Je viens de découvrir Known, une sorte de Tumblr #opensource. Il applique un modèle intéressant : Publish (on your) Own Site, Syndicate Elsewhere (POSSE).
Create a single #website for all your content.
POSSE is an acronym/abbreviation for Publish (on your) Own Site, Syndicate Elsewhere. It’s a Syndication Model where the flow involves posting your content on your own domain first, then syndicating out copies to 3rd party services with perma(short)links back to the original version.
POSSE lets your friends keep using whatever silo aggregator (Facebook, Twitter, etc.) they’ve been using to read your stuff.
It’s a key part of why and how the “IndieWeb” movement is different from just “everyone blog on their own site”, and also different from “everyone just install and run StatusNet/Diaspora” etc.
POSSE is actually more important than federation. POSSE is about staying in touch with current friends now, rather than the potential of staying in touch with friends in the future. In addition, if federated approaches take a POSSE approach first, they will likely get better adoption (everyone wants to stay in touch with their friends), and thereby more rapidly approach that federated future.
Et sur le même modèle, il existe aussi Bridgy, mais ce n’est pas un #CMS. C’est un outil qui fait le lien entre votre site et les #réseaux_sociaux.
Got a web site?
Want to publish your posts to social networks?
Want to see comments and likes on your site?
Bridgy is for you.
Via IndieHosters (►https://indiehosters.net)