Hubzilla is a powerful platform for creating interconnected websites featuring a decentralized identity, communications, and permissions framework built using common webserver technology.
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That said, I think what's lacking is practical experience with those extra features because most people use Hubzilla in ways that could also be covered by Friendica, maybe even by Misty or Zap. Or even by Mastodon itself.I've yet to see anyone use Hubzilla as a Wordpress-like macroblog (I would if WriteFreely wasn't prettier). Or a website. Or a wiki. All this is possible, but that's unknown because it has never been proven AFAIK.
It's Facebook (the modern social network part)meets MySpace (the networked fanpage/company webpage/personal webpage with integrated media part)meets WordPress (the macroblog + CMS part)meets Pinterest (you can use it as an image gallery)meets Fandom (the wiki part)meets Google Cloud Services or Apple iCloud (the WebDAV + CalDAV + CardDAV server part)meets Discourse (you can use it as a forum)as decentralised, distributed, federated, anyone-could-host-it FLOSS. I've probably forgotten something.
Would you agree that a "digital home" / "digital identity" results out of