A little bit of computing and a little bit of neuroscience.
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But, that's a bit difficult, I have to translate the KBin/Lemmy user URL into a remote Mastodon user URL, and then I have to manually match up the KBin post URL with the contents of a toot in the timeline.
So I'm working on starting a #Fediverse instance and I have some very cool expressions of interest, but let me tell you, this outlandish, hyperbolic #FediDrama is very discouraging. I would not be able to handle getting caught up in this type of stuff without major support.
Anyway, I feel like the only thing approaching a solution is real #DemocraticGovernance for instances big, small, and medium-sized.
What are some (technical, social) frameworks that have been tried so far?
So most of the new #mastodon growth was taken up by mastodon.social ... right?
https://fedidb.org/software/mastodon ... which doesn't provide recent numbers by time, but does if you go into individual instances, such as mastodon.world, where you can see user growth mainly occurred on mastodon.social.
I imagine some users have also returned, bumping MAU but perhaps a little more distributed.
Along with lemmy.world, it looks like "centralisation" is relatively natural.
So, I think I've dug as deeply into the #hachyderm drama as I need to, and settled on some conclusions.
- Most basically, the best insights came from seeing conversations on another platform: discord.
Admins from both sides were talking. And as it's a chat platform, the engagement and conversation was clearly more direct, free, expressive and clarifying.
If the fediverse wants to be the new internet, seriously, it needs to growup and move on from just microblogging.