mastodon 4.1.1

mastodon 4.1.1


Mastodon is a free and open-source self-hosted social networking service that allows users to connect and communicate with others in a decentralized manner. It is built on the ActivityPub protocol, which enables interoperability between Mastodon instances and other federated social networking platforms. Mastodon allows users to create profiles, post messages, share images and videos, and follow other users. It provides a safe and inclusive environment for people to interact and share ideas with like-minded individuals while keeping control over their data.

  • Decentralized architecture with user-controlled servers and content moderation.
  • Customizable profiles with support for themes, emojis, and biographies.
  • Real-time timelines for following and interacting with other users' posts.
  • Direct messaging with privacy features such as end-to-end encryption.
  • Federated architecture that enables users to interact with users on other Mastodon instances.
  • Open API that enables third-party applications and integrations.

  • Community Building: Mastodon is ideal for building online communities around common interests or causes. With its customizable profiles, real-time timelines, and support for hashtags, it is easy to discover and connect with like-minded individuals. The decentralized architecture also provides users with greater control over their data and content moderation policies.
  • Business Marketing: Mastodon can be used by businesses to connect with customers and promote their products or services. With the open API, businesses can integrate Mastodon into their marketing strategy, such as creating branded hashtags and providing customer support through direct messaging.

  1. Install Mastodon on a server or sign up for a Mastodon instance.
  2. Set up a profile and customize it with themes, emojis, and biographies.
  3. Follow other users on the instance and interact with their posts.
  4. Use hashtags to discover and connect with users who share your interests.
  5. Use direct messaging to communicate privately with other users

  • Mastodon is built with Ruby on Rails, React.js, and Redux.
  • It uses ActivityPub, an open protocol for decentralized social networking, to enable federation between Mastodon instances.
  • Mastodon instances can be run on Linux, macOS, and Docker containers.
  • PostgreSQL is used as the default database for Mastodon.
  • Mastodon supports multiple languages, including English, French, and Japanese.

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