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  2. Decentralized architecture with no central authority or ownership. Relationships can be made across any compatible system, creating a network of Internet scale made up of smaller sites. Seamless wall-to-wall posts and remote comments, even across different network nodes.

  3. Friendica - Wikipedia

    Friendica (formerly Friendika, originally Mistpark) is a free and open-source software distributed social network. It forms one part of the Fediverse , an interconnected and decentralized network of independently operated servers.

  4. | Friendica

    Friendica. This is Friendica, version 2023.09-dev that is running at the web location The database version is 1523/1523, the post update version is 1507/1507. Please visit to learn more about the Friendica project. Bug reports and issues: please visit the bugtracker at github.

  5. Welcome to the free social web. Friendica is a platform for decentralised social communication linking to other independent social and corporate services. Friendica connects you to a federated communications network of thousands of servers called the Fediverse.

  6. What is Friendica? - Join the Fediverse

    What does Friendica feel like? Friendica combines a lot of the functionality from Facebook & Twitter. You can tag users and groups, send direct messages, use and follow hashtags, create photo albums & events, like, dislike and comment on posts & re-share posts.

  7. Featuresfriendica

    Featuresfriendica Features Post “Status Updates” Photos, albums, tagging, privacy Events Calendar Show different profiles to different people/communities Privacy with military encryption Relationship Control (Follow and or share only) Browse posts by protocol (RSS, Bluesky, OStatus, ActivityPub) Following contacts and hashtags Themes and Addons

  8. Fediverse - Wikipedia

    The fediverse (a portmanteau of "federation" and "universe") is an ensemble of social networks, which, while independently hosted, can communicate with each other. ActivityPub, a W3C standard, is the most widely used protocol that powers the fediverse. Users on different websites can send and receive updates from others across the network.