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friendica installation on the VPS hosting
Up to this point we basically performed a standard LAMP installation on a ubuntu 22.04 LTS VPS hosting.
The following steps concern the actual friendica server installation.
creating the directory for friendica and the user www-data
creat directories and permission for user www-databack ground information what-is-var-www-html?
sudo chown -R www-data:www-data /var/www
creating user www-data and changing from user rootname to www-data
sudo -u www-data bash
(confirmation check if this is where console changes to www-data@VPShosting:~#)
moving (deactivating) the old /html folder
mv html html.bak
The new /html folder will be created when we clone the gitHub stable branch of friendica in the next step.
cloning friendica from the gitHub repository
git clone https://github.com/friendica/friendica.git -b stable html
configure PHP dependencies
bin/composer.phar install --no-dev
(is this the point the SSL install went wrong?)
creating folder for page view renderings
mkdir -p view/smarty3
chmod 775 view/smarty3
cloning the addons github repository
git clone https://github.com/friendica/friendica-addons.git -b stable addon
cp .htaccess-dist .htaccess
exiting user www-data
EDIT - informationThis tutorial is supposed to be published by the tutorial profile of this server.
It is designed to have several chapters, each being distinctively seperated by an own titel. In total as of now there are like besides this introduction like 6 chapters.
posting and edition time of and by this EDIT profileof ver05 as of now 1hs
mastodon review contact: @mʕ•ﻌ•ʔm bitPickup
SPOILER - click to open/close || IntroductionThis tutorial is an adaption of the tutorial "creating a friendica server - ubuntu" by @Hank G ☑️ based on the experience of the installation report by @…ᘛ⁐̤ᕐᐷ jesuisatire bitPickup:
and specific help by @Raroun.
Server specs and friendica version used:
VPS server | Ubuntu 22.04 LTS
PHP Version 8.1.2-1ubuntu2.14
4 Core CPU, 8 GB Ram with 300GB NVME Disk
Friendica [STABLE] | 'Giant Rhubarb' 2023.05 - 1518
SPOILER - click to open/close || Installation environment and HowToThe only reasonable way to work with a VPSserver on the web is using the console.
If you are not familiar with that don't worry, it is easy and the only thing you have to do is being able to copy/paste the commands displayed:
Copy/paste only the codeBoxes like this one, located outside of the spoilers of this tutorial one after another without altering the sequence!
Of course it is necessary to change the specific file names and passwords for you indiviual site, but that's all. promise!
On the console you wont be able to copy/paste with the keyboard ctrl-C/ctrl-V technique, you'll have to use the mouse "right click, chose option" technique.
This tutorial was created on a #debian #linux desktop environment.
There shouldn't be differences if you want to do this from a #windows machine.
The method used for communication between your local computer and the VPS server is called #SSH:
Wikipedia - Secure Shell:
"Cryptographic network protocol for secure data communication, remote shell services or command execution and other secure network services between two networked computers."
#linux #debian #ubuntu #friendica #fediVerse #fediTutorial #tutorial #fediHelp #fediTips #activityPub #HowTo #DIY #VPS #server #selfHosting
Almost everyone who says "Mastodon didn't work for me" on Bluesky seems to have posted only "me me me" stuff for months (if that) on Mastodon, followed about 10-20 people, never replied to anyone and then gave up because "nobody there, it didn't fly".
It seems there is a big misunderstanding how this free and healthy social media works. We are not here for the easy wins, likes, shares and dopamine spikes. We are here because we accept the fact we are not part of the commercial hype machine. We choose natural engagement over spoiling algorithms, we choose conversation and meaning in our social media. At least that is how I see it.
Flipped into Following The Fediverse
Bezugnehmend auf dieses Issue https://github.com/friendica/friendica/issues/13545 habe ich mir erlaubt, den genannten Thread einmal in einem Screencast aufzunehmen, wie er mir am Smartphone dargestellt würde.
Ich bin zu verschiedenen Kommentaren anhand der Kommentar-Url gehüpft und auch über die Suche angesprungen.
Ein wenig Navigation im Thread.
Zu beachten ist auch die Lesbarkeit in hohen Threadlevels.
Friendica 2023.09-rc, Commit: c71120823
Do you need help with using Mastodon and the Fediverse? Especially if you're a beginner or unsure about techy things?
