|Developer(s)||dessalines and nutomic|
|Initial release||8 April 2019|
v0.6.7 / January 27, 2020
|Written in||Rust, Actix, Inferno, Typescript, and Diesel|
|License||GNU Affero General Public License|
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Lemmy is a free and open-source self-hosted social networking service, with a format based on Reddit. It was originally created by the user Dessalines on GitHub and licensed under the Affero General Public License, and now incorporates contributions from many other developers. Lemmy is intended to be a decentralized link aggregator and forum using the ActivityPub protocol to operate in the Fediverse, though implementation of ActivityPub is still in progress, and the service is currently not decentralized. However, anyone can create a self-hosted and independent instance of Lemmy. The main instance of Lemmy is dev.lemmy.ml, which is also the main development and testing instance for the project.
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