The more I think about #mastodon features that would be strategic, the more I think folks should build in features and tools for hyper-local communities to use. Lean in on "instances" intended specifically for networks of a dozen (or at least under 100) friends and family. In essence a replacement for "FB groups."
The #Fediverse certainly do more, but that seems like a strategic opportunity. In essence what Darius Kazemi has been thinking about for a while.
So fascinating to see what a burning trash fire, Facebook and Twitter and YouTube have been this election season (disinfo, white nationalists, etc) compared to what I've seen here on the #Fediverse during this same last 90 days.
What is the #Fediverse 2.0? (Made me laugh a bit)
"Even in the shadow of Big Tech monopolies, WordPress and other mature open source ecosystems still represent their antithesis, like a vast network of old-growth forests connected to small stands of young saplings.....
The wild, biodiverse forest image is a good one for us ...it is an image of social, interdependent, and very different individuals....we are doing our part to keep the web wild and healthy." #openweb #indieweb #opensource #fediverse
Looks like #Discourse discussion forums are considering #Fediverse support... https://meta.discourse.org/t/federation-support-for-discourse/90921/6
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