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The Fediverse (a portmanteau of "federation" and "universe") is a network of interconnected servers (or so called instances) that make up federated publishing websites similar to Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube. It is made up by federation protocols like OStatus, and ActivityPub, and server software, most notably Mastodon, Pleroma, Misskey, and many others.

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MrLuxuri commented Feb 26, 2021

One of the biggest things that will make it harder for new users coming for reddit is to find Lemmy's website itself.
I recently moved to Lemmy from reddit and took me 10 mins just to find lemmy, whenever I searched up Lemmy, this is what popped up instead.
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enhancement help wanted good first issue
rhaamo commented Apr 8, 2020

Right now it's uploads/<item>/<username slug> with the username slug being prefixed with remote_ if remote user.

That might cause an issue because foo@instance1 and foo@instance will have the same folder name.

Solution: uses the user flake id instead of slug for everybody, but keep the remote_ part

enhancement good first issue priority: important Backend
mayel commented Mar 11, 2022


There's an elixir lib:

For federation we can interop with:

Mastodon generates colorful preview thumbnails for attachments. This is implemented using an extra property blurhash on Image objects. The property is a string generated by the BlurHash algorithm. Example:

  "@context": [
Good first issue