In networks, an is a node that instances can voluntarily connect to, which helps them find and federate. Like in the , they help introduce user nodes to each other.

Some developers are trying to figure out how to bridge the network to the network by making Pubs speak AP:

There are a number of protocol implement wrinkles that could use suggestions from both AP app devs and users.

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@strypey @liaizon thanks im brainstorming for a social network with local peepz, something way different than mastodon.. i want to try #ssb to compare with #hubzilla possibilities..

@ajeremias My understanding is that Hubzilla is more like a federated CMS (eg Wordpress or Drupal) than a social media tool. SSB, unlike the fediverse apps, is totally distributed (P2P). Like or .

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