You can ask by messaging me or replying to this thread, and I'll try to help or find someone else who can help. Don't worry if a question seems silly or basic!
You can also look things up on the guide at https://fedi.tips, which has an "essentials" section at the top and a complete list of answered questions below that.
not sure if this is a bug or just that I'm missing some idea/rule functionality.
Platform Info: 2023.05 - stable | VIER | firefoxFriendica Version: 2023.05 - stable
Friendica Source: gitHub
PHP version: 8.1.2-1ubuntu2.14
SQL version: MySQL / MariaDB
4 Core CPU, 8 GB Ram with 300GB NVME Disk
I didn't have a look at gitHub
Short bug description:When I try to publish publicly a post addressing two forum pages of this server, gimped and tutorial (tutorial is an account created with this profile), I get a restricted post and I don't understand why.
Details of the buggy behavior:I publish the post as public but it gets displayed as private, only visible for the forum page gimped that actually figures twice in the information card of the lock icon.
Also, I can't pin the post to my profile.
See image gif in screenshots spoiler
¿Possible to reproduce, if so how:This is the code of the post, it happens every time I try:
(somehow friendica alters the tags in this code)
#newHere #neuHier #hola [img=https://keybored.me/photo/media/1180400]Gif scene of the movie "The Martian". The lonely main actor is sitting on a stone on the inhabited planet he was left on alone. A text reads: "First day in the diaspora of the fediVerse .." The astronaut is depicted how he opens the solar panels of his equipment, presses a big button on it and the hashtags #hola, #neuHier and #newHere appear. In the last scene he sits again on his stone and the text: ".. wait .." is displayed. In the first scene that reads the text about the first day in the fediVerse the probably oldest logo of the fediVerse is displayed at the bottom left of the scene. At the horizon on the right the actual logo of the the fediVerse rises behind the landscape. In the last scene, while our hero is awaiting the outcome of his intent to make contact with the outside world, the old Federated Social Web logo appears in front of the sun.[/img] #[url=https://tupambae.org/search?tag=fediVerse]fediVerse[/url] #[url=https://tupambae.org/search?tag=fediHelp]fediHelp[/url] #[url=https://tupambae.org/search?tag=fediTips]fediTips[/url] #[url=https://tupambae.org/search?tag=gimp]gimp[/url] #[url=https://tupambae.org/search?tag=gimped]gimped[/url] @ email@example.com @[url=https://tupambae.org/profile/tutorial]Tutorial[/url]
Expected result:¿what should be the correct behavior?
¿what did you expect?
Being posted public, shared by the forum pages publicly and being able to pin it to my profile.
Our CEO, @mike just launched a new podcast series titled "Dot Social" to explore the evolution of the internet and how new open standards, like #ActivityPub, can forever change the web and the world of social media.
**Where are the universities in the Fediverse?**
Why don't universities have their own Mastodon instances yet?
Why don't students get a Mastodon handle when they enrol?
Why don't universities host lecture videos on PeerTube in the Fediverse?
There is a lot to be said for universities getting more involved in the Fediverse.
A call that can only be supported! #boost
**Wo bleiben die Universitäten im Fediverse?**
Warum betreiben Universitäten nicht schon längst eigene Mastodon-Instanzen?
Warum bekommen Studierende nicht mit der Immatrikulation auch einen Mastodon-Handle?
Warum hosten Universitäten Vorlesungsvideos nicht über PeerTube im Fediverse?
Es gibt einiges, das für ein stärkeres Engagement von Universitäten im Fediverse spricht.
Ein Aufruf den man nur unterstützen kann! #boost
#fediverse #university @leonido
Frage | Fediverse: Von fremden Instanzen ausgebremst
Immer wenn ich eine Benachrichtung zu diesen Beitrag samt Kommentardiskussion bekomme, dauert es ewig bis ich etwas machen kann, da etwas vom Server auf https://toot.execbase.net geladen wird. Soll das so?
Preparing to move the DB
Changing the #storage backend to reduce DB size.
/admin/storageAdministration - Storage
Current Storage Backend: Database
Storage base path:storage
Folder where uploaded files are saved. For maximum security, This should be a path outside web server folder tree
This backend doesn't have custom settings
File storage backend
Set the backend used by #Friendica to store uploaded file data. Two storage backends are available with Friendica:
Database : Data is stored in a dedicated table in database (storage)
Filesystem : Data is stored as file on the filesystem.
