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To be fair most of those have absolutely no ActivityPub support, only talking about the desire to support it at some point in the future. Others are early alpha and cant really be run reliably.

Pixelfed, has no activitypub features

anfora has no userinterface of anykind and is unusuable and not even alpha yet.

Plume is early beta and so buggy it is barely usable.

Prismo has no activitypub features

etc. etc.

While i agree there is a lot of hope for the future and many of these projects are on the horizon and i look forward to them the truth is there really isnt much available
right now in any useful form. But it is clear we are getting there.

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Today the future is #Hubzilla #Friendica #Mastodon #gnusocial  #Diaspora and maybe #pleroma 

5 Big projects :

I tester Pleroma yesterday and I am disappointed. Not really ready yet !!!

Instead of multiplying projects of dream, We must make big project better and more usable.

The beauty of Open Source is in its diversity. I think all these services have their place in the Fediverse, regardless whether they stay or not. The key here is interoperability; if they can share data with each other, a bunch of small services can easily outperform and outsmart silos.

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@switchingsocial Sure, all valid. I am just saying we have to be honest about just how many projects are usable and have ActivityPub support. The answer to that is very very few.

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