P2P social networking in between blogs, no central server involved.
There is none. All management is done at the Actions tab at the admin dashboard. There are a few extra setting under 'reading' where you can set how many friends/messages/events you want to show.
Sure, as long as they have an RSS feed you can add them manually.
Not as far as I know. But as long as your site has an RSS feed and supports a bunch of XMLRPC methods, you're good to go.
That sounds good! Interested? I only use two methods at the moment:
xmlrpc_encode_request('P2PSN.sendMessage', array( name => "name", image => "image", url => "website", message => "message")); xmlrpc_encode_request('P2PSN.requestUser', array( name => get_bloginfo('name'), image => "http://www.gravatar.com/avatar.php?gravatar_id=".md5( strtolower(get_option("admin_email") ) ), url => get_bloginfo('wpurl'), feed => get_bloginfo('rss2_url')));
Note: Your email address is not shared, only the MD5 hash (this is the same stuff WordPress uses to save your passwords) is outputted to the browser.
I doubt it, but feel free to send me a request.