Default value is 'Database (legacy)': it's the legacy way used to store data directly in database.
Existing data can be moved to the current active backend using the 'storage move' console command
If selected backend has configurable options, new fields are shown here.
Filesystem: Storage base path
The base path where Filesystem storage backend saves data.
For maximum security, this path should be outside the folder tree served by the web server: this way files can't be downloaded bypassing the privacy checks.
Default value is storage, that is the storage folder in Friendica code root folder.
Maximum Image Size
Maximum size in bytes of uploaded images. The default is set to 0, which means no limits.
Moving storage via SSH
bin/console help storage information
bin/console help storage
console storage - manage storage backend and stored data
bin/console storage [-h|--help|-?] [-v]
Show this help
bin/console storage list
List available storage backends
bin/console storage set <name>
Set current storage backend
name storage backend to use. see "list".
bin/console storage move[table][-n 5000]
Move stored data to current storage backend.
table one of "photo" or "attach". default to both
-n limit of processed entry batch size
SSH -> commands to move storage
mkdir /var/www/html/storage ./bin/console config storage.name = Filesystem ./bin/console config storage.filesystem_path = storage ./bin/console storage move
So the youtube ad blocker campaign led me to go poke around peertube more, and I thought maybe I should share some of the resources I currently know of.
There's a peertube search engine at
So far I've found
https://makertube.net/ (making stuff)
https://diode.zone/ (making stuff, more electronics focused)
https://vod.newellijay.tv/ (retro & community tv)
https://peertube.debian.social/ (Debian project conferences and people)
https://conf.tube/ (various FOSS tech conference videos)
https://urbanists.video/ (Videos for walkable livable communities)
Since peertube was written by the French free software non-profit Framasoft, there's also a bunch French peertube instances, that I'm not qualified to evaluate.
Individual instances look like they peer with friendly instances and may share videos between them.
Here's a cute video of a corgi rolling around in grass.
And here's a channel filled with really well done (and working) robot characters
For this weekend's coding project, I built a tiny single-user Bluesky→ActivityPub one-way bridge I named “Pinhole”. If there's someone on Bluesky whose posts you want in your Mastodon feed, you can download and run it yourself: https://fietkau.software/pinhole
Caveats: 1. I intentionally built it anti-scalable: you can use it to follow one Bluesky account from one fedi account, and that's it. 2. You need experience with web servers.
Contact Them All Via https://www.ceoemail.com ,This Guy Has Been Create Help For Me Being Heard With MP's, Police, NHS, BT/EE, & More 😀
Donate: £50 - £100 ,& Conact All CEO's Offices/Head Offices & Senior Governmental Departments In #EU & #Uk & #Europe ,Too Join: #Mastodon With Their Own Servers/Instances, & Join The Larger #Fediverse On: #Mastodon / #MastodonSocial / #PexilFed , & #Meta #Threads & More 😀
We Are In Uk, USA, Canada, Japan, Australia, Europe Vs #BRICS R,C,I,
There are two ways to add your keys to #FileZilla.
You can add your keys inside the "Site Manager":
Browse for the .ppk you want to add and select it:
FileZilla offers you also to add .pem (privkey.pem) files, that's the #puTTy option for a file containing only the extracted private key of keyfile.ppk. At the same time FileZilla doesn't read/accept .pem files so it will prompt you to transform it into a .ppk file. If your .ppk is protected by a password (it should be), you get prompted to insert the password.
It is not clear if the newly created .ppk file from the .pem file by FileZilla is protected with the same password. It doesn't feel like that.
Save the changes and connect to your server.
The other option to add your key to FileZilla is by adding it directly to the main settings.
Add the key file and save.
If you use the input fields and quick connect options of the main FileZilla window, the keys saved in settings will be retrieved.
@Nathan Schneider I'd love to have a look at the second document, but ACM is very unfriendly towards well-secured desktop browsers. I ended up IP-blocked due to what was perceived as non-standard behaviour which probably means that I haven't just loaded the page and then the document exactly once.
