postActiv is a micro-blogging platform that is designed to network with other sites running the same or compatible software to allow people to communicate via a social network across multiple servers and all over the world.
postActive is a fork of GNU social, an older software project, which was itself a combination of itself and StatusNet from which they evolved. You can find the project for GNU social here: https://git.gnu.io/gnu/gnu-social
If you encounter bugs in postActiv, there's a few troubleshooting steps a user can take, and many more a server operator can.
If that fails, you can open an issue on our issue tracker to report the bug, and the development team will do the best it can to try to resolve the issue. When you do, try to include as much information as you can, such as the steps of the action(s) you took that resulted in the error, the instance that the error occurred on, and the specifications of that instance (software versions and hardware used). The more information you provide, the easier it is for us to narrow down the problem in a meaningful way, and the less likely we are to get side-tracked with a tangeant that isn't related to the problem (such as testing for apache when you're using nginx, for instance.)
The User Manual
The full postActiv user manual is available here, which details every element of the default 'aeternum' interface in excrutiating detail.
The Sysop Manual
The full postActiv system operators manual is available here, and as a companion to the User Manual, it details the entire admin interface, as well as the CLI scripts, as well as detailed installation instructions and verbose configuration option definitions.
postActiv operates a mailing list for users, postactiv-users
On the Fediverse
You can follow development and get important announcements about postActiv on the fediverse from any federated server by joining the !postActiv group on community.highlandarrow.com