Austin Fatheree, March 24 2023
The proposed project aims to create a cross-service poster that allows users to easily distribute content to a number of Internet Computer (IC) social media services, including but not limited to Distrikt, OpenChat, Taggr, DSCVR.one, and Catalyze. The new application will be designed to be modular so that users can easily add services as they emerge. It would be great if posting to classic social media was an option as well, but posts to those services should include links into the IC based services.
The cross-service poster will be a valuable tool for content creators, enabling them to easily distribute their content across multiple IC services with a single submission. The new application will also include features for registering accounts with each service, making it easy for users to submit content natively to each service.
To create the new cross-service poster, the project will require a team of experienced developers who are proficient in Motoko and have a strong understanding of the IC services ecosystem. The team will work closely with the IC community to ensure that the new application meets the needs of content creators working on the Internet Computer.
The on-chain portion of this application will include a motoko ‘wallet canister’ that will assume the identity of a user such that all posts to services on the IC will come from that Principal. This cansister should understand the .did schemas of the different services and process social posts to go across each service.
The off chain portion is a Dapp that lets the user create a post and then format it for each service according to the rules of that service(ie Distrkt is limited to 300 chars but can do multiple posts, taggr may need a place to put custom Tags.).
Overall, the new cross-service poster will provide a valuable resource for content creators working on the Internet Computer, enabling them to easily distribute their content across multiple IC services with a single submission. By incorporating features for registering accounts with each service, the new application will make it easy for users to submit content natively to each service, enhancing the user experience and simplifying content distribution.
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