Wildebeest, a Mastodon-compatible server running on Cloudflare pages

Today we’re introducing Wildebeest, an open-source, easy-to-deploy ActivityPub and Mastodon-compatible server built entirely on top of Cloudflare’s Supercloud. If you want to run your own spot in the Fediverse you can now do it entirely on Cloudflare.

Wildebeest serves two purposes: you can quickly deploy your Mastodon-compatible server on top of Cloudflare and connect it to the Fediverse in minutes, and you don’t need to worry about maintaining or protecting it from abuse or attacks; Cloudflare will do it for you automatically.

Sounds interesting.

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5 thoughts on “Wildebeest, a Mastodon-compatible server running on Cloudflare pages”

  1. “Wildebeest does not let you transfer your followers to/from it, ergo it should not be used, lest you find yourself locked-in to Cloudflare’s ecosystem forever.”, heißt es hier: https://mastodon.neat.computer/@jonah/109835998207877546
    Wenn das stimmt, sollte man das zumindest wissen, bevor man diese Lösung einsetzt. Ich hätte zumindest nicht damit gerechnet.

  2. For the IBM, now HCL, the new found love for ActivityPub is a mix of Groundhog Day and ghost of OpenSocial past hounding 🤣

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