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Föderation Statistik

Um mal wieder einen Blick von meiner Instanz zu geben, wie die Federation bzw das Fediverse aussieht folgende Statistik
Momentan kennt dieser Knoten 4.305 Knoten mit insgesamt 2.831.088 registrierten Nutzern, die die folgenden Plattformen verwenden:

Friendica (387/3487)
diaspora (297/663226)
red (6/81)
hubzilla (281/8895)
GNU Social (124/1390)
StatusNet (9/84)
Mastodon (2700/2121566)
pleroma (496/31310)
socialhome (4/1019)
ganggo (1/30)


#federation #fediverse #friendica #hubzilla #Mastodon #socialhome #pleroma #ganggo #diaspora #GNUSocial
Yakutsk 
If someone from #pleroma, #gnusocial, #hubzilla could reply to this thread :
https://friendica.valvin.fr/redir/2?url=display/7f2cc12a-135c-d32a-775a-478002420413

with "this a test reply from xxxx" where xxxx is your network it would be great :)
I did #Mastodon and #Diaspora but if I've forgotten other network who can read this message your are welcome :)

the goal is to illustrate the network connectivity of #Friendica

thank you :)
 

Is Diaspora worth it?


How many people can one post reach on Diaspora?

Like this,
comment this or
share this

to show
that you could see this and
to show how a message can spread.
#diasporaworth #diaspora #relevance #numbers

Ist Diaspora es wert?


Wie viele Leute kann ein Beitrag auf Diaspora erreichen?

Like das,
kommentiere das oder
teile das,

um zu zeigen,
dass Du das sehen konntest und um
zu zeigen, wie sich eine Nachricht verbreiten kann.

#relevanz #zahlen #diasporawert
https://pod.geraspora.de/p/9842009
 

New topic at /r/diaspora


Importing Facebook profile in Diaspora

Hi all, Is there a way to import a Facebook profile to Diaspora? Any idea on how to dump all content of a Facebook page that we don't own? For mirroring it to Diaspora for example. Thanks submitted by /u/tantoinet [link]
[comments]Read more at: https://www.reddit.com/r/diaspora/comments/biuvno/importing_facebook_profile_in_diaspora/

#diaspora #reddit
 

Filtered word: nsfw

 

Filtered word: nsfw

 
I don't know how and why I ended up with Diaspora* discourse while looking at notifications here..how can I find my loomio user name here?
#question #diaspora
 
I don't know how and why I ended up with Diaspora* discourse while looking at notifications here..how can I find my loomio user name here?
#question #diaspora
 
Hello friends and strangers on the internet! As you may have heard by now, some diaspora* team members met from Friday to Sunday to discuss and hack together. We will be following up with a proper summary on the blog soon, but we need to finish some proposal first, so everything we did can actually make sense to you. :) However, as the hackathon ended a few hours ago, I thought it might be a great idea to share some of our excitement with you.

In total, we spent 34 hours in the office, which brings us to 11.3 hours of work per day on average! Massive respect to my fellow diasporians for keeping up, especially since this was on the weekend, after a week of work and long trips for some folks! :)

We did not spend all the time writing text and code, though. We also spend a lot of time discussing valuable topics. I will not be spoiling all of those, because you will be able to read up on them on Discourse soon, but some of those points included questions around
  • How can we improve the overall user experience?
  • How do we make streams more useful and more flexible for our users?
  • How should reshares look in the future?
  • How could we deal with stale PRs?
  • How should we implement a mechanism to mark bots and organization accounts as such?
and some other important points that will all be summarized in the official blog post coming up soon-ish. As for the code side, we also accomplished a bunch of awesome things, like
  • finishing the two-factor authentication implementation, which is now available to pods running develop, and will be released in the upcoming minor release,
  • finishing the user archive import, which is another huge step towards being able to migrate users from one pod to another,
  • adding a PWA manifest to diaspora, which allows mobile users to usee diaspora* as a somewhat-Progressive Web App on their phones,
  • working on the API, reviewing the code together, improving the API authentication scopes, fixing up inconsistencies, building a JSON schema we can test against, and generally give the API a gentle push towards the end, and
  • working hard on bringing back likes on comments.
On the project site, we didn't make too much visible progress, but that's because we spent significant portions of time rethinking the way we structure and design our contents to make it more accessible to non-technical folks. While my initial idea about user documentation and guides was probably not too bad, we identified a way better approach, which required several hours of planning the guides alone. Nonetheless, we managed to write large portions of the user-related guides/tutorials/FAQ, migrated the old blog posts, got a general idea on the contents that need to be rewritten, and did implemented some internal changes as well as visual improvements. Really happy about the progress here!