That said, I guess the author of that document steps right into the same trap as everyone else who does something related to the #Fediverse without being an avid, well-informed user of many months, namely assume that the Fediverse is only #Mastodon. Granted, the document is about, quote, "Popular Mastodon Instances", but it might also mention interaction with the rest of the Fediverse and do as if this whole rest of the Fediverse is only Mastodon. This is more than just a technicality: Some aspects about Mastodon rules do not translate to all Fediverse projects, others do not translate to anything that is not Mastodon.
I'm working on my first #friendica #VPS installation, here you'll find my initial post about general thoughts like what distro to use, size and costs.
I'm using the tutorial "creating a friendica server - ubuntu" by @Hank G ☑️.
As of now I'm doing well in the process and want to start this post to document differences and questions while installing the server.
This server is going to host an already existing friendica node I have to move from another hosting provider. That means that for example the DB doesn't have to be created from scratch but moved and other smaller details.
I will try to address the different steps of installation in answers to this post and appreciate help, ideas and observations.
A native path out of the mess people make on the #openweb
The Open Governance Body (#OGB) describes a permissionless process/structure that is open and allows the group that forms using the tools to decide who is a part of the group or not. This process can divide into a web of connecting instances of governance as a natural human process of group formation. The #OGB emphasizes that there is no exclusion and always diversity, making it a natural fit for the #fediverse.
The #OGB also shows that if people are stupid and focused on individualism, each governance instance will have one member and no power. To gain power, people have to work together, which is built into the code. The #OGB emphasizes that hoarding power is limited, and it flows through the community, energizing and solidifying the community and building horizontal power to challenge/change vertical power.
The #OGB focus is on the importance of keeping things simple (#KISS) and that some people will try to push for existing power structures before democracy. However, as the process is permissionless, it is not possible to stop them from doing this. The #OGB emphasizes the need to do better, and that being native to the #fediverse is a big help in this regard.
The #OGB emphasizes the importance of recognizing where power comes from in the context of the #fediverse. The fediverse operates differently from corporations, governments, courts, and police, and it is important to think and build with this difference rather than trying to drag the fediverse back to the #mainstreaming path.
The #OGB builds from the #fediverse works because it is different, and it is easy to forget this important thing when #mainstreaming agendas grab and hold. The #OGB suggests that the missing question in almost all conversations is “who are we empowering,” and emphasizes the need to do better in alt-tech.
The #OGB notes that there are problems in alt-tech and suggests that starting with the #4opens would remove 90% of the mess, revealing the real potential for good outcomes. The #OGB highlights that doing better in alt-tech would involve using shovels to make compost and planting seeds of the world we want to see.
The #OGB describes the process scaffolding for the governance body as a default effect, where the decisions on how things work will be up to the members of the body. The power of the governance body is only the power of default, and the #OGB is about removing all hard default choices and building in a small number of KISS tools, then letting the body members work out themselves how to use them.
The #OGB uses the example of #Couchsurfing, where the website redesign removed the #DIY tools active Couchsurfers had used to self-organize, leading to disappointment among members. The #OGB argues that letting members make their own process, open vs. closed, is necessary to overcome the #geekproblem and have hope for alt-tech.
The #OGB builds governance with the way, rules, norms, and actions are structured, sustained, regulated, and held accountable. this is to mediate that the #Fediverse currently has a “herding cats” governance, denoting a futile attempt to control or organize a class of entities that are inherently uncontrollable.
The #OGB provides an example of how the codebase can be used to run a local street market, with each stallholder as a stakeholder, people who shop at the market as users, and the local council, events company, and shop owner’s association as affiliate groups. The #OGB approach and codebase will scale sideways, with street markets governed city-wide, and each of the markets becoming a stakeholder, users as users, and city-wide orgs and groups as affiliate groups.
The #OGB pushes that the bulk of the voice comes from those who run the #Fediverse, the people who run/support the instances. The people who build the tools also get a say, as do support orgs and events, and the users who will be spread widely get a say, but their power is diluted by the much larger numbers involved.
This working practice comes from 30 years of building from The Tyranny of Structureless tick box list https://unite.openworlds.info/Open-Media-Network/openwebgovernancebody/wiki/03.-The-Tyranny-of-Stucturelessness That code being quite “anti-human” is an interesting challenge, and it’s important to figure out how to get the humane “mess” in a coding process that is based on being “exact” and in control #OGB
The #OGB project is grounded in lived experience, and it’s a way out of this mess. We cannot keep using traditional institutions. We have to stop the #techcurn if we are going to use #openweb tech for social/ecological change/challenge, and we need to think about this now.
