This is a test site for the my activism on the 'net activities. Several different web technologies will be tried here, until I find one I like.

Candidates for evaluation.

Bridgy

is a component used for bridging to other social sites.

Buddycloud

Buddycloud isn't an actual web thingy, it's development stuff for people to add to their own apps.

diaspora*

Yes, the asterisk is part of the diaspora* name. It's a bust, too hard to install, coz Ruby doesn't play well with others. So I gave up on it.

Drupal

is a popular CMS that I have used in the past to create a little community web site, complete with forums, chat room, wiki, and support.

Friendica

is installed for eveluation and testing.

Currently disabled due to lack of interest.

Seems to be good for bridging to others, including the closed ones. It was very easy to install. The editor is a bit bare bones, though it supports BBCode, which is kinda like raw HTML with square brackets instead of angle brackets, not so user friendly. The smiley system is even less user friendly. B-( I'll try tweaking it a bit more to make it friendlier, before moving onto the next one on the list.

Hubzilla

is installed for eveluation and testing.

Currently disabled due to lack of interest.

A sorta successor to Friendica, with a different approach and different goals. Looks to be easy enough to install, but it wants to be at the root of your domain, everybody can't be the root. B-( Also requires HTTPS. Due to the need to be the root document of the web site, this is now running on gabba-ward.pleasecome.in not activism.isok.info.

IndieWeb

more of a howto and a philosophy, for bolting bits and pieces together.

Known

is installed for eveluation and testing.

Currently disabled due to lack of interest.

Known looks to be clean and simple to use. It includes IndieWeb and Bridgy stuff. Has a WYSIWYG editor, but no smileys.

Kolab

Kolab is an enterprisey thing, with typical enterprise problems. Mostly seems to bolt together open source bits and pieces.

PRISM-break

lists a few things that might be useful.

SledjHamr

is my ongoing project to create virtual worlds that ordinary people can run. It includes my web site plans.

Sputnik

Sputnik is a wiki written in Lua, but it stopped being developed in 2012.