Tuesday Feb 03, 2009

Do we need private community microblogging?

Is twitter or microblogging a service that would benefit from more active community management? It would seem that the people at friendfeed seem to thinks so but the people at Laconica have produced a package that allows for the hosting of a microblogging community, which was pointed out to me by Peter Reiser and Scott Matoon.

Despite Peter Reiser’s statement (on his twitter feed at 1.41 am GMT 3rd Feb) that it installs on Solaris like a dream, I chose to install on Ubuntu Linux and there is a specific install page for Ubuntu at the Laconica site. It’s also useful to look at the >>README as it documents the pre-requisities and discusses the location of the site within the webserver's root namespace in more adult fashion than the Ubuntu install page.

Microblogging

I have written up my install notes on my snipsnap, and must try and get them adopted at the Laconica site. I have also repeated them in the [Read More] section below, but once its properly installed I made a post, changed my avatar and checked the RSS, and I did it all in a Virtual Box image.

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