#AGPL doesn't require re-users to share income with the upstream developers, only to make source code available for the software and any modifications they make to it, even if they use it in an online service instead of "distributing" it in more traditional ways (downloads etc):

But it does discourage extractive re-users, who prefer pushover licenses like "MIT" that don't oblige them to reciprocate at all. See this hack job:

@humanetech @spoggy

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