Pleroma is a free and open source, federated, social networking server built on open protocols. It consists of several openly developed components, including the Pleroma server and the default Pleroma frontend. Since Pleroma is built for the fediverse it is compatible with other socially federated networks such as GNU Social, Mastodon, and many other ActivityPub implementations.
Alternatives to Pleroma
Mastodon is a free and open source decentralized social network that is used by over 4.4 million people. At mastodon you can follow friends, discover and rally around topics, and share links, pictures, text, video, much like Twitter. The main difference with Mastodon is the decentralized nature of the software. Anyone is free to start their own Mastodon server, that automatically interconnects with all the other Mastodon servers. Since the network is community-owned and not backed by any venture capital you can be sure that your data will not be monitized and that you will have an ad-free experience.
GNU social connects you to a free network of thousands of communities that discuss daily on a variety of topics, each being part of the whole. GNU social supports both single-user and community modes and can be used in an intranet environment or as part of the wider open network. The free and open source microblogging server is written in PHP and built on-top of the OStatus standard for inter-operation between installations.
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27/12/2020 (4 months ago)