It's not clear to me how this is actually better than ostatus. This may be just because I've really only skimmed things so far, but having some sort of section to compare tent to existing protocols would be cool.
Summary: The emergence of new social networking services such as Pinterest and a growing base of disgruntled 3rd party developers for the leading services shows that changes in the social networking industry are far from over.
Tent is a protocol for open, decentralized social networking. Tent users share content with apps and each other. Anyone can run a Tent server, or write an app or alternative server implementation that uses the Tent protocol.
I understand some of the differences between Tent and OStatus. However, the distributed nature of Tent seems very similar to XMPP Federation and Presence PubSub. Feel free to reply and close this issue quickly, since this isn't a typical bug report.
This may be a stretch, but since you want to be RESTful, of course, you know hypermedia is important, and a key part of REST. Many responses return a 204 at the moment, which limits hypermedia possibilities.
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