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Questions & Answers for The goal: empower people to create and self-manage social spaces and tools tailored to their needs. ActivityPub gave us interoperability at the data level, and we’d like to do the same on the software level with CommonsPub. Instead of a top-down “product design” approach to building an app or platform, we’d like a world where even non-technical users and communities can do it themselves: being able to piece together custom experiences from an ecosystem of apps and plugins developed by different groups who all contribute to (and benefit from) a pool of interdependent software libraries, while each focusing on different use cases, features and user experiences. We have implemented groups (to further decentralise the fediverse by rendering users and communities independent from the instance they’re on), and decoupled the federation and storage of ActivityStreams activities/objects from the app’s relational database, backend logic, APIs and frontend interfaces. This means users can have one fediverse identity and a timeline which shows all types of content and activities in one place, while participating in multiple communities and using specialised apps for different activities. Mayel de Borniol, with the participation of the CommonsPub Team & Contributors.
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“I am convinced that men hate each other because they fear each other. They fear each other because they don’t know each other, and they don’t know each other because they don’t communicate with each other, and they don’t communicate with each other because they are separated from each other”

― Martin Luther King, Jr.

September 25, 2020
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Fabián Heredia 🌹 ☭

So, there is some fuzz over at cryptoleftists about . ( )

The TL;DR is as follows:

It is implemented on top of another cryptocurrency with smart contracts. (Not really familiar with this, taking it as a cons.)
Uses a WoT for both issuance (must be verified by three existing members to join like ) and settlement (payment can only be done by chaining trust, like / )
Seems to be a good starting point against sybil/fake ids attacks.

Since credit is limited by trust, there is an incentive to balance income and expenditure like a credit-based / plus the UBI means it could be non-deflationary and incentivize usage rather than savings as in facilitate economic transactions while being an token.


4 days ago
@stragu @Matt_Noyes

ZO is @bernini and I and a few other occasional collaborators
4 days ago
4 days ago
@ajr @dajbelshaw

We've got things in the works looking at it from the learners perspective (self directed and peer learning) at
4 days ago
@Matt_Noyes I think @lynnfoster and @bhaugen know them
5 days ago
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my icon is based on a comic i drew last week!

October 12, 2020
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title text: You'd think it'd be easy to just bet money against these people, but you have to consider the probability of them paying up.


October 09, 2020
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TheMainOne :fedora:
October 03, 2020