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Instance rules
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Instance rules Instance rules
Glossary Glossary
Some terms, technical or otherwise, used in the text below may cover concepts that are difficult to grasp. We have provided a glossary here to help you understand them better: Some terms, technical or otherwise, used in the text below may cover concepts that are difficult to grasp. We have provided a glossary here to help you understand them better:
Instance Instance
Mobilizon software Mobilizon software
Instance administrator Instance administrator
The instance administrator is the person or entity that runs this Mobilizon instance. The instance administrator is the person or entity that runs this Mobilizon instance.
Application Application
In the following context, an application is a software, either provided by the Mobilizon team or by a 3rd-party, used to interact with your instance. In the following context, an application is a software, either provided by the Mobilizon team or by a 3rd-party, used to interact with your instance.
API API
An “application programming interface” or “API” is a communication protocol that allows software components to communicate with each other. The Mobilizon API, for example, can allow third-party software tools to communicate with Mobilizon instances to carry out certain actions, such as posting events on your behalf, automatically and remotely. An “application programming interface” or “API” is a communication protocol that allows software components to communicate with each other. The Mobilizon API, for example, can allow third-party software tools to communicate with Mobilizon instances to carry out certain actions, such as posting events on your behalf, automatically and remotely.
SSL/TLS SSL/TLS
Cookies and Local storage Cookies and Local storage
An instance is an installed version of the Mobilizon software running on a server. An instance can be run by anyone using the {mobilizon_software} or other federated apps, aka the “fediverse”. This instance's name is {instance_name}. Mobilizon is a federated network of multiple instances (just like email servers), users registered on different instances may communicate even though they didn't register on the same instance. An instance is an installed version of the Mobilizon software running on a server. An instance can be run by anyone using the {mobilizon_software} or other federated apps, aka the “fediverse”. This instance's name is {instance_name}. Mobilizon is a federated network of multiple instances (just like email servers), users registered on different instances may communicate even though they didn't register on the same instance.
SSL and it's successor TLS are encryption technologies to secure data communications when using the service. You can recognize an encrypted connection in your browser's address line when the URL begins with {https} and the lock icon is displayed in your browser's address bar. SSL and it's successor TLS are encryption technologies to secure data communications when using the service. You can recognize an encrypted connection in your browser's address line when the URL begins with {https} and the lock icon is displayed in your browser's address bar.
Home to {number} users Home to {number} users
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Increase Increase
In person In person
Instance Instance
Instance administrator Instance administrator
Instance configuration Instance configuration
Instance feeds Instance feeds
Instance languages Instance languages
Instance Long Description Instance Long Description
Instance Name Instance Name
{instanceName} is an instance of {mobilizon_link}, a free software built with the community. {instanceName} is an instance of {mobilizon_link}, a free software built with the community.
{instanceName} is an instance of the {mobilizon} software. {instanceName} is an instance of the {mobilizon} software.
Instance Privacy Policy Instance Privacy Policy
Instance Privacy Policy Source Instance Privacy Policy Source
Instance Privacy Policy URL Instance Privacy Policy URL
instance rules instance rules
Instance rules Instance rules
Instance Rules Instance Rules
Instances Instances
Instance settings Instance settings
Instances following you Instances following you
Instance Short Description Instance Short Description
Instance Slogan Instance Slogan
Instances you follow Instances you follow
Instance Terms Instance Terms
Instance Terms Source Instance Terms Source
Instance Terms URL Instance Terms URL
Integrate this event with 3rd-party tools and show metadata for the event. Integrate this event with 3rd-party tools and show metadata for the event.
Interact Interact
Interact with a remote content Interact with a remote content
In the following context, an application is a software, either provided by the Mobilizon team or by a 3rd-party, used to interact with your instance. In the following context, an application is a software, either provided by the Mobilizon team or by a 3rd-party, used to interact with your instance.

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Instance rules
String age
12 months ago
Source string age
2 years ago
Translation file
js/src/i18n/fa.json, string 544