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Jejune is a work in progress personal ActivityPub server designed to use constructions which provide functional security and resilience. Unlike most other implementations, Jejune does not use SQL databases, but instead uses a filesystem inspired by Linked Data concepts and RDF, which can be replicated in real-time using IPFS.
It provides a public website that can be themed by the end user, powered by Jinja templates and CSS variables.
For posting on the go, it has some level of API compatibility with Mastodon and Pleroma applications, but normally, it is driven by the ActivityPub client protocol and jejune-client.
This is alpha-quality software and does not yet support many features necessary for running a secure instance, it also lacks moderation tools. You should not run this software in production yet.
These instructions assume the user is using Alpine Linux. If you are using a different OS, you will need to translate the directions accordingly.
Before you proceed, you will need to install some dependencies:
# apk add build-base python3-dev openssl-dev
You will also want to create a user. Do not run Jejune as root!
# adduser jejune [...] # su - jejune $ git clone https://github.com/kaniini/jejune [...] $ cd jejune
We recommend the use of a Python
virtualenv. First, create a
virtualenv module and enter it:
$ python3 -m virtualenv prod $ source ./prod/bin/activate
Next, install the dependencies:
(prod) $ pip3 install -r requirements.txt
You will need to configure your instance. Copy
config.yaml.example and edit it:
(prod) $ cp config.yaml.example config.yaml (prod) $ nano config.yaml
Finally, you will need to create your admin user:
(prod) $ JEJUNE_CONFIG=config.yaml python3 -m jejune.tasks.create_user [...]
You can now launch the Jejune server, which will listen on localhost:8080. You should configure nginx or caddy or whatever server you use to proxy requests to localhost:8080.
(prod) $ JEJUNE_CONFIG=config.yaml python3 -m jejune [...] Starting webserver on 127.0.0.1:8080
At this point, you can go to
/.well-known/jejune on your instance to access
jejune-client. Happy blogging!