@thegibson pixelfed is surprisingly light, .social uses only 13 gb for 33k media (images and video) and that includes the database size!
@thegibson Yeah, remote media will be proxied by default.
An 8mb image gets optimized down to 230kb on average!
@thegibson It really depends on what limits you set.
You can set a max number of users, storage limit per account, max photo size, max album size, and more!
@thegibson I haven't checked the docker file yet, in the near future it will be officially supported.
@dansup I think once federation becomes easier to set up I think you'll see a lot of instances popping up.
@dansup I still struggle to see posts on from other instances. Once users can follow and see other this problem will solve, I hope
@dansup I'm for this!
I very much want to run an instance, but I'm having a hard time cobbling together instructions for installation.
@rizzn I've been working on the docs lately, and hope to release the developer and production guides in addition to many other updates!
@dansup I've been documenting my installation journey. Happy top contribute my notes on setting up the prerequisites from scratch once I have a working instance.
👏 A yunohost package of pixelfed will help new instance to popup.
LDAP support is a feature that really smooth the integration into yunohost and make the package user friendly.
Mastodon package of yunohost doesn't fit well in yunohost because Mastodon doesn't support LDAP, https://github.com/YunoHost-Apps/mastodon_ynh/issues/6
Maybe something to co-work on with Mastodon and Peertube.
@Hughenknubbel I've been working on the docs recently, they should be finished by April 17th!
@dansup I'd love to run an instance, but can't find install instructions. Would prefer to not use docker.
Server run by the main developers of the project It is not focused on any particular niche interest - everyone is welcome as long as you follow our code of conduct!