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NGI breaks down walls: decentralize social networking with ActivityPub
April 19, 2021 @ 10:00 - 12:00
One event on April 19, 2021 at 10:00
One event on April 26, 2021 at 10:00
One event on April 29, 2021 at 10:00
WHAT: Online webinars and workshop on federation and the decentralized social media protocol ActivityPub
- April 19 10:00 – 12:00
- April 26 10:00 – 12:00
- April 29 14:00 – 16:00
WHERE: FediverseWebinars (BigBlueButton)
CONTACT: Joost Agterhoek, NGI Zero
Summary: Through two webinars and a workshop NGI Zero and the ActivityPub-community will showcase to national and European administrations how the decentralized social networking protocol ActivityPub can help European institutions retake their online presence.
Focus: EU and national administrations
- Interested European and national administration including the European Commission, European Data Protection Supervisor, European Parliament
- Policy makers notably in relation to platforms, the Digital Service Act and Digital Market Act
- Recipients of NGI0 Discovery / PET-funding
- Active representatives of the ActivityPub-community
- Developers interested in NGI0 and ActivityPub
Co-authors of the official ActivityPub W3C Recommendation, advocates of the ActivityPub-community and developers of the federated universe will engage with representatives of European and national institutions including the European Commission, the European Data Protection Supervisor and European Parliament about the possibilities of federation and how the European Commission can announce important events on the federated universe (also known as the ‘fediverse’).
Webinar 1 – Introduce the decentralized social media protocol ActivityPub and its role on the fediverse
Webinar 2 – ActivityPub, the EU and the future. Federation and its role in the decentralized technology landscape
Workshop – Demonstrate how national and European administrations can adopt and benefit from ActivityPub
Access the full agenda here on the event website.
Two webinars will be held on Monday morning 19, and 26 of April from 10 to 12. A follow-up workshop will be held on Thursday 29 April afternoon from 14. Save the dates!