The #OGB project is about developing better ways of having “trust” based conversations and “trust” based “governance” in the #openweb. The project is built from hundreds of years of on the ground organizing that has shaped every “freedom” we enjoy and is done in a #KISS approach. The #OGB is a #fedivers native way of working, NOT a #mainstreaming way, and it comes from directly working, setting up, and solving recurring problems at hundreds of direct action protest camps.
The #OGB focus on what we know works, as at the moment, almost nothing works for social good. The #OGB project is what is needed, a voluntary cooperative and collaborative alliance that is native to the #fediverse.
It’s not the goal of the #OGB project to create an organization that tells everyone what protocols and standards to use in the #fediverse. The #OGB project is about developing better ways of having good “trust” based conversations and “trust” based “governance” in the #openweb
To sum up, the current working models of “governance” in open-source projects are monarchy, aristocracy and oligarchy. This is the rock star developer, the coders and the funders. It should be obverse to anyone that 99.99% of people are missing from this feudalistic ideal of “governance”.
Democracy is the basic foundation of our shared modernity.
WHY DO WE PUT UP WITH THIS MESS IN TECH?
Let’s take a different path, please #OGB
Q. that is an optimistic projection
A. I have no illusion that the normal shitty behaver of fucking people over and being a prat will happen, but the codebase is designed to mediate this crap behaver for better outcomes 🙂
#OGB “permissionless” is an important word that needs some thought. The body is made up of three different, balanced groups: stakeholders, users, and affiliate stakeholders. Anybody can become a stakeholder by setting up and running an active instance, and users are self-explanatory. That affiliate stakeholders are a little more complex and are treated differently, and it’s up to the body itself to decide if they play an active and useful role.
That nothing in this is top-down, elitist, discriminatory, or undemocratic, and it’s #KISS and looks safe to the “normal world” while being native to the #fediverse and its roots. All the coding is #4opens, based on #activertypub.
With #OGB, it’s important not to get lost in the #processgeeks and their dogmatic love of #formalconsensus, as that’s a dead end and has been for the 30 years of activism and coding tech. It’s important to keep the #OGB both #KISS and human, understandable. The #OGB is native “governance” and federates in the same way as the projects it “governs”. That this approach is counterintuitive to mainstream ideas and “common sense,” but that’s not necessarily a bad thing.
This approach has worked to some extent, as seen in the “#Fediverse” as a living example, working to scale small to bigger. There will be lots of “smoke,” and help is needed to keep the project clear of this mess. We have to overcome our #stupidindividualism to have a hope of a better world.
#OGB To remind you that the need for “governance” came out of a practical problem where the #activitypub community is made up of “cats” who were doing seminars outreach to powerful #EU Eurocrats on why they should be interested in #activertypub. #OGB is designed to be messy and not tidy, and it’s a “governance” of a disorganization, not a traditional power structure. “governance” can cooperate with more formal models of governance like traditional cooperatives.
Come and talk about this here https://www.ngiforum2023.eu/ though you will likly have to make space as the is non in the programe.
#NGIzero #NGI #EU It’s important to remember in #openweb tech that most funding is poured directly down the drain, all value comes from #DIY culture which is always underfunded. Would be a good idea to try to rebalance this mess. And yes, we are not talking about the #dotcons mess, that’s another subject 😉
The value we are all talking about, the #openweb #fediverse based on #activertypub is a very good example of this issue. The group that pushed through the speck only goes through the formal consensuses process because the #dotcons were not interested in owning the outcome as it had no “value” to them. The speck was done as unpaid, unfunded #DIY labour, this is where almost all value actually comes from when you lift the lid on the current mess.
The importance of #DIY culture and the underfunding of #openweb technologies. It is true that much of the value in openweb technologies comes from the grassroots efforts of individuals and communities who are passionate about creating and maintaining these tools. This can be seen in the case of the #fediverse, which was developed by a group of volunteers who were committed to creating a decentralized and open social networking platform.
At the same time, it is also important to recognize the role that funding can play in supporting the development of openweb technologies. While it is true that much of the value comes from DIY culture, funding can help to support and sustain this culture, providing resources and support to help communities. One initiative that is working to address this issue is #NGIZero, which is a program funded by the European Commission to support the development of #openweb technologies. Through this program, funding is provided to support projects that are focused on creating often #NGO focused decentralized and #geekproblem projects.