Overall, it is incredible what a small group of people can achieve in a very short period. Obviously, this is not a development speed we can keep up on regular days, but I feel like everyone got a fresh portion of motivation out of the event. At least I did. :)

I absolutely have left out several things here, but I wanted to provide y'all with an initial overview for now. Stay tuned for the full story that will be published via the project's official channels!

Finally, thanks to @Fla, @lislis, @Jonne Haß, @Senya, @Benjamin Neff, and @Waithamai Dragonqueen for being there. Some of those lovely people had to travel quite a bit! Super awesome to meet some of you in person again, or for the first time! Special thanks goes to @goobler for participating remotely, providing valuable feedback and language reviews; and also special thanks to my awesome colleagues at the Mozilla Berlin office for helping me plan this event.

#diaspora #hackathon
 
We've had our disagreements on here, and I'm not going to point any blame.

My purpose of this post, however is to say, there is no purpose in splitting hairs on who is a minority. If I say human-like intelligence is a minority group, I'm not suggesting in any way that everyone not artificial intelligence is not a minority group.

I haven't met so many people that are so obsessive about social justice, as people on Mastodon.

Makes me wonder why I ever left here.

#diaspora #mastodon
 
Image/photo👣 ghose wrote the following post Mon, 29 Apr 2019 09:28:45 +0200


  • uns pes de lombarda
  • dous regos de leituga transplantada
  • morteiro de cenorias
  • ceboletas
  • allos
  • cebolo
  • 2 porros para grelar
  • eitiño de remolachas (beetroot)
  • eito de chícharos xa botando as flores e listos para cubrir coa rede
  • ao fondo os regos de patacas, xa levaron o segundo sacho.
  • coles na colleita co prado
a 27 de Abril de 2019.

...porei algunha foto máis (aquí ou en #diaspora :diaspora: )

que teñades bo día.

#horta #orchard #huerto
 
Hello friends and strangers on the internet! As you may have heard by now, some diaspora* team members met from Friday to Sunday to discuss and hack together. We will be following up with a proper summary on the blog soon, but we need to finish some proposal first, so everything we did can actually make sense to you. :) However, as the hackathon ended a few hours ago, I thought it might be a great idea to share some of our excitement with you.

In total, we spent 34 hours in the office, which brings us to 11.3 hours of work per day on average! Massive respect to my fellow diasporians for keeping up, especially since this was on the weekend, after a week of work and long trips for some folks! :)

We did not spend all the time writing text and code, though. We also spend a lot of time discussing valuable topics. I will not be spoiling all of those, because you will be able to read up on them on Discourse soon, but some of those points included questions around
  • How can we improve the overall user experience?
  • How do we make streams more useful and more flexible for our users?
  • How should reshares look in the future?
  • How could we deal with stale PRs?
  • How should we implement a mechanism to mark bots and organization accounts as such?
and some other important points that will all be summarized in the official blog post coming up soon-ish. As for the code side, we also accomplished a bunch of awesome things, like
  • finishing the two-factor authentication implementation, which is now available to pods running develop, and will be released in the upcoming minor release,
  • finishing the user archive import, which is another huge step towards being able to migrate users from one pod to another,
  • adding a PWA manifest to diaspora, which allows mobile users to usee diaspora* as a somewhat-Progressive Web App on their phones,
  • working on the API, reviewing the code together, improving the API authentication scopes, fixing up inconsistencies, building a JSON schema we can test against, and generally give the API a gentle push towards the end, and
  • working hard on bringing back likes on comments.
On the project site, we didn't make too much visible progress, but that's because we spent significant portions of time rethinking the way we structure and design our contents to make it more accessible to non-technical folks. While my initial idea about user documentation and guides was probably not too bad, we identified a way better approach, which required several hours of planning the guides alone. Nonetheless, we managed to write large portions of the user-related guides/tutorials/FAQ, migrated the old blog posts, got a general idea on the contents that need to be rewritten, and did implemented some internal changes as well as visual improvements. Really happy about the progress here!

