The accounts on H1, H2 and H3 may pretty well have different passwords as they're separate accounts, even if they contain the same channel.
This should not be possible. Consider:Account A1 on hub server H1 with default channel C1 (person X with email address to register, personatsomedomain.com)Account A2 on H2, default channel C2 (_different_ person Y with email address to register anotherpersonatanotherdomain.netParticipant must not be able to create C2 of same name as C1 because you would have un-authorised duplicate channel propagation throughout fediverse.
This website is part of a decentralized social network, with remote authentication powered by OpenWebAuth .
If you already have an account on a website that supports OpenWebAuth, you do not need to create a local account here. You can remotely authenticate with your existing social identity.
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