Overall, it is important to recognize the importance of DIY culture and grassroots efforts in the development of openweb culture and technologies. At the same time, we should also work to support these efforts through funding and other forms of support, in order to help ensure that these grassroots cultures and the technologies they build continue to thrive and evolve in the years to come.
Maybe we can try to bring this #openweb tech funding mess to https://www.ngiforum2023.eu/, but we face a normal #mainstreaming top down #4opoens fail, so likely will not find an easy space to do this.
NGI Zero open source funding talks about the @sovtechfund
NGI Zero open source funding
The @sovtechfund is offering grants to people who contribute to a sustainable open source ecosystem. Grants go up to €300,000 per application and cover three main topics:
1. Improve FOSS Developer Tooling
2. Securing FOSS Software Production
3. FOSS Infrastructure Documentation
With this program, the Sovereign Tech Fund seeks to stimulate an open digital infrastructure: fundamental technologies that enable the creation of other software.
UPDATE Looks like people are also arguing this point https://shared-digital.eu/statement/
We are pouring public funding down the drain agen, these criteria are feeding the #geekproblem not actually trying to take the “problem” out of our geek paths. The people who PUSH this agenda are the problem – please POINT at them and talk about this mess, thanks.
Can we get a link to the people making the agenda, thanks, will try polite conversation #4opens
The replacement, I have no idea who they are and getting #blocking
This is a #4opens fail.
In all these toots am talking past “people” to talk about things/social/groups and not directly to individuals, they are second in all these conversations. This is the place where social value lives. The problem is, we don’t have hardly any of this… which is the subject am talking about.
#blocking is not seeing this, addressing this, the is a lot of blocking going on 😉
Am happy to talk to “individuals” as a first step.
Pouring money down the drain, because the majority of the problems in the #Fediverse and the #openweb are social not technical – if they only fund technical parts of this culture they are feeding the “problem” and this problem is going to pour the resources down the drain.
I understand this is a hard conversation to have, we have to try.
yes, I understand the fear this creates and the desire to #block, but this then makes the #4opens fail more visible if people wont to use this for the needed change and challenge if they don’t yes it’s more noise what are you signal or noise 🙂
Signal vs Nose.
Am increasingly seeing this #blocking as a culture of fear, or more real as a culture of fear pushed as power politics.
Am thinking meany people will be confused and likely mix signal with noise on this subject.
If you find yourself agenst the first and defending the second, then you are the problem.
This makes your behaver noise, and what you do very likely to be more #techshit to compost.
I wonder if people understand what activism is on the #openweb any more?
You talk to people to emplane why they are doing WRONG, and at the same time you push them as HARD as you can to change their wrong behaver.
People who keep saying “why can’t we all get along”, and “wouldent it go better if we were nice to each other” and the PROBLEM blocking the activism from having the needed affect…
Hab gerade bemerkt, dass die schönen neuen Vorschaukarten den URL-Parameter abschneiden, über den wir überhaupt erfahren, dass Besuche von hier kommen. Je mehr Instanzen diese neue Vorschau nun anzeigen, desto mehr Einstiege werden darüber kommen und für uns nicht mehr erkennbar.
Weiß nicht, ob wir das überhaupt beheben können/wollen.
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Our community includes several long-term members and we welcome new volunteers, renters and interested members. If anyone would like to come and experience a 100% plant-based lifestyle and help us in our goals of sustainable and regenerative planting of fruit trees, please visit our website for more information and to apply to join us
"... a significant portion of the #Fediverse, at least for now, runs on pure enthusiasm, and sometimes on donations from supporters or some occasional banners. There’s currently no sustainable commercial model here, and it seems that there is no intention to implement one yet."
Why would we? A centralised revenue model for...
"... an association of independent social networks..."
...is basically like trying to create one for everything on the web. It's bananas.
What is the story behind the profile picture you are currently using here on the #Fediverse today?
The other day I asked for everyone to share their story of the username(s) that they use, and you can see that thread here:
Let's hear why you've chosen the image you've chosen!
Today's question for a resilient #Fediverse is whether various different initiatives are willing to collaborate and cross-pollinate, while keeping their independence.
2. @fedidevs documenting existing fedi
4. #SocialHub as forum