As a result many people don't know Fediverse, but heard of Mastodon or think fedi === masto.
Many of listed clients also support #pleroma for instance.
Well... yeah, that's a good point.
However, I guess the page I linked to is aimed at people totally new to the Fediverse, who probably don't know about F-Droid.
When first approaching new users, especially non-technical users, it's best to keep things as simple as possible?
Maybe the best way for other Fedi platforms to get visibility is to set up their own onboarding sites, e.g. PixelFed set up https://pixelfed.org
Good onboarding entrypoints to the fedi in general would also be great.
Like for instance @fediverseparty comes a long way (though its audience currently is existing fedizens, people in-the-know)
In general I've advocating for less focus on individual "app silo's", and for #FediverseFutures it may be exciting to explore more task-oriented approaches to app design. See also:
I fear Fedi is getting very fragmented otherwise.
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