Decentralizing Social Interactions with ActivityPub

ActivityPub is a W3C standard protocol that describes ways for different social network sites (loosely defined) to talk to and interact with one another. ActivityPub aims to do for social network interactions what RSS did for content, and is being used today to power alternative social networks like Mastodon and Pleroma.
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