Overall, it is incredible what a small group of people can achieve in a very short period. Obviously, this is not a development speed we can keep up on regular days, but I feel like everyone got a fresh portion of motivation out of the event. At least I did. :)

I absolutely have left out several things here, but I wanted to provide y'all with an initial overview for now. Stay tuned for the full story that will be published via the project's official channels!

Finally, thanks to @Fla, @lislis, @Jonne Haß, @Senya, @Benjamin Neff, and @Waithamai Dragonqueen for being there. Some of those lovely people had to travel quite a bit! Super awesome to meet some of you in person again, or for the first time! Special thanks goes to @goobler for participating remotely, providing valuable feedback and language reviews; and also special thanks to my awesome colleagues at the Mozilla Berlin office for helping me plan this event.

#diaspora #hackathon
 
Hello friends and strangers on the internet! As you may have heard by now, some diaspora* team members met from Friday to Sunday to discuss and hack together. We will be following up with a proper summary on the blog soon, but we need to finish some proposal first, so everything we did can actually make sense to you. :) However, as the hackathon ended a few hours ago, I thought it might be a great idea to share some of our excitement with you.

In total, we spent 34 hours in the office, which brings us to 11.3 hours of work per day on average! Massive respect to my fellow diasporians for keeping up, especially since this was on the weekend, after a week of work and long trips for some folks! :)

We did not spend all the time writing text and code, though. We also spend a lot of time discussing valuable topics. I will not be spoiling all of those, because you will be able to read up on them on Discourse soon, but some of those points included questions around
  • How can we improve the overall user experience?
  • How do we make streams more useful and more flexible for our users?
  • How should reshares look in the future?
  • How could we deal with stale PRs?
  • How should we implement a mechanism to mark bots and organization accounts as such?
and some other important points that will all be summarized in the official blog post coming up soon-ish. As for the code side, we also accomplished a bunch of awesome things, like
  • finishing the two-factor authentication implementation, which is now available to pods running develop, and will be released in the upcoming minor release,
  • finishing the user archive import, which is another huge step towards being able to migrate users from one pod to another,
  • adding a PWA manifest to diaspora, which allows mobile users to usee diaspora* as a somewhat-Progressive Web App on their phones,
  • working on the API, reviewing the code together, improving the API authentication scopes, fixing up inconsistencies, building a JSON schema we can test against, and generally give the API a gentle push towards the end, and
  • working hard on bringing back likes on comments.
On the project site, we didn't make too much visible progress, but that's because we spent significant portions of time rethinking the way we structure and design our contents to make it more accessible to non-technical folks. While my initial idea about user documentation and guides was probably not too bad, we identified a way better approach, which required several hours of planning the guides alone. Nonetheless, we managed to write large portions of the user-related guides/tutorials/FAQ, migrated the old blog posts, got a general idea on the contents that need to be rewritten, and did implemented some internal changes as well as visual improvements. Really happy about the progress here!

Overall, it is incredible what a small group of people can achieve in a very short period. Obviously, this is not a development speed we can keep up on regular days, but I feel like everyone got a fresh portion of motivation out of the event. At least I did. :)

I absolutely have left out several things here, but I wanted to provide y'all with an initial overview for now. Stay tuned for the full story that will be published via the project's official channels!

