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Intro & Requirements

Welcome to the getting started section! We are happy to know that you are interested in becoming a citizen of Asveora! Keep in mind that this setup guide is not in-depth and that if you are looking for specifically detailed step-by-step instructions to complete a task, you should check here. Because of this, the setup guide here assumes that you already have some familiarity with the terminology of networking technology and digital technology in general. Be sure that your device is capable of running a modern web browser such as firefox, chrome, edge, safari, or any derivatives such as waterfox, brave, etc.

Most devices can these days so you should already be set to go! For setting up your Asveora presence, we highly recommend having a computer or a device that you can easily manage a content management system (CMS) with because it will be crucial for many things. However, there are mobile options for interacting with a CMS too. We implore you to carefully read the constitution before proceeding as it covers essential information for network participation.

01: The Wheelcore

The first step is to find an existing wheelcore or create one yourself. Without a wheelcore, you will not have a place on the web to generate your profile space. If you are looking for a wheelcore to join, look for a landhub (plenty of which can be readily found at this link: and browse its index of wheelcores. Landhubs may or may not have the same selection of wheelcores since every landhub usually has its own database, though sometimes it may pull from a common database.

Once you have found a wheelcore that fits your needs (is registered with a hosting service you like, has enough web hosting space for what you want to do, has the model you want, etc.), follow the instructions that the wheelcore outlines for contacting the administration of the wheelcore. Do note that wheelcores may omit some functionality from their core sites such as a hyperlinked members list depending on the model. Every wheelcore will have their own preferred methods of adding new members, so be sure to read carefully. After corresponding with the administration of your selected wheelcore, you should be provided with your very own Asveora Profile Address that features your network username and details about web hosting space.

If you could not find a wheelcore that suited your needs or you simply want to start your own, you will need to find a domain registrar and purchase a domain ending in ".xyz" (the dedicated domain ending for wheelcores in Asveora) that will serve as the root domain for your wheelcore. Be sure to give your wheelcore a good name because domains cost money.

Once you have bought a domain for your wheelcore you may or may not need to purchase web hosting depending on where you bought your domain from. Many domain registrars package in web hosting with domain registration so you should not have to go find a separate web hosting service most of the time. With both the wheelcore's domain in your hands and web hosting acquired, you are all ready to get your profile space configured!

02: The Profile Space

If you joined a wheelcore you should have already been provided with an Asveora Profile Address. If you created a wheelcore you will need to make yourself an Asveora Profile Address by adding your username to the DNS records of your domain registrar as a sub domain which will look like "" which is the format of an Asveora Profile Address (APA). Once you have your APA you can now use your CMS or IDE of choice to build your profile space. A profile space is simply the website where your profile displayed. The way in which a profile space is structured is entirely up to the Asveoran! Once you have created your necessary site pages in an IDE or a CMS, publish the pages and link your APA (the sub-domain declaring your username) to your website via your CMS or some other means.

If you joined a wheelcore, you might have to contact the administration to validate your sub-domain assignment since domain registrars will want to ensure that you are authorized to own a sub-domain of the root domain. Usually this is handled in step one when communicating with the administration of a wheelcore, but some people prefer to make the pages first and then setup the domain routing. Once your APA is resolved to your profile space and you have set your main profile page as the default landing then you are all set!

03: Asveora User ID

Since you have your APA already, you have one half of your Asveora User ID already in your hands. The other half of your Asveora User ID, the Asveora Profile Code (APC), is what we will talk about here primarily. An Asveroa Profile Code is made up of four distinct parts that derive their values from colors associated with your profile and your matrix account. Every Asveoran is free to use whatever protocol they want, but they must have a matrix account for citizenship authorization. This is done to ensure that malicious figures are not making their way into Asveora's network undetected.

To begin generating your Asveora Profile code, find a matrix client you would like to use and access it via the web or install it to your computer or phone. Once you have done so, find a homeserver (listings for them can be found here) to make your matrix account on. Some wheelcores have their own homeservers that you can register with, so make sure to check the details of your wheelcore to see. Optionally you can also make and run your own homeserver. Once you have selected or created a homeserver, generate a 12 digit username code with a character string generator. This will be the first part of your APC. Finish creating the acount and settle yourself into your chosen matrix client. Then be sure to read this caution piece.

Now you will generate the rest of your APC. To do this, you will need to create profile avatar (two depending on the shape you decide on). Your profile avatar will need to include three distinct colors in some pattern that can be readily visible. Whether it be palette shapes, banding lines, rings, etc. The recommended avatar style is a square avatar with colored rings that surround a circularly cropped image. The profile template offered here in the "Local Data Names" package should have a preset available that can be used in any graphics editing app to measure the recommended width of each ring.

These colors should be solid and should not be gradients or have transparency going on as it will mess up the verification process of your APC horrendously. The reason why a square canvas with circular shapes is recommended for avatars is because most communication clients display avatars as either squares or circles. Not to mention that it is very versatile to have a profile avatar that can be neatly presented as a square or cropped and present as a circle. If you want a profile avatar that is a complex polygon / on-traditional shape such as a triangle, trapezoid, hexagon, etc. or want a profile avatar with advanced graphical fx such as animated transparency, then you will have to create one version of your profile avatar for your profile space and another for your communication client.

The one you create for your profile space can feature advanced graphical fx while the one for your communication client should be the standard square canvas with rings. Now with your three colors selected and implemented in your profile avatar in an easy to see way, you will take the RGB codes of those three colors which will complete your APC. With all the details on hand, your APC should look something like this (xxxxxxxxxxxx-000000000-000000000-000000000) with x representing your 12 character matrix username and 0 representing the triple digit values of RGB for each of the three colors that you selected.

Do note that with the clusters of 9 zeroes, every three zeroes is a different color zone of RGB. So for instance if one of your colors is blue which is 0 Red, 0 Green, 255 Blue, you would enter it as 000000255. Once you have constructed your APC, place it somewhere within your profile space where people can easily view it (preferably on the main page of your profile space). You now have a complete Asveora User ID that not only gives you a unique identifier (the APC) but also allows people to find you on the internet (the APA). Asveora User IDs are always structured in the following format:


04: Getting Verified

Now that you are a part of a wheelcore, have profile space setup, and have your Asveora User ID configured, you are all ready for the verification process! Simply select the link provided below and message the account it links to in your preferred Matrix client! We deeply thank you for becoming a citizen of Asveora and welcome you with open arms! Asveora would be nothing without Asveorans and their dedication to making the network the best world it can be!

Please keep in mind that it can take up to 48 hours for the bot to see you upon joining for verification. Be sure to check the message below for the status of the bot.

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