A self-hosted service in a micro-blog style, nobody can @ you here. The idea is to privately post personal notes, photos, videos and project ideas in a micro-blog style that you can later reflect and look back on.
Uses SQLite as its back-end.
Well, it probably is, you'll just be the only user.
twtxt is a Self-Hosted, Twitter™-like Decentralised microBlogging platform. No ads, no tracking, your content, your data! Multi-user capable. No idea if it's federatable or not.
An ultra-slim microblogging package for hackers. CLI or bust. Open system - uses text files in public places, so there. Tracks the directories of twtxt users and aggregates them into a timeline. Written in Python3. Integrates with the usual shell environments. Simple enough that people have written their own implementations.
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Maybe it can be repurposed as a message bus for stuff?
Very lightweight web client for Mastodon. Multiple instance support. Tries to be fast and easy to use. Tries to be as lightweight as the Twitter mobile site.
Ethical and privacy-conscious alternatives for websites and apps.
There's a better way: a network of independent microblogs. Short posts like tweets but on your own web site that you control.
Micro.blog is a safe community for microblogs. A timeline to follow friends and discover new posts. Hosting built on open standards.
An online microblogging site for IoT stuff. Publish and subscribe to arbitrary data. Does not require an account to use (strangely), just publish and go. Has a REST API, responds with JSON. Stores one day of data history by default. You need to pay to get more storage. Realtime capable. Can alert on certain conditions. Multiple client libraries, including python modules.
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