Finally, thanks to @Fla, @lislis, @Jonne Haß, @Senya, @Benjamin Neff, and @Waithamai Dragonqueen for being there. Some of those lovely people had to travel quite a bit! Super awesome to meet some of you in person again, or for the first time! Special thanks goes to @goobler for participating remotely, providing valuable feedback and language reviews; and also special thanks to my awesome colleagues at the Mozilla Berlin office for helping me plan this event.

#diaspora #hackathon
 
My #diaspora pod is back and I am happy about it!
 
Image/photo
We are currently holding a 3 days hackathon in the Mozilla office in Berlin. Hopefully some exciting work is going to be accomplished!

diaspora* is a community project only built by volunteers. If you want to contribute, now is a good time to join! Check out the wiki page and look for newcomer and help wanted issues on github. Join #diaspora-dev on IRC freenode if you want to chat!

If you're not technical, check the other ways to contribute.

Of course, we need to thanks @Dennis Schubert for the organization and #mozilla for hosting us. Keep rocking the free web!

#diasporaHackathon #diaspora #berlin
 
Image/photo
We are currently holding a 3 days hackathon in the Mozilla office in Berlin. Hopefully some exciting work is going to be accomplished!

diaspora* is a community project only built by volunteers. If you want to contribute, now is a good time to join! Check out the wiki page and look for newcomer and help wanted issues on github. Join #diaspora-dev on IRC freenode if you want to chat!

If you're not technical, check the other ways to contribute.

Of course, we need to thanks @Dennis Schubert for the organization and #mozilla for hosting us. Keep rocking the free web!

#diasporaHackathon #diaspora #berlin
 
When I talk about decentralization of national structure, I actually mean something specific:

fediverse.party #fediverse #mastodon #diaspora #others
 
Guten Morgen an alle, wie seit Ihr zu Diaspora gekommen? Habt Ihr auch vorher Facebook genutzt, oder seit Ihr gleich hier bei Diaspora eingestiegen? Meine Geschichte ist folgende, Facebook habe ich recht intensiv genutzt und wie es dann dort so ist, habe ich eine Freundschaftsanfrage von einem guten Kollegen erhalten. Da mittlerweile das "haken" von Facebook Profilen in vollem Gange war, habe ich die Anfrage nicht sofort bestätigt. Auf Rückfrage bei meinem Kollegen am anderen Tag, bekam ich die Antwort, Ich habe Dir keine Anfrage geschickt, ich kann Dir auch keine Anfrage schicken, ich bin seit über einem Jahr schon bei Facebook abgemeldet. Das Ganze ist passiert im Frühjahr letzten Jahres. Das war dann der berühmte letzte Tropfen der Fass zum überlaufen gebracht hat. Kurz danach bin ich komplett bei Facebook ausgestiegen. Whatsapp musste vor ca.3 Monaten dran glauben.
Vielen Dank für Eure Geschichten und ein schönes Wochenende für Euch alle.
#Diaspora #Facebook #Geschichten #Lebenswege
 

One the languages of Diaspora Jews in the US


Since this is a JSTOR article, I am not going to quote from it, nor am I going to do anything else with it, except trying to sum up the content. It's about the languages of the Jews living outside of Israel, mainly being located in the US, one of the most preferred exiles during the persecution their forefathers experienced in the Old World. Unlike in Israel, many of them don't necessarily speak Hebrew, let alone Yiddish. Still, their religion's origins highly influences their English, spreading in several loanwords, therefore giving it a certain, unique ring to it.

Since I didn't read it to the end yet, I recommend you to read it yourself, it's about 40 pages long and accessible for free. Enjoy!
#Linguistics #Language #Speech #Diaspora #US #USA #Science #Jewry #Judaism #Yiddish #Hebrew
 
Calling people who are on #diaspora and the #fediverse "Twitter users" because they also have a shadow account on #twitter is like calling every site on the #www a "Google site" because #google keeps a copy (Google Cache)
 

American Football is getting started, so...

#FantasyFootball is getting going too. If anybody on #Friendica #Mastodon #Diaspora #Prolerma #Pixelfed #GNUsocial or any #Federated #ActivityPub user on earth wants to try it, I can be the Commissioner.

