@macadoum Will soon! Just been working on some torrent projects lately.
Its also on gitlab.
Hello, this is #FollowFriday 🍜
📝 @joplinapp Joplin: Free open notetaking and todo app for Android/iOS/Win/Mac/Linux
🐭 @LemmyDev Lemmy: Federated open alternative to Reddit, under development
🇩🇪 @swisode Swiso.de: German language fork of switching.social
💬 @kaidan Kaidan: XMPP/Jabber app, under development for Android/Linux/Windows/Ubuntu Touch
👀 @clickblaster ClickBlaster: Clickbait bot
The "merging" of subs wouldn't really be doable, because each /c/privacy across different instances would have its own moderators and moderation policies, etc. The easiest would be to just close down the less popular one, or link to the other one, telling ppl to subscribe to it.
Plus I see a lot of potential for spam if /c/privacy lists ALL /f/privacy posts.... then it just becomes an unmoderated tag.
The federation part is being worked on, slowly. What makes these different is that link aggregators are based around following communities, whereas the FB / twitter federated clones are about following people.
Damn that's fucked. RTV was one of the only ways I used reddit on desktop.
Stood up a test @LemmyDev instance today to help out the author. Least I could do. Once I learn Rust, I hope to enter some PRs. It’s a very promising aspect of the Fediverse
#Lemmy is an open federated alternative to Reddit and is currently early in development. You can follow the project at:
There's also the open federated #Prismo, which is in a more advanced state of development:
You can try Prismo at:
(If you copy a Prismo user or post address into the Mastodon search box and click search, you can interact with it.)
(Thanks to @gaja for info about Lemmy.)
Sweet, thanks! Let me know if you need any assistance too once you get to it.
No ETA, but its top priority right now.
@aeonofdiscord Also the federation part of it isn't working yet, its in active development, but everything else is (moderation, posting, etc)
@aeonofdiscord Haha thanks, ya this is the only thing I could think of that was missing from the fediverse. We have twitter, fb, insta, medium alternatives, but no reddit ones. Prismo is another good one, but I wanted to build my own, and learn rust and activitypub in the process.