The privacy aware, personally controlled, do-it-all, open source social network.
THIS IS ALPHA SOFTWARE AND SHOULD BE TREATED ACCORDINGLY. IT IS FUN TO GET RUNNING, BUT EXPECT THINGS TO BE BROKEN.
Want an invite?
Well, ok then! Diaspora is decentralized. You don't need an invite to joindiaspora.com to fully participate. Just choose your pod for example at http://podup.sargodarya.de or http://dspr.tk/a If you still want one have a look at https://github.com/diaspora/diaspora/wiki/Invitations Or setup your own pod
Even if you're not a programmer, we'd love for you to give Diaspora a spin; all suggestions and comments welcome!
Installation instructions are here.
Thanks for helping battle test Diaspora. Please report any bugs you see at GitHub Issues.
Contributing to Diaspora
Here are a few good places to start:
Run "rake spec" to run our Rspec unit test suite.
Run "rake cucumber" to run our Cucumber integration test suite.
Take a look at the issue tracker and pick a bug. Write a spec for it, so it's easy for another developer to fix it.
Catches must be tested, and all your tests should be green, unless you're marking an existing bug, before a pull request is sent. Unit tests should be in Rspec, and integration tests should be in Cucumber.
Please make your changes in a branch to ensure that new commits to your master are not included in the pull request, and to make it easier for us to merge your commits.
Please do not rebase our tree into yours. See here for when to rebase.
We need you to fill out a contributor agreement form before we can accept your patches. This dual license agreement allows us to release limited pieces of Diaspora under the MIT license. You can find it here.
- Diaspora Developer Google Group
- Diaspora Discussion Google Group
- Diaspora Q&A site
- Diasproa on Get Satisfaction
- #diaspora IRC channel (join via the web client)
- #diaspora-dev IRC channel (join via the web client)