Hubzilla seems great. I love the nomadic identities and cross platform communications.
I have some basic questions as a noob. Please humor me :)
1: Posts and comments
Does a hub periodically fetch posts&comments from the channels it follows or are new posts&comments periodically sent from every hub to it's followers?
In other words: does following work more like RSS or like a mailing list?
2: Speaking of RSS
I can't find how to follow a user via RSS instead of using Hubzilla. Is it possible to get RSS feeds from Hubzilla?3: Tor Usage.
I imagine setting up a hubzilla network that federates only on Tor wouldn't be too hard. I'm thinking a sort of hybrid node that can communicate with hubz on Tor and the regular internet can be done with some tweeks. Is there any existing documentation on this other than the mention in the roadmap? https://project.hubzilla.org/wiki/hubzilla/Hubzilla%2BProject/Project%2BRoadmap4: Distribution - censorship resistance:
User A and B both follow user C and user A and B are connected
-> User A's hub goes offline for some days or weeks.
-> During this time User C's hub goes permanently offline (he died, lost his keys, was censored etc.)
-> User A's hub comes back online after some technical difficulties.
Would user A be able to get the posts from user C that user B still has on his hub?