I did *not* wake up this late, but I still feel like the first thing I say #onhere in a day should be good morning or good afternoon. Yesterday I took a day from the main repo and worked on preparing joinmastodon.org instead (homepage for the project as a whole). There's still a lot to be done on that, but it's shaping up
@Gargron About the tagline: "Mastodon is a federated social network"
For the average person, "federated" doesn't mean much. What about talking about a benefit that federation offers? For example, "Mastodon: the social network that never goes away" or "Mastodon: the social network that is controlled by everyone and no one". You get the point.
Having a tagline or a mission statement is essential to form any new community. Look at Peter Hintjen's essay here: