Murmurations Protocol Version 1 is up and running.

As described in our Project Update from Oct 2020, Murmurations has been under extensive development in order to update the code and to provide an open protocol and simple REST API on which anyone can build. The Version 1 work is almost complete and you can now start to use and build on Murmurations. There are several new elements in V1 and, if you’re new to what we’re building it… Read More »Murmurations Protocol Version 1 is up and running.

Project update – Oct 2020

Murmurations is evolving. The first version 0.1 of Murmurations is up and running and several organisations have created Murmurations profiles to help test the concept. You can create your own profile and see it pop up on the demo map, in the demo directory and if you have RSS your posts will be added to an aggregated mix of news posts in the demo aggregator. But version 0.1 was only… Read More »Project update – Oct 2020

VIDEO – Introducing Murmurations

This session from The Open Co-op conference introduces the concept of protocols, and Murmurations as a method to coordinate the vast diversity within our decentralised movement. The video covers: The “too many platforms” problem… What are ‘protocols’? – and why they present a powerful solution How Murmurations works How to install the WordPress plugin How to create a Json file for any other kind of website How projects and communities… Read More »VIDEO – Introducing Murmurations

Plugin and architecture updates, and Murmurations at Open 2020

We’ve released a new version of the Murmurations node plugin, along with a slew of updates to the demo aggregator, and some updates to the index and schema as well! Here’s a summary: Add-on networks are live! It’s now possible to create an add-on schema file, submit it to the index, and have it appear in the node plugin interface. This is an ambitious and still quite alpha feature, but… Read More »Plugin and architecture updates, and Murmurations at Open 2020