I've run leagues in the past and I set the points so that it's hard for a skilled person with advanced game knowledge to have an advantage, and beginners have a real chance at winning. In the past, I did leagues with buy-in and free to enter. Both are equally fun. The buy-in leagues had trophies and all the buy-ins were paid out in prizes; any manager had 50:50 odd's of winning back their buy-in.
Williamsville, NY, United States 

American Football is getting started, so...

Filtered word: nsfw

Williamsville, NY, USA 
Hello everyone, I’m #newhere. I left most major social media services awhile ago, and reduced to mainly just Mastodon. I’m just trying out #Diaspora as a possible replacement for Facebook, which used to function in that intermediary format space between Twitter and Blog. I like the interface, and I like the idea, so I’m willing to give it a concerted try.

However right off the bat I’m running into some trouble with connecting other services. When I click on the WordPress link, I get:
Invalid request, please go back and try again.
Error Code: invalid_client
Error Message: Unknown client_id.
and clicking on the Twitter link gives me:
500
Internal server error. Our bad! Sorry about that. :(
Hey @diaspora* HQ, I am wondering if this is a temporary issue and I just have poor timing, or is this an ongoing “to be added” feature for sometime in the future? Is this an issue just with this specific Pod, or is it a broader issue throughout the Diaspora fediverse? Thanks for your help.

#question #bug
 
#questions #Diaspora
Can you edit a post once it is shared?

I can't find anything on editing posts in the tutorial or FAQs.
 
Image/photo
Image/photo
Trying out the image capabilities of #Diaspora. I've selected 7 images from a recent visit to #Colonges-la-Rouge in the #Corrèze but it seems to have added only one image. I don't think this is a problem with #Diaspora because same thing happens when I upload images to #WordPress.

Another image added, but only one at a time. The photos are stored in #Googleimages so I wonder if this is a browser, Android or Google issue. I'm currently using an #ASUS #Z500M tablet.
 
I've noticed that as soon as #googlePlus died a lot of people -- the #freesw -oriented ones I know in particular -- joined the #diaspora and #fediverse and it's very encouraging. Google+ was a waste of time all along. #gafam only wants "content" (for money).
 
#vorhaben #plan

Ich werde mal sehen, ob ich die Artikel aus meinem Blog "Gerhards Gedankenbuch" künftig wieder ungekürzt hier veröffentliche. Bei reinem Text ist das kein Problem, das geht über kopieren und einfügen. Bei Links ist Nacharbeit nötig, weil sie in #Wordpress in #HTML geschrieben sind, in #Diaspora aber in #Markdown.
 
@NicAu Salut, c'est sans doute possible comme sous #Friendica. Il faut sans doute prendre l'adresse (url) de ton flux rss depuis le site d'origine (cela finit en ...feed), la copier et la coller comme adresse de contact dans d*. Sans très similaire à cette procédure. Demande aussi de l'aide en créant un nouveau post avec les tags #d*, #diaspora, #aide, #question, #help.
 




Bonsoir tout le monde,

Vous avez pu le constater, le développement de diaspora* stagne ces derniers temps. Cela est principalement dû à un manque de temps de la part de l'équipe "core" derrière diaspora*.
C'est pour ca qu'il y a quelques temps, j'avais posé la question "Êtes-vous prêt à donner un peu d'argent pour aider le développement de diaspora* ?" (message que je n'ai malheureusement jamais pris le temps de traduire en francais, désolé !). Il expliquait que potentiellement, une donation mensuelle permettrait de dégager du temps à un des mainteneurs pour mieux faire tourner le projet.

Bonne nouvelle ! @Dennis Schubert s'est lancé et a mis en place un patreon où vous pouvez donner mensuellement pour lui permettre de travailler sur diaspora* !

Donc, si vous voulez que diaspora* avance plus vite, vous savez ce qu'il vous reste à faire ;)

#diaspora #diaspora-dev #patreon #contribute
 

Is Diaspora worth it?


How many people can one post reach on Diaspora?

