A self-hosted, single-user, ActivityPub powered microblog.
Instances in the wild:
There are still some rough edges, but the server is mostly functional.
- Implements the ActivityPub server to server protocol
- Federate with all the other popular ActivityPub servers like Pleroma, PixelFed, PeerTube, Mastodon...
- Consume most of the content types available (notes, articles, videos, pictures...)
- Exposes your ActivityPub profile as a minimalist microblog
- Author notes in Markdown, with code highlighting support
- Dedicated section for articles/blog posts (enabled when the first article is posted)
- Uses SQLite, and no external dependencies except Python 3.10+
- Can be deployed on small VPS
- EXIF metadata (like GPS location) are stripped before storage
- Every media is proxied through the server
- Strict access control for your outbox enforced via HTTP signature
- The UI is pure HTML/CSS
- Except tiny bits of hand-written JS in the note composer to insert emoji and add alt text to images
- IndieWeb citizen
- Easy to backup
- Everything is stored in the
data/ directory: config, uploads, secrets and the SQLite database.
Check out the online documentation.
All the development takes place on sourcehut, GitHub is only used as a mirror:
Contributions are welcomed, check out the documentation for more details.
The project is licensed under the GNU AGPL v3 LICENSE (see the LICENSE file).