Lemmy (software)

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Lemmy
Lemmy Logo.svg
Developer(s)LemmyNet[1]
Written in Rust, Actix, Diesel, Inferno, Typescript[2]
Engine
    License AGPL3[3]
    Websitejoin.lemmy.ml

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    Lemmy is a free and open-source self-hosted social networking service, with a format based on Reddit.[4] Lemmy is intended to be a decentralized link aggregator and forum using the ActivityPub protocol to operate in the Fediverse. However, anyone can create a self-hosted and independent instance of Lemmy.

    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. It is funded by NLnet[5] through the NGI0 Discovery Fund as well as individual donations via Liberapay,[6] Patreon, and OpenCollective.[7]

    Android Authority described the project as a decentralized way to share content.[8]

    Client Apps[edit]

    On linux there's an unofficial snap format client for lemmy.[9] There are lemmy clients for iOS[10] and Android.[11] There is also an official list of lemmy client apps.[12]

    References[edit]

    1. "Lemmy Developers".
    2. "About the project".
    3. "License file in source code". 14 Feb 2019.
    4. "Top 11 Best Open Source Forum Software to Self Host [2021]". It's FOSS. Retrieved 2021-11-10. Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)
    5. "NLnet; Lemmy". nlnet.nl.
    6. "Lemmy's profile". Liberapay. Retrieved 2021-11-10.
    7. "Lemmy - A link aggregator for the fediverse". join-lemmy.org.
    8. "The 10 best Reddit alternatives to try". Android Authority. 2021-04-08. Retrieved 2021-11-10.
    9. "Install lemmy on Linux | Snap Store". Snapcraft. Retrieved 2021-11-10.
    10. "‎Remmel for Lemmy". App Store. Retrieved 2021-11-10.
    11. Krawczyk, Filip (2021-11-08), lemmur, retrieved 2021-11-10
    12. "Lemmy - Apps and Libraries". join-lemmy.org. Retrieved 2021-11-10.


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