A heads up to #India folks, this is not bird app, this is open source so each of the different instances you are in, there is someone else working for you to get this experience. I see lot of you asking for features and moderators, it’s pretty entitled I feel, they are funded by donation so pls try to donate to different instances you are in: for the number of folks we have brought in even if each of us pay 100 rupees, it will make huge difference . I will get information where we can donate
I like to clarify why we don’t have a verification system like the #birdsite with the blue thingy next to your name.
We have plenty of methods to prove who you are on other platforms, we don’t need a badge for that 😉 Ofcourse you can use it however you like but this would be the reason, I’ll hope you’ll understand
BLOCKING AND SILENCING
If the admins of Instance1 BLOCK Instance2, the users of Instance1 cannot interact the users of Instance2
If the admins of Instance1 SILENCE Instance2, the users of Instance1 can still privately follow and interact the users of Instance2, but those interactions (like boosts) will not be seen by the other users of Instance1
To be more clear: BLOCKING is used for instances that permits horrible things and behaviours and SILENCING is used for instances that your Instance tolerate but doesn't appreciate so much.
The same things are appliable to users.
Also you, as simple user, can decide to block or silence (for your eyes only) other users and entire Instances.
@neerjadeodhar there is no verification process (only for the websites you input and backlink), that's basically an emoji which works on few instances
Y'all like it here no? Now think about it, wouldn't it be nice if our governments and our companies ran like this, with those actually building them actually ran them, democratically and in a decentralised fashion, each group of workers controlling their own lives, with no value going to some parasitical "owner", without "bosses" and "masters"?
That is a dream worth building.
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Changing the base changes the superstructure. The cultural difference y'all are feeling here isn't just people being nice to each other, it is because this platform has a different base structure and is relatively empty.
That could change. So this must be protected and constantly improved. So that the environment of all eat all the hellsite fell prey to can't happen here
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