> Unfortunately, that problem has persisted on a much grander scale, because now the only people with the ability to eject jerks are the platforms themselves: Twitter and Tumblr. And they really really don’t want to eject anyone, because they’re in the business of being as big as possible and staying that way, so they can promise investors they’ll somehow make money off of us.
☝️ Gosh, I were saying this for years and only got blank stares. Thanks we have #Fediverse now.
> Joined March 2009
After a decade of birbing and declaring feeds dead I discovered that you can still subscribe to things and not "follow" them to get unified inbox.
Thanks #Fediverse for a reminder that silos are not *really* that necessary. Duh, they're not even convenient anymore, with all that marketing crap going on.
Studying JSON-LD specs to decide if should code the standard first or proceed with ad-hoc JSON documents... #fediverse
It has [dangerous] family ties to RDF, but maybe I could apply some fancy types to make things interesting. 🤔
Oh, another good take on jumping into #Fediverse
Ceci n'est pas un twitter.
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!