4) According to the idea of @Mike Macgirvin (Mike Macgirvin), Hubzilla should be an extension of the Zap project, which has undergone (is undergoing) a modernization metamorphosis. In my opinion, this is the only way that can ensure real success. And I am very interested in the success of Hubzilla
...Polish translation, I first decided to translate...
...enthusiasm was gone...
As of today, there are 266 open issues in the framagit.org/hubzilla/core repository and 32 in the framagit.org/hubzilla/addons repository
I shouldn't even respond but in the interests of accuracy, no - I do not believe that (#4) at all. Otherwise I'll refer you the project LICENSE for warranty and refund information
Now we've come full circle and returned to our roots with the launch of Mistpark 2020 (aka 'Misty'). This incorporates newer protocols and a wealth of experience we've picked up along this fascinating journey, while remaining true to our original principles.
As far as which one to use, that's up to you. Zap is the root of this tree and development starts there. Redmatrix is Zot-only by default. All the others are fully integrated into the ActivityPub side of the fediverse and a bit like "Debian stable" in the sense that they usually don't get updated until we're comfortable with the latest changes in Zap or there's a security patch. Then these are pushed out. Roadhouse is the start of something new and different, but development will probably be a wee bit slower going forward. I'm retired now and fixing the planet and saving lives is a priority over fixing social media and listening to people whinge and attack me 24/7/365 for doing something I once enjoyed and sharing it with the world
For me, the answer is important because I have become involved in this work.
I'm not saying that Hubzilla should be a fork of Zap, but that Hubzilla should use Zap code in its kernel, as new as possible. Thus Hubzilla should be a kind of Zap extension and not a Zap fork.
Another thing that is important to understand is that of those 200+ open issues, only a few represent actual "actionable" issues and for many of the others, we couldn't actually find a problem and need more information or they represent different expectations
Anyway I'm mostly suggesting that yes, we all know the code has to be updated.
I can't commit since registration on framagit is closed, but I can review.
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since the service will be discontinued