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The Matrix protocol powers an open network for secure, decentralized communication.
These are the goals we are currently considering:
Cactus Comments (2021-05-30)
Cactus Comments is a “federated comment system for the web, based on the [[Matrix]] protocol”.
Support Pleroma (2021-03-24)
We’ve had a request to support [[Pleroma]]. Reports are that it doesn’t work with Moa currently, which is likely due to [[OAuth]] scope related issues. See the Pleroma docs.
Pleroma is a microblogging server software https://pleroma.social/
OAuth is an authentication standard which is widely used to grant permission to access websites and APIs without having to share a user’s password directly.
Moa Party (2021-03-24)
The Moa Party is the collection of people, code, services and community that powers everything, including:
An open source social network that is federated: anyone can run a home server, and each server forms a different community which can have unique rules and features.
Cross posting to Git (2021-03-24)
Enabling cross-posting to a personal Git repo in order to help power a digital garden.
Bring Back Instagram (2021-03-24)
[[Instagram]] changed their API so that cross-posting was no longer possible.
The ActivityPub protocol is a decentralized social networking protocol based upon the [[ActivityStreams]] 2.0 data format. It provides a client to server API for creating, updating and deleting content, as...
This page will describe all of the Moa options.
Open Collective (2021-03-17)
Open Collective is a platform that enables projects to raise funds and manage them transparently. The Moa Open Collective page is at https://opencollective.com/moa
Part of server code, available at moa.party/privacy. This moaparty.com website is a static website, details in the [[Colophon]].
Currently cross-posting to Instagram is no longer possible. Check the [[Bring Back Instagram]] page for more details.
What is a Moa? (2021-03-14)
A moa is a “now-extinct flightless bird endemic to New Zealand” (Wikipedia)
Moa is the actual name of the server code that runs [[Moa Party]].
Maintainers are those who actively work on code, community, docs, or other aspects of [[Moa Party]].
Gitlab Pages (2021-03-14)
Main page is: https://pages.gitlab.io
James Moore, @foozmeat on many networks including Mastodon and Twitter.
FedStoa stands for Federated Stoa or Fediverse Stoa.
Digital Garden Jekyll Template (2021-03-14)
This is the sample note that comes with @maximevaillancourt’s theme for Jekyll.
Dev Server (2021-03-14)
The development server has in-progress beta code on it, running at https://dev.moa.party. It uses different [[Twitter API]] credentials and has a different database, so you need to re-authenticate to use...
Design a Logo (2021-03-14)
Commission a designer to make a logo representing [[Moa Party]]. It will almost certainly feature a giant bird and some sort of party theme.
This site is created using [[Jekyll]] using the [[Digital Garden Jekyll Template]].
Boris Mann is one of the core [[Maintainers]]. His personal digital garden is at https://bmannconsulting.com.
Support Our Dependencies (2021-04-08)
[[Moa Party]] is open source software run as a public utility. We encourage people who find the service useful, want to contribute to building out new features, or otherwise wish...
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