The current climate makes me dream back about a week, when #mastodonsocial was filled with persian.
At least then, I could imagine that the speakers were having interesting things to say, instead of overt declaration of sexuality and impotent claims of what piece of pop culture belongs on which side of an imaginary political fence.
#mastodonsocial isn't about lgbtq discussions. It's the gateway to Mastodon, as I understand it. It's about everything. Prior to this weekend, the primary focus was politics and tech.
Give it a week or two. The one-note:ers will find a better echo chamber to rub eachother's backs in.
Én amúgy itt olvastam először a Mastodonról:
Vicces, hogy a cikkíró mennyire kifordítva látja a dolgokat: "Váratlan segítséget kapott a Mastodon a most kijött új lemezének promóciójához." Pedig hát igaziból az alig ismert #mastodonsocial kapott ezzel nagy segítséget a nagyon ismert zenekartól, amiről el lett nevezve.
We trust these CMs to speak for and act in the best interest of m.s. CMs currently have full administrative powers, they will follow this protocol for moderation:
The google doc allows you to comment, in case you have feedback to help us improve these protocols, as you can see it’s only a version 0.5.
Their job is to help deal with reports, they are your point of contact for community related issues.
They are here to enforce the Community Guidelines, which can be found here: https://mastodon.social/about/more
An interesting difference b/t the #UX of #Mastodon.social & social.coop (which is brand spanking new) is that #SocialCoop's #federatedtimeline has a much higher signal:noise ratio due to being less fully networked to the #Fediverse. #MastodonSocial's timeline is about 90% languages I don't know, while #SocialCoop is about 90% I do.
Be curious to see if a certain scale means we'll be connected to most of the Fediverse, or if our niche will insulate compared to Mastodon.social's role as a hub.