A really interesting discussion is happening in this socialhub thread, i highly encourage you to leave your feedback if you care about Prismo future!
#Mastodon 2.7 is released 🎉
What is PeerTube? https://framatube.org/videos/watch/9c9de5e8-0a1e-484a-b099-e80766180a6d
Lo que viene a decir @Gargron es que esto es una instancia de mastodon alojada por él, que tiene un código de conducta que puede leerse aquí: https://mastodon.social/about/more y que hay otras muchas instancias de mastodon en las que es posible darse de alta y con distintos códigos de conducta, como las que figuran aquí: https://joinmastodon.org/#getting-started
Since there's a lot of new people, here's a primer:
This is mastodon.social, hosted by me. We have a code of conduct:
mastodon.social isn't the only Mastodon server. There are interest and region-specific servers with varying rules. Browse all servers:
To learn more about how that works:
First steps with Mastodon:
"One Small Step for the Web…" by Tim Berners-Lee https://medium.com/@timberners_lee/one-small-step-for-the-web-87f92217d085
I'm really excited to see what happens next with Solid. Seems pretty easy to run your own Solid server as well.
Yesterday, 26th of September was Stanislav Petrov Day.
A day to celebrate that you, me, everyone isn't nuclear vapour right now.
SP - disobeyed orders and military protocol, used his own thinking, and by doing so averted nuclear retaliation based on false alarms that would likely have caused a mass nuclear war in 1983.
Stanislav Petrov, often referred to as "The man who saved the world" died in December 2017
I recognize that the novel Ender's Game has some flaws. But I personally find it worth re-reading every so often for one reason: I first read it when I was the characters' age, and it struck me as an accurate description of the internal experience of being a kid.
Whenever I'm tempted to patronize kids, I need to revisit that and remember how deeply kids can think and how serious life can feel, regardless of the age. No one likes being spoken to like a child, even—especially!—if they are one.
@Gargron Ideally it would include some kind of profile page indicating my username and instance for each service I'm using, so that other people can find and follow me comfortably from one place.
Maybe even let them follow me automatically if I change instances or sign up for a new service?
I don't know, does that sound feasible?
Hey, @Gargron. I got a dumb novice question.
Every time I start using a new federated service (Mastodon, Plume, Pixelfed...) I need to create a new identity.
Are there plans for some kind of federated identity service where I can create ONE identity and use that for all the other services?
Traductor y profesor en Valencia.
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!