What is Plume?
It is a federated blogging engine, based on ActivityPub. It is not just a single website, but an entire interconnected, yet independent network of what we call instances. You write content from your own instance, but anyone else on any other Plume instance can enjoy your stories too.
Plume is a tool in the Hosted Blogging Platforms category of a tech stack.
Who uses Plume?
- A blog-centric approach
- Media management
- Collaborative writing
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