StreetPass is a browser extension that helps you find your people on Mastodon. Users verify themselves by adding a custom link to their personal site. StreetPass lets you know when you've found one of these links, and adds them to your StreetPass list. Browse the web as usual. StreetPass will build a list of Mastodon users made up of the websites you go to.
Available for Chrome and Firefox.
Accessible, simple and fast web client for Mastodon. You can use it to log into just about any Fediverse server.
node.js to build, figure it out from the Dockerfile.
Wildebeest is an ActivityPub and Mastodon-compatible server whose goal is to allow anyone to operate their Fediverse server and identity on their domain without needing to keep infrastructure, with minimal setup and maintenance, and running in minutes.
Wildebeest runs on top Cloudflare's Supercloud, uses Workers and Pages, the D1 database to store metadata and configurations, Zero Trust Access to handle authentication and Images for media handling.
Requires a Cloudflare account, because they're basically your infrastructure. This also means that, of course, the installation and setup process is even more involved than trying to write a Terraform manifest.
A counter updated daily to keep track of the number of jagoffs who keep trying to write search engines for the Fediverse that nobody wants.
An alternative client for the Fediverse.
We are a collection of furry instances on the Fediverse, which is just a fancy way of saying we are a bunch of servers that federate together allowing furries to join the wider Fediverse. To ease the confusion, Fediverse just means a collection of servers that all communicate with each other. Matodon, Pleroma, Pixelfed, and more are all software that speak Activity Pub which is the protocol the Fediverse runs on.
Masto is an OSINT tool written in python to gather intelligence on Mastodon users and instances.
A frontend for Mastodon/Pleroma with heavy inspiration from the Tumblr user dashboard. DashboardFE should work on a standard LAMP stack with the most common php extensions enabled. It does NOT require a database. While the project works with a decent amount of stability, please note that it is still a work in progress, it can contain several not yet detected bugs or missing some features. The project it's in a constant state of change and improvement.
If you wanna test it first to see if you like it you can check the testing instance here: http://ayanami.cf/dashboard
The RapidBlock Project is a grassroots initiative to make Fediverse domain blocking more effective through collective action.
Moderation on the Fediverse is unevenly distributed. Some instance admins devotedly follow the #FediBlock hashtag, blocking abusive servers within hours of their first appearance on the network. Others wait until their own users file a report. Still others do nothing at all.
This uneven distribution of moderation allows abusive instances to do significant psychological harm. Abusive instances are a fast-moving target; setting up a new Mastodon instance takes only an hour or two, as does resetting an instance to give it a new domain name. This gives abusers a substantial time window in which there are a lot of available victims to target.
The RapidBlock Project is something different: humans are in the loop at every step of the decision-making process, and the only thing that is automated is the actual propagation of the decisions. Moderation is hard, especially good moderation. Moderation is a full-time job, and many Fediverse admins aren't taking up that mantle of responsibility. We are trying to build a central moderation team with a clear, published rationale for our blocking criteria and a clear dispute process for remediating mistaken blocks.
Explore thousands of Mastodon Servers spanning any topic you can think of on our Mastodon Server List. Curated.
msync is a command line client for Mastodon (and anything else that implements the same API, including Pleroma) that works a little different. msync doesn't stay connected to the internet all the time and constantly pull new posts. Instead, it only connects when you use the msync sync command. Every other change is stored on your computer until then. You can queue up posts to send, boost, bookmark, and favorite when you're online, download posts, notifications, and bookmarks to look at offline, and do the same for as many accounts as you want.
msync currently supports queueing and sending posts, boosts, favorites, and bookmarks for any number of accounts, as well as downloading the home timeline, notifications, bookmarks, and arbitrary threads.
The blocklist that chaos.social maintains. Updated regularly.
We have #fediblock to let others know of bad people or instances, but some people find it hard to scroll through a ton of posts and verify the validity of the post. Sometimes an instance isn't bad, but has stuff you may not want to see or is inappropriate for your instance, such as porn.
By "bad instance(s)," I mean instances that are generally bigoted, pedophilic, and/or host genuinely harmful content.
A list of instances in the Fediverse that are blocked and the reasons for it. Updated recently.
A human-curated small selection of accounts to spice up your timeline.
You can get RSS feeds of any specific tag in https://fedi.directory by adding /feed/ to the end of the tag's URL.
For example the tag for "Gardening" is at the URL:
Fedi.Tips is an informal, unofficial guide for non-technical people who want to use Mastodon and the wider Fediverse. Browse the contents on the index below.
To see the latest entries on this guide as they’re added, follow my FediTips account on the Fediverse at @firstname.lastname@example.org, or if you have a newsreader you can use RSS.
Fediverse stickers - grab 'em and print 'em.
Just put your username and instance in the href field at the beginning of the links to get a follow button or link that you can put on your website.
Proof that you go outside and touch grass once in a while.