#hubzilla

Now I have an #hubzilla server… but how can I share content with that server and vice versa?

When I search on Hubzilla I see many Diaspora-Accounts, but when I click “Connect” there it seems to be a one-way-connection…? At least my “add contacts that share with you automatically” did not work.

When I search here in Diaspora for channels on the Hubzilla server I get no results.

I am #confused. A bit.

My contact in Hubzilla would be thomas@mint-n-er.de, if anybody is interested (but for the beginning I will use both profiles parallel).

PS: But at least the server is running! ;)

Thomas Runge

If a decentralized Web doesn’t achieve mass participation, nothing has really changed.

Si la Web descentralizada no logra la participación masiva, nada ha cambiado realmente.

#diaspora #red-social #social-network #movim #friendica #hubzilla #sociedad #comportamiento

Diego Ariel

Just a thought how/why to filter multi-lingual posts/users in #hubzilla and #friendica.

reason:
I like to follow and read posts from ppl that have a different mother-language then I do. If they also post in their mother-language the chances are high that it doesn't bring me any value, but just filling my timeline...but I don't want to miss their posts that are written in a language that I can read.

possible solution:
- let ppl select the language their post is writen in
- let ppl filter their timeline based on selected language

paulfree14

A couple of days ago the world saw a major #Hubzilla release - 3.0

In memory of Tony Baldwin a.k.a. Tazman, a Friendica/Redmatrix/Hubzilla enthusiast and contributor, who passed away last week.

lightone

A quick reminder how diverse Fediverse is in terms of programming languages:

 #Ruby: diaspora*, Mastodon, Libertree
 #PHP: GNU Social, Friendica, Hubzilla, postActiv
 #Python: Socialhome
 #Go: gangGo
 #Elixir: Pleroma
 #Rust: Fedibook
 #Nodejs: pump.io

#diaspora #socialhome #gnusocial #hubzilla #mastodon #pumio #software #socialnetwork #fediverse

Diego Ariel

I am a proud diasporan but am curious if anyone wants to share their experiences with members of the federation other than #diaspora such as #friendica #hubzilla and #socialhome

diaspora

the federation - a statistics hub
Podlist and statistics for The Federation (diaspora*, Friendica, Hubzilla).

Dalmatian Dan

@{Hubzilla Development+ ; hubzilla@project.hubzilla.org}

It's a tough nut to crack, but it's possible to export a #Godot game to HTML5, then embed the resulting game into a #Hubzilla addon. Right now I'm experimenting with loading a platformer game demo into the skeleton add-on as a base. I've got the files spread out and structured into a hierarchy, and I hope to get the player to successfully load with these changes. After that's done, I'll be able to put it into a proper view template, and wrap some native interface elements around it.

My hope is that this could provide a method for sharing my games on the web, in something that could be featured as a personal gallery. A pipe dream version of that may be some kind of "Game Library" add-on that can load and store related Godot HTML5 games and display them in a gallery of sorts.

As far as HTML5 games are concerned, there are generally a number of limitations. Keyboard input works well with Godot, but right-click interactions seem to be off the table for now. Games also seem to be affected by load times proportionate to the overall file size, although it seems that this can be handled gracefully when it comes to loading individual scenes (game levels or rooms). I'm curious to test this out with my own projects as their size and complexity scales up.

Another interesting aspect is that Godot can be made to interact with libraries and environments outside of itself. In theory, it may be possible to provide some sort of bridge between Hubzilla's own hooks and the game engine. One simple way to demonstrate this might be for the game to welcome a player by their channel name.

Sean Tilley

Der Fehler

"(Person) schrieb den folgenden Beitrag (Dauer) #her "

tritt auf #Hubzilla immer dann auf, wenn ein Beitrag weitergesagt wird. Nicht nur, entgegen meiner ursprünglichen Behauptung hier, im Schmalbildschirm-Layout. Nominativ(Ereignis) + Dauer + her + sein ist richtig, Nominativ(Akteur) + Verb + Akkusativ/Dativ(Objekt) + vor + Dauer ist auch richtig, aber nicht diese Vermischung. Ich nehme an, dass der Fehler auf die unreflektierte Übernahme der englischen Wendung mit ago und die Gleichsetzung von ago mit her zurückzuführen ist. Hier im Forum @{DE Ãœbersetzungen ; de@hubzilla.zottel.net} sind ja #zanata, #transifex und auch die Diskussionsmöglichkeit in Hubzilla selbst erwähnt, jetzt fehlen nur noch die Taten. Mag mir bitte jemand erklären, wo ich diesen Übersetzungsfehler korrigieren und dann die Korrektur in den Quellcode einbinden/hochladen kann?
@{DE Ãœbersetzungen ; de@hubzilla.zottel.net} @{Tobias ; tobias@hubzilla.a-zwenkau.de} @{Paul Free ; paulfree14@libranet.de} @{neue medienordnung plus ; nmoplus@hub.freecommunication.org} @{Fraengii ; fraengii@hubzilla.fraengii.de}
Beispielbild des Fehlers:
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King Emir (Hubzilla)

testing if diaspora users can comment on this, without being connected to this channel.

...sry for missusing the #newhere tag for that.
...but I think I also haven't done one since using #hubzilla.

So here I am :)

interests:
#anarchy #solidarity #awarness #directAction #podcasts #traveling #floss (free #opensource software)
and of course promoting: federated social networks

paulfree14

Image/photogiac hellvecio wrote the following post Mon, 08 Jan 2018 16:48:40 +0100

With great sadness I discovered today that our friend Tony B. aka Tazman has left us.
My great adventure companion and friend in these 6/7 years of free foss networks.
Rest in peace my friend and find serenity in the other dimension <3 ... <3
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BcOqXReeBWQ

#libertree #redmatrix #hubzilla #friendica #gnusocial #diaspora


James Lamentus

I have a #problem installing #hubzilla

I followed these instructions and am now at the point “Open a browser and visit your site to complete the setup.”

