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Goggleplus admin

gplus@goggleplus.online

the Federation Network, goggleplus' network.

  last edited: Mon, 22 Oct 2018 07:10:18 -0400  
So how this works is as follows...  You are a user with channels on the #Goggleplus website, known as "node".

This "node" is one of currently of about 90 that use something called #Hubzilla which is a "project" alongside about 22 other "projects" (or source code that drives each website). These are all talking, or in the process of talking, to each other to enable all the different nodes to talk to each other via 6 different "protocols".

At present Goggleplus is only connected to about 2,200 users on the Hubzilla protocol. Soon we intend connecting to the other 21 projects, some of which are much bigger, giving us access to a total of over 2.2million users for you to connect to.

Here's the total breakdown of how it all works if you want more detail:

https://the-federation.info/#protocols


The Federation - a statistics hub
Node list and statistics for The Federation and Fediverse
Channels

  last edited: Sun, 21 Oct 2018 04:18:36 -0400  
Ok some channels just getting started here on #goggleplus include

@Classic Rock
@Mark Thomas
@Otto
@ABL
@Kev corr
@bella
@Jeff Diver
@Democracy and Direct Democracy
@Benjamin L. Russell
@Shauna Smith
@Warren Gerdes
@halfey
@ChrisGreenwalty
@Dogs
@Go:
@Mr. Anderson

Check out these profiles and connect if they hold interest. Try making a post if you are new, to introduce. Add keywords and interests. If you have certain topics you want to post about consider a new channel for that subject if it's a passion of yours.

There are a range of controls over your post's security and distribution check them out.

When you've made the post click on that post's Link to Source and copy the URL to other media if you like.
Invite friends, they can only join with an invitation code at this point, which gets generated when you invite.

Cheers,
Gplus
Fire away if there's any questions.
  last edited: Sun, 21 Oct 2018 06:10:06 -0400  
Thanks for the heads up Gplus. I like the format of this software and would like to run it on my website as a sideline forum based community system. Is it something I can leverage/install on my hosting service?
  
I'll get my web guru to have a look at it and see what he thinks. :-)
  last edited: Tue, 30 Oct 2018 21:19:48 -0400  
What was the web guru's verdict? :-)