Like this,
comment this or
share this

to show
that you could see this and
to show how a message can spread.
#diasporaworth #diaspora #relevance #numbers

Ist Diaspora es wert?


Wie viele Leute kann ein Beitrag auf Diaspora erreichen?

Like das,
kommentiere das oder
teile das,

um zu zeigen,
dass Du das sehen konntest und um
zu zeigen, wie sich eine Nachricht verbreiten kann.

#relevanz #zahlen #diasporawert
 
@NicAu Image/photoBienvenue à vous et salutations depuis #Friendica dans le Fediverse. Si cela vous intéresse, vous trouverez des informations de base sur les réseaux sociaux décentralisés ICI
Flux externes : sur Friendica je suis abonné à toutes sortes de flux rss que je peux reposter en direct ou comme mes propres posts (depuis mon blog). Sur d*, je ne sais pas mais cela est probablement possible aussi. Je suggère que tu postes cette question avec les tags #d*, #diaspora, #aide, #question, #help. Bonne chance.
 
Xin chào mọi người,
A blue-top, silver and redesigned livery with a new corporate "Korean Air" logo featuring a stylized Taegeuk design was introduced on March 1, 1984, and the airline's name changed to Korean Air from Korean Air Lines. This livery was introduced on its Fokker F28 Fellowships and Boeing 747-300s. It was designed in cooperation between Korean Air and Boeing. In the 1990s, Korean Air became the first airline to use the new McDonnell Douglas MD-11 to supplement its new fleet of Boeing 747-400 aircraft; however, the MD-11 did not meet the airline's performance requirements and they were eventually converted to freighters. Some older 747 aircraft were also converted for freight service.
Hãng hàng không Eva Airlines
Mua vé máy bay đi Mỹ giá rẻ
Đặt vé máy bay đi Mỹ giá rẻ
Hãng hàng không Korean Airlines
Đặt vé máy bay đi Canda giá rẻ

NewHere. I'm interested in #flights #neuhier #newhere #nouveauici #nuevoaqui #nuovoqui #diaspora
 
#podmin #outage #pod dapor net #diaspora

there will be a short outage this afternoon CET - sorry for the short notice - please be patient
Heute Nachmittag wird es einen kurzen Ausfall der dapor.net Services geben. Diesmal möchte gerne der Netzknoten ein Firmwareupdate haben ;)

Ich bitte um ein wenig Geduld
 

<3 #peertube #ui


i must say i really like #peertube right now. mainly because of 2 reasons.
1. for some reason bandwidth today seems to be enough to serve me as the (assumed) one user of peertube.video with fluent video streaming. (which is why i usually give up using peertube)
2. again my broken laptop won't let me move my mouse anymore yet i still can fully an quiet comfortably use peertube with just my keyboard - i even get nice orange highlights on video selection :D
(also by splitting down my windows into half to open an new window to type this post. the video seamlessly gets resized with no useless elements in the way whatsoever!!)

#framasoft #thankyou #ux #floss #sotware #ilovefs

ps. also same goes (ovbiously) for #diaspora ( even if there are no nice highlights) :)
 



Bonsoir tout le monde,

Vous avez pu le constater, le développement de diaspora* stagne ces derniers temps. Cela est principalement dû à un manque de temps de la part de l'équipe "core" derrière diaspora*.
C'est pour ca qu'il y a quelques temps, j'avais posé la question "Êtes-vous prêt à donner un peu d'argent pour aider le développement de diaspora* ?" (message que je n'ai malheureusement jamais pris le temps de traduire en francais, désolé !). Il expliquait que potentiellement, une donation mensuelle permettrait de dégager du temps à un des mainteneurs pour mieux faire tourner le projet.

Bonne nouvelle ! @Dennis Schubert s'est lancé et a mis en place un patreon où vous pouvez donner mensuellement pour lui permettre de travailler sur diaspora* !

Donc, si vous voulez que diaspora* avance plus vite, vous savez ce qu'il vous reste à faire ;)

#diaspora #diaspora-dev #patreon #contribute
 
My brain was feeling a bit beat up, so I logged off Facebook. The new of the fire at Notre-Dame was heartbreaking enough, but then I started seeing comments snarking on people of faith, and memes made from Disney's animated "Huncback..." movie.

