Third party projects
Below are some related third-party projects. It's worth noting that at this time, Diaspora does not officially support the items below, although it is possible to get the CMS plugins working in theory. Diaspora's codebase is rapidly changing and updating, and it will be easier to support third-party clients once we stabilize further.
dandelion* is an (unofficial) open source Android app for diaspora*.
The app is licensed GNU General Public License v3 and built around diaspora* mobile web interface.
Available for download from F-Droid.
While dandelion* does not support multiple accounts, dandelior* can be installed in addition to dandelion*.
This way two diaspora* pods can be used, each with different settings and completely separated sessions.
Notice: dandelior* is a rebranded version of dandelion* with different colors configured by default.
All about the work being put towards an Android client.
Everything about the iOS project.
A handy plugin for Wordpress users. This allows anyone on a Wordpress platform to automatically share content to their Diaspora profile.
A different approach, this plugin seems to focus specifically on the possibility of including Webfinger on a Wordpress blog and creating a profile that Diaspora users can federate with.
A fork of the Wordpress codebase, this is an attempt to reimplement Diaspora in PHP.