@ramberry@lemmy.ml
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Lemmy currently supports only inter-Lemmy federations, and the Lemmy developers are thinking of federating with Fediverse in the future, but that will be a long way off. So, it is not possible. At least not yet.

poVoq
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This is only partially correct.

There is some ongoing efforts to enable community (groups) federation to other systems, the problem is that very few other ActivityPub based software have groups/communities as a concept.

For federating user-accounts, yeah that seems a bit off as it really isn’t the focus of Lemmy.

@nutomic@lemmy.ml
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Group vs Person is not a big deal, its just a single json field thats named differently. The problem is that each software implements a slightly different subset of activitypub, because there are many different ways to do the same thing. So these incompatibilities need to be fixed.

@humanetech@lemmy.ml
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The other day I noticed that Mastodon federates PeerTube channels as Groups that you can follow. On the Profile you can see this displayed as a ‘Group’ label (in the web interface). Don’t know how other microblogging apps handle this.

@humanetech@lemmy.ml
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This is an excellent opportunity to create a brainstorm topic for that in Fediverse Futures, so here goes:

🚀 Ideas for federating Lemmy to the Fediverse

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Fediverse is a portmanteau of “federation” and “universe”. It is a common, informal name for a federation of social network servers whose main purpose is microblogging, the sharing of short, public messages.

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