The priority after federation support is mobile APIs.
We are working with a few mobile developers to ensure they have the right tools to build amazing apps and experiences. #pixelfed
2019 is going to bring some interesting works from this agency.
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Article 13 makes it official. It's time to embrace #decentralization
I came upon these after reading the interesting but disturbing article "How land barons, industrialists and bankers corrupted economics"
"...Decision-making is distributed throughout the system, which functions as a dynamic, living whole. Each whole is more that the sum of its parts because each whole has a pattern. Each part is in turn a whole with its own integrity and its own unique patterns. Thus the age of simple centralisation is obsolete..."
"The Nature of the living world is that it is systemic – it consists of systems within systems within systems. Living systems operate in accord with simple rules and principles. Feedback loops between all entities provide a dynamic equilibrium..."
"Researchers reveal Android devices communicating with Google servers almost 90 times per hour" https://www.digit.in/article/amp/internet/43077/researchers-reveal-android-devices-communicating-with-google-servers-almost-90-times-per-hour
Support /e/ at htts://e.foundation
Fourthly, curious about where go-fed/activity v1.0.0 is going to go?
Are you interested in extended vocabularies like ForgeFed, MoodleNet, or ValueFlows?
Then I got some good news for you: "Go-Fed: Road to v1" is now published as PDF or in golang's present tool format:
Mozilla, Defender of Your Privacy™ And A Force For Good In The World™ presents: an “experiment” that shares your browsing history with a third party to give you a “personalised feed of quality content.”
Note: Mozilla is not a surveillance capitalist. How dare you even think that? Some Of The Best People I Know Work There!™
Also: Mozilla has not and will never continue to get billions of dollars from Google/Alphabet, Inc.
Finally, what are you, a communist?!
BTW I had a big revelation at the last Rebooting Web of Trust when I was talking to someone about the decentralized tech stuff I work on and they said "I'm very excited about blockchain and how much it can change humanity" and it took a bit in the conversation to realize that they thought *all* distributed networked technology was "blockchain" technology.
Technology.. but for the masses. And.. for the better :)
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