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Due to recent events, all TOR exit nodes are hereby banned from /19/ and /meta/ permenantly.
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federated chan: I've been thinking of Mastodon lately and the idea of federation. I've also been thinking of gochan and the efforts to develop a new chan based on golang.

One thing that is learn is that the chaniverse, the 'alt chan' community is declining.

Instead of writing yet another chan, something new needs to happen: A common protocol or interface which defines server to server and frontend-to-server operates.

This protocol would be defined as JSON endpoints, possibly extended off the already existing 4chan api which is read only.

Normal federation is based off of following individual users (see activitypub protocol), whereas this would be based off following boards/topics.

The frontend-to server api definition would be there so that mobile clients etc can be made that are standardized, allows SPAs and mobile clients to use it while also providing an optional server-side rendered version for browsers, in case people don't want the javascript of an SPA.

Also it would allow everyone to write their own chan software while having it all interoperate with a wider universe of alt chans.

The same restrictions of mastodon (ex: blocking certain other instances) could also apply. The only think I think would be needed was individual accounts/registrations so that individual users could follow boards on other sites and it wouldn't have to replicate more than necessary

what does everyone think? I am i missing any details? is this a good idea?

crossposted from:https://bunkerchan.xyz/tech/res/3680.html

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