I don't know. I had just had enough. My feed was an endless scroll of tragedy, snark, and recycled crap. It might be time for an FB break. I need to explore #Diaspora more. It's nice to just scroll through my stream here and not see all the algorithm-generated ads and posts.

Mine is a troubled, wearied head. Probably best to lay it down and get some sleep.

A good night to you, #Diaspora.

#depression #social media overload #tricky brain chemistry
 
My brain was feeling a bit beat up, so I logged off Facebook. The new of the fire at Notre-Dame was heartbreaking enough, but then I started seeing comments snarking on people of faith, and memes made from Disney's animated "Huncback..." movie.

I don't know. I had just had enough. My feed was an endless scroll of tragedy, snark, and recycled crap. It might be time for an FB break. I need to explore #Diaspora more. It's nice to just scroll through my stream here and not see all the algorithm-generated ads and posts.

Mine is a troubled, wearied head. Probably best to lay it down and get some sleep.

A good night to you, #Diaspora.

#depression #social media overload #tricky brain chemistry
 
#podmin #outage #pod dapor net #performance #diaspora #hubzilla #friendica

there will be a short outage - sorry for the short notice - please be patient

gleich wird es einen kurzen Ausfall der dapor.net Services geben. Sorry das es so kurzfristig kommt..
Ich bitte um ein wenig Geduld
 

Is Diaspora worth it?


How many people can one post reach on Diaspora?

Like this,
comment this or
share this

to show
that you could see this and
to show how a message can spread.
#diasporaworth #diaspora #relevance #numbers

Ist Diaspora es wert?


Wie viele Leute kann ein Beitrag auf Diaspora erreichen?

Like das,
kommentiere das oder
teile das,

um zu zeigen,
dass Du das sehen konntest und um
zu zeigen, wie sich eine Nachricht verbreiten kann.

#relevanz #zahlen #diasporawert
 

Is Diaspora worth it?


How many people can one post reach on Diaspora?

Like this,
comment this or
share this

to show
that you could see this and
to show how a message can spread.
#diasporaworth #diaspora #relevance #numbers

Ist Diaspora es wert?


Wie viele Leute kann ein Beitrag auf Diaspora erreichen?

Like das,
kommentiere das oder
teile das,

um zu zeigen,
dass Du das sehen konntest und um
zu zeigen, wie sich eine Nachricht verbreiten kann.

#relevanz #zahlen #diasporawert
 
Now that #FacebookDown it's time to tell real friends to explore #dweb alternatives e.g.

For #fediverse there's #pleroma https://pleroma.site/schestowitz

There's also #diaspora https://joindiaspora.com/people/da68a1f811b0f71e

There, you are NOT the product
 
I wonder if this site-Diaspora-has a mobile app? I should have inquired long before now. #Diaspora
 
New release 2.6.0 is out!

Check it out https://test.podupti.me will move to production in a few days.

Some updates to the stats page, support for more pods and protocols

Source Code: https://dia.so/3gT
#poduptime #diaspora #federation
 
New release 2.6.0 is out!

Check it out https://test.podupti.me will move to production in a few days.

Some updates to the stats page, support for more pods and protocols

Source Code: https://dia.so/3gT
#poduptime #diaspora #federation
 
Hi everyone using #diasporing.ch I just wanted to give a bit of explanations on why the stream became blank during a few hours between yesterday night and today. We #upgraded the chat client (the blue tab you can see on the top right corner) to the latest version and it seems that #diaspora didn't like it one bit! So we tried to fix but weren't able to, so we rolled back to an earlier version of it. I'm #sorry about the inconvenience, but these things happen ;( and it being during the night I wasn't able to check on it until I woke up. So here is the little story for you! Always trying to give you the best experience possible, and sometimes this brings us into unknown territory ;)
Thank you for your patience and #support .
Your friendly #podmin
 
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