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Scuttlebutt is the general idea or concept around all of this. It's definition is loose, and is often just meant to refer to this entire thing, in the way someone refers to "the internet" or "this afternoon". In this case, the thing is the idea of a network organized similar to an actual social graph, which communicates messages in a way similar to gossip.
SSB stands for SecureScuttleButt. It is the protocol through which we can exchange messages, read each others' feeds, and make friends. You could compare it to TCP, which is an underlying protocol for how devices connect to one another on the internet. TCP is a network protocol, though, while SSB is a local protocol. This means it doesn't require any sort of internet connection to work.
Patchwork,Patchbay, and Patchfoo are different applications used to interpret and display the various messages transmitted through SSB. A rough analogy would be that if SSB was like TCP, then an application like Patchwork would be like a web browser.
A better analogy for all of this would be that Patchwork is a car you ride in and SecureScuttlebutt is the road you drive on. There are other types of cars that drive on the same road and you can drive a different car to the same place (car = application, road = protocol).
Your scuttlebutt is the data you carry with you - imagine a little slice of a parallel universe in your pocket. This data is yours and you can interact with it however you like.
You can find more at [https://www.scuttlebutt.nz/principles.html]
There will be slides available.
You can follow me at Patchwork/Scuttlebutt @NaDXehMSIgk08W5RXZJ0p+7m+19iIWEuAtD7FRESJX8=.ed25519
You can download Patchwork at https://github.com/ssbc/patchwork/releases
Look for Pub at https://github.com/ssbc/scuttlebot/wiki/Pub-servers
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