Jabberia and the Pumpiverse
Developer of the Dianara pump.io client. Mageia GNU/Linux + KDE Plasma user. I also use Debian GNU/Linux and Archlinux. Jabber/XMPP chatter, Pumper, C/C++/Qt coder. Pump.io User Guide: https://pumpio.readthedocs.io/en/latest/userguide.html This is an alternate account to email@example.com =)
- Let's do a little experiment. It's obviously biased by my relative participation in each, but I'm comparing the reach of twitter, facebook, Diaspora, pump, G+, and GNU Social (plus anything that can talk directly to it...that is not via NavierStokes).Please like this if you see it. Obviously, if you want more people to like it, then you share it, but I'm only going to count likes.Show all 13 repliesHere are the final numbersGNU Social/Mastodon: 49pump.io: 31Facebook:26Diaspora: 15G+: 7Twitter: 0What's interesting is that on Diaspora, pump, and GNU Social, I all got actual comments about how the study was being conducted. I got literally zero comments on twitter or G+. There's all sorts of bias in this, but I have more "friends" on facebook by an order of magnitude and significantly more on twitter than the free platforms. So, it seems like people join the proprietary networks and just don't use them very much.GNU Social up to 97: https://nu.federati.net/conversation/510099#notice-1072972
ActivityStreams 2.0 vocabulary plan
pump.io is finally about to gain ActivityStreams 2.0 output support, which is the first step towards ActivityPub. In doing this we need to translate between different vocabularies - the plan for this is at https://github.com/pump-io/pump.io/pull/1483#issuecomment-342046659.
Reviews would be appreciated.
pump.io denial-of-service security fixes now available
I've just published security fixes for several denial-of-service vulnerabilities in pump.io. All admins are impacted and should update ASAP. http://pump.io/blog/2017/10/denial-of-service-security-fixes-now-available
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Pump.io community meeting today Friday 201/04/21 at 20:00 UTC
Our monthly community meeting will be today Friday 201/04/21 at 20:00 UTC
on the #pump.io channel on the Freenode IRC network,
which is also mirrored to the firstname.lastname@example.org jabber/XMPP MUC room.
Agenda is here: https://github.com/pump-io/pump.io/wiki/Meeting-2017-04-21
You're all welcome to join us there =)
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The log of last pump.io community meeting can be found here:
Next meeting will be on 2017/05/19 at 20:00 UTC. See you there!