Non-federated platforms

these could be pertinent if steps are made towards interoperability, allowing connections between each other and with other social network platforms:

Kopernik Connecting donors and needs around appropriate technology solutions worldwide.
Global Action Plan An ambitious, coordinated (multi-site) project in UK and worldwide.
WiserEarth (site and maybe software will be open sourced eventually). Status: Site is operational; no interoperability yet?
CrabGrass (demo) – more of an organizing tool than a social network, still in early stages, with work needed on usability.
When you send data or information over the internet, it is encrypted to keep it secure. Encryption is particularly important when you’re playing casino games online.
BuddyPress (demo) – little control over activity stream means this seems more chatter-oriented, much less supportive of a clear focus, and therefore not suitable for vision-focused or task-oriented usage. This would need to change drastically before it could be useful for the task. Runs on WordPress.The Catalyst Network of Communities in Long Beach, California, USA offers a rich description of a set of local experiences embracing the paradigm we describe here. Their motto “Connect and Effect” says a lot. The site states: “We empower member-driven communities to connect around shared interests and to make an affect in their neighborhoods. We network these communities to share resources and collaborate so that together we can be a catalyst in our city.