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One thing I have yet to see non-AP advocates bring up is the lack of the need to depend on centralized networks to use AP (at least, just AS). The e-mail model is a prime example and I think a lot of people look at it like IMAP (Internet e-mail) versus something like POP (which, tbh, just needs the IP stack).

byhttps://jacky.wtf • posted archived copycurrent

More specifically, the Fediverse will be able to squelch a lot of critique if more work was spent into things like C2S (client to server), moving servers to local devices (and using relays to bridge to other network layers) and embracing more non-HTTP stacks. That's hard (hence the need to "build from scratch" in a lot of the P2P space).

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