Anyway, in the browser there is an “Hubzilla Server - Setup / System check” site with the following missing requirement: “Url rewrite is working” and message:

Url rewrite in .htaccess is not working. Check your server configuration.Test: array ( ‘return_code’ => 0, ‘success’ => false, ‘header’ => ‘’, ‘body’ => ‘’, ‘error’ => ‘SSL: no alternative certificate subject name matches target host name ‘www.[[myhostname]].de’’, ‘debug’ => array ( ‘url’ => ‘https://www.[[myhostname]].de/setup/testrewrite’, ‘content_type’ => NULL, ‘http_code’ => 0, ‘header_size’ => 0, ‘request_size’ => 0, ‘filetime’ => -1, ‘ssl_verify_result’ => 1, ‘redirect_count’ => 0, ‘total_time’ => 0.021252, ‘namelookup_time’ => 8.6000000000000003E-5, ‘connect_time’ => 0.00058399999999999999, ‘pretransfer_time’ => 0.0, ‘size_upload’ => 0.0, ‘size_download’ => 0.0, ‘speed_download’ => 0.0, ‘speed_upload’ => 0.0, ‘download_content_length’ => -1.0, ‘upload_content_length’ => -1.0, ‘starttransfer_time’ => 0.0, ‘redirect_time’ => 0.0, ‘redirect_url’ => ‘’, ‘primary_ip’ => ‘[[my-ip]]’, ‘certinfo’ => array ( ), ‘primary_port’ => 443, ‘local_ip’ => ‘172.31.1.100’, ‘local_port’ => 43288, ), )

Any hints what the problem may be?

Thomas Runge

I have a #problem installing #hubzilla ...

I followed these instructions and am now at the point "Open a browser and visit your site to complete the setup."

Anyway, in the browser there is an "Hubzilla Server - Setup / System check" site with the following missing requirement: "Url rewrite is working" and message:

Url rewrite in .htaccess is not working. Check your server configuration.Test: array ( 'return_code' => 0, 'success' => false, 'header' => '', 'body' => '', 'error' => 'SSL: no alternative certificate subject name matches target host name 'www.[[myhostname]].de'', 'debug' => array ( 'url' => 'https://www.[[myhostname]].de/setup/testrewrite', 'content_type' => NULL, 'http_code' => 0, 'header_size' => 0, 'request_size' => 0, 'filetime' => -1, 'ssl_verify_result' => 1, 'redirect_count' => 0, 'total_time' => 0.021252, 'namelookup_time' => 8.6000000000000003E-5, 'connect_time' => 0.00058399999999999999, 'pretransfer_time' => 0.0, 'size_upload' => 0.0, 'size_download' => 0.0, 'speed_download' => 0.0, 'speed_upload' => 0.0, 'download_content_length' => -1.0, 'upload_content_length' => -1.0, 'starttransfer_time' => 0.0, 'redirect_time' => 0.0, 'redirect_url' => '', 'primary_ip' => '78.47.172.192', 'certinfo' => array ( ), 'primary_port' => 443, 'local_ip' => '172.31.1.100', 'local_port' => 43288, ), )

Any hints what the problem may be?

Is it because of the letsencrypt certificate?

Or maybe the domain's dns settings?

Thomas Runge

I currently own the wedistribute.org domain, and I'm hoping to put it to good use soon. I've spent quite a lot of time reflecting on what I want the thing to be, how I hope it might work, and what kinds of topics I want to cover.

One of my largest concerns over the past few years has been in the decline of quality news coverage of Free Software projects and the shuttering of outlets such as Free Software Magazine and other Linux-friendly outlets. Indeed, even at the peak of such outlets, there has been a long history of awesome projects getting completely passed over because it is deemed uninteresting to "the average consumer". Even popular outlets such as OMG! Ubuntu have been on a decline for years in terms of meaningful coverage.

Image/photo

In 2018, I hope for We Distribute to become a full-blown publication, a periodical that syndicates content throughout The Free Network and covers technical advancements in the decentralization movement. Most of this will still be federation-focused, but I've decided to expand my definition of The Decentralization Movement to include:

  • Free and Open Source Software - GNU/Linux, BSD, desktop environments, applications, etc
  • Distributed Systems - This includes Peer-to-Peer projects, as well as initiatives such as i2p and Hyperboria
  • Cryptocurrencies - AltCoins as well as other types of distributed ledgers / distributed value storage
  • Mesh Networking - Scuttlebutt and other initiatives

The idea for this publication is to write articles in a structure and format similar to Ars Technica or The Verge. The core difference is that, instead of trying to sell you products, it provides exposure for an ecosystem of digital counterculture, all of which provides free knowledge as a basis to build on. It would also provide simple news updates alongside chunkier articles, interviews, and in-depth reviews.

I'm still evaluating how I want to build it out, but I'm looking very seriously at using #Hubzilla as a base - that way, every single article can be dispersed in a federated stream across OStatus, Diaspora, and ActivityPub protocols. It could even get cross-posted to Identi.ca and Libertree.

Sean Tilley

Hey all!

I am going to be deleting this account on Friday. Please follow me via my Hubzilla account which you can find via diaspora*'s search above: brandonthevegan@gerzilla.de

Thanks! :)

#leaving #diaspora #hubzilla

Theatre