Items tagged with: Diaspora
Ehrlich gesagt verstehe ich diese Eile nicht, Vor allem nicht von einem Netzwerk wie Mastodon, dass sich selbst nicht an das Protokoll Activitiy Pub hält, das es selbst mitentworfen hat.
Glücklicherweise geht Friendica da einen anderen Weg. Hier wird OStatus noch unterstützt. Ebenso das Diaspora Protokoll.
Es ist eine Sache, neuen Code für ein neues Protokoll zu entwickeln. Aber eine andere Sache bereits bestehenden Code rauszuschmeissen und damit andere Netzwerke auszuschließen.
The end is near: Mastodon plans to drop OStatus support
#ActivitiyPub #Fediverse #GNUSOcial #Mastodon #Friendica #Diaspora
Was ist Friendica?
- Eines der ältesten dezentralen sozialen Netzwerksysteme, etwa so alt wie #Diaspora.
- Kann kommunizieren mit #Mastodon, #Diaspora und anderen kompatiblen Netzwerken.
- Teil des #Fediverse.
Meldet euch auf meinem Server an und probiert es aus.
instead of trying to find ways to do it inside the frederation/fediverse
Well, the #Fediverse is fractured into different parts, #Mastodon users (programmers) could then not communicated with #Diaspora users. #Github got kind of evil because of #Microsoft …
I knew the microsoft issue would come up ..
that's just kinda "different" battleground, although actually proves my centralized dependency point when it comes to: "let's discuss inside our realm!"
For me it's kinda strange that any coder of the federation-fediverse hasn't an account with any of the competetive but befriended projects.
Like to say:
For me as a surfer/user/testdriver and (dis)content creator it's basics to have an account on all the projects just out of curiosity and I think as a coder I would actively look out for what are doing the others to get more input, more ideas, widen my perception of the multiverse we create. So using the different platforms for the discussion is just a logical step for me that should naturally improve the whole system just by using it and knowing of each other.
If friendica is more kinda interconnecting platform it's reasonable to host the basic forum profiles there. If diaspora has a voting tool it's reasonable to use it so every one can "vote" with his diaspora account on surveys. If GNUsocial is (or mastodon, the one I haven't used yet) better for chit-chat about other aspects .. let's enjoy it and test it for that purpose.
That doesn't mean that if for specific important things a precise centralized tool fit's right now best (or is the established worst option for now) like it's the case for coding github or translations .. be it. And if coders say "for our needs we have to use discourse or other", I guess it's about specific needs to accomplish certain job .. perfect.
What I'm talking about is more in the direction of that I wonder if sometimes for coders every problem looks like the need for an app, a littel bit like when you have a hammer and every thumb looks like a nail you know. I get the impression that what the bigger picture → "the community" needs is implementation of "moderation tools" by moderators, something I guess is more about the realm of the work @Sean Tilley got when he came to the diaspora project long time ago.
To me it looks like that the "flaws" and imperfection of the federated fediverse needs some human man power to maintain the flux of conversation/information by doing the job of interlocutor, meaning man power driven dedicated forum pages and profiles on the different networks to keep the work/discussion going ..
not sure if this was more comprehensive @Hypolite Petovan (he/him) ??