Welcome to popo.st!
The popo.st Services is provided by Laurent Bedubourg (LABE.me, Sole-proprietorship), located at 26 avenue Gustave Eiffel, 33700 Merignac, France.
By using our Services, you are agreeing to these terms.
Last version of these terms : 2018-06-06.
publisher is a person or entity using our service (you).
end-user is the publisher's user.
micro-content is a small structured set of information usually composed of an image, a link, a description, etc.
social-network is a social network entity like Facebook or Twitter.
Popo.st simplifies the share-ability of small and usually volatile piece of contents and events, we name this kind of content
micro-content. Our service can targets game scores, achievements, shop information, product likes, etc.
Popo.st also ease the shareability of more persistent items (like shop articles, photos, etc) from within a serverless Single Page Application.
The expected service usage is the following:
end-user decides to share such a
micro-content ––for instance a game achievement–– he clicks a "Share" button on the
publisher's website or App.
In response to this click, a portion of code on the publisher website calls the popo.st API to stores the generated
popo.st returns a datastructure containing a shareable URL for the micro-content. To ease the life of publishers, this structure also contains ready to use links to
social-networks share systems.
The website can then present the
end-user with a social network share popup/screen (usually using one of the provided links).
Since data is stored on popo.st in a semi-public way –not referenced but reachable for people finding the URL– the publisher MUST follow the following rules:
Complaints will be taken seriously and may lead to the suppression of the offending content and the
The engineering team of Popo.st will maintain the service online and reactive on a best effort basis.
In case of emergency you can send us a mail at email@example.com and follow problem resolution by mail.
As many of our projects depend on popo.st too you can expect a prompt intervention in case of failure, within of 48h legal working days.
During the beta-test phase and the early stage of popo.st,
micro-content shared on popo.st is backed up daily and as such we may experience the loss of a few hours of micro-content in case of serious database failure.
Publishers are here informed that the reliability of sharing
micro-content hosted on popo.st is mainly dependent of
social-network policies and politics.
Although we believe our service is perfectly useful and legal, one social network may decide otherwise.
Hence we cannot be held responsible of third party's decisions and you are using the service at your own risk.
Any abuse can be reported to firstname.lastname@example.org. Popo.st keeps the right to close any
publisher account not respecting these terms or any legislation putting at risk our service.