For comparison, "Learning from Twitter's mistakes" (one of the first articles I've written) had 65 "fans", while "Welcome to Mastodon" (the April one) had 283.
@Gargron that's pretty.... chilling
@Gargron no i meant with so many fans
it's bound to cool a lot, so
@Gargron you're doing great, and it's a pretty good score :3
@luluberlu i for one would hug gargamel if i could
Life goals: April levels of Mastodon usage, but like, all the time, consistently.
I think the commercial networks are bound to keep screwing up sooner or later. One of the things Mastodon offers which the silos don't is self-determination.
Like, hypothetically, I could make a stupid design decision in the software, but even then there's forks and community input.
The only way for silo users to counteract top-down abuse is leaving to.. well, us
@jonathanmh I think they use OpenCollective (which is kinda like Patreon but for orgs). One of the interesting bits is that they use democracy software for executive decisions https://medium.com/open-collective/social-coop-a-cooperative-decentralized-social-network-c10980c9ed91