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NOTE: "direct messages" visibility was changed in #Friendica and #Hubzilla. Now when you send a "private" DM from Mastodon to these two networks, message's visibility in those networks will be limited (yay!)

Please, remember, that #OStatus networks - GNU Social, postActiv, as well as any malicious servers - will still show your DMs from Mastodon as public. 🔓

#Friendica #Hubzilla #Mastodon #Federation #Privacy
Vienna 

Kryptische Links auf Hubzilla Artikel


Kann man eigentlich irgendwo einstellen, dass die Links auf die #Artikel in #Hubzilla nicht so kryptisch aussehen?
Das wäre praktischer, wenn irgendwie per #Rewrite #URL oder so auf dem Server anstatt dem Fragezeichen und das, was danach kommt, der Titel des Artikels stehen würde. Ich meine, das war auch mal irgendwann so, oder täusche ich mich, @Mark Nowiasz?

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Filter our contacts publications

Hello !Friendica Support

Is there a way on #friendica to configure filters on each of your contacts, to be able to see in our "timeline" only some specific posts?
For instance, I'd like to follow one developer of a #fediverse project, but I really don't care about it's sex life. So I'd like to configure the connection to only display posts with specific hashtags.
How would you do that ?
(FYI, this feature is available in #hubzilla and it's called connfilter)
 

Warum bekomme ich Benachrichtigungen in Hubzilla nicht weg?


Wieso habe ich bei #hubzilla permanent zwei #Benachrichtigungen und bekomme die nicht weg? Den #Beitrag / #Artikel kann ich in meiner #Timeline auch gar nicht #löschen

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Jed(i)e/r ist willkommen
#Friendica #Hubzilla #Federation #Berlin #Stammtisch

FRe;AK Stammtisch


Diese Woche Mittwoch (Übermorgen, am 5.6.2019) treffen wir uns zum Stammtisch im f2a_space um über Friendica, Hubzilla und Co. zu quatschen.

Den f2a_space findet ihr in der Finowstraße 2a zwischen U Samariter Straße und S+U Frankfurter Allee. Los geht es um 19 Uhr.

Finowstraße 2a, Berlin



!Berliner Luft
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Das Fediverse wurde 11 Jahre alt und mittlerweile tummeln sich so viele Plattformen und Communities die alle miteinander reden können oder wollen. #Friendica #Hubzilla #Mastodon #Pleroma# GNUSocial #Nextcloud #Writeas #Misskey #Osada #Plume #Funkwahle #Peertube #Pixelfed #Gettogether #mobilizon
Happy Birthday dear #Fediverse sorry to be a day late ;-) but we celebrated yesterday. Almost grown up now with 11 🎂

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FΓΆderation Statistik

Um mal wieder einen Blick von meiner Instanz zu geben, wie die Federation bzw das Fediverse aussieht folgende Statistik
Momentan kennt dieser Knoten 4.305 Knoten mit insgesamt 2.831.088 registrierten Nutzern, die die folgenden Plattformen verwenden:

Friendica (387/3487)
diaspora (297/663226)
red (6/81)
hubzilla (281/8895)
GNU Social (124/1390)
StatusNet (9/84)
Mastodon (2700/2121566)
pleroma (496/31310)
socialhome (4/1019)
ganggo (1/30)


#federation #fediverse #friendica #hubzilla #Mastodon #socialhome #pleroma #ganggo #diaspora #GNUSocial
Yakutsk 
(english/deutsch)
Help wanted / Bitte um Hilfe

(english) I try to create an overview of the features of the different federated platforms and which communication protocols they are capable of. Or add another platform (with sources) that can "speak" the communication protocol that is mentioned on the sheet. Once it's finished it will be available for everybody. https://github.com/hoergen/besser-der-podcast/tree/master/fediverse

(deutsch) Ich versuche eine Übersicht von Featuren der verschiedenen föderierten Plattformen zund deren verfügbare Kommunikationsprotokolle zu erstellen. Oder fügt eine Plattform (mit Quellen) hinzu, die hier nicht aufgeführt ist, die die entsprechenden Kommunikationsprotokolle "spricht". Wenn es dann fertig ist, stelle ich es natürlich allen zur Verfügung. https://github.com/hoergen/besser-der-podcast/tree/master/fediverse

Please comment like (use the green fields) / Bitte folgendermaßen kommentieren (die grünen Felder benutzen)
Etherpad: https://yourpart.eu/p/federateit

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#help #hilfe #federation #fediverse #friendica #mastodon #pleroma #socialhome #ganggo #Misskey #Gnusocial #Funkwhale #Peertube #pixelfed #hubzilla #Osada #Mediagobblin #nextcloud #plume #postactiv #prismo #wordpress #WriteFreely #Statusnet #Diaspora
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G+ style Multi-Column Streams in diaspora, Tumblr, Mastodon, Hubzilla, Friendica, YouMe, and MeWe.

I’ve put together CSS styles which provide multi-column Streams in various social media platforms. This has a huge effect on browsing speed. To use them, you:

1) Download Stylus plugin (Chrome, Firefox or Opera): https://add0n.com/stylus.html

2) Install desired Multi-Column style from here: https://userstyles.org/users/773238

3) Modify the domain it acts on if you're using a different pod

Enjoy!

= = = = = ADDITIONAL NOTES = = = = =

diaspora is the most refined, with a lot of extra features like multicolumn comments, autoexpand all posts, font size customization, and other UI enhancements

Tumblr is also solid; it keeps the standard width of Tumblr posts and is responsive to width (2 or 3 columns)

Mastodon is maybe 95% good, depending on how you prefer to use Mastodon.

Hubzilla is maybe 80% good. Because of the right sidebar, this is limited to two columns by default.

Friendica is maybe 60% good. There's some sort of vertical scrolling bug when the left sidebar is too tall. If the left sidebar is short enough to fit on screen, all is good. But if the left sidebar is too tall, then scrolling gets stuck when you're too near the bottom of the content.

YouMe is maybe 40% good. It works, but it also affects single post view. And YouMe itself is really buggy right now (it only just launched). But the good news is that my userstyle can be used to produce single column (it's normally 2 column, which not everybody likes).

MeWe is maybe 50% good. As with Hubzilla, the right sidebar limits available space. So, it only provides 2 columns by default. And due to the complexity of MeWe, it only applies to the home and Groups pages - so, only single column view if you go to a single group. But as far as I've noticed, it's not buggy.

Of these platforms, the only ones I use significantly are diaspora, Tumblr, and Mastodon. Those will be the best supported, naturally.

#diaspora #tumblr #mastodon #hubzilla #friendica #youme #mewe #pluspora #tips #tip #diasporatips

(Putting them all here in one convenient place.)
 
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I have been experimenting again
This is my animated interpretation of the Fediverse.
As far as I could ascertain the logos are in keeping with open source software and can be shared but if this is not the case with any network please let me know and I can put a neutral image in its place.

Certain things may be incorrect, after all I’m only a new boy here so this animation can be modified, the hard work has been done and this is just the first attempt.

All my animations can be downloaded and used in any way you like

#mastodon #pleroma #peertube #diaspora #pluspora #friendica #hubzilla #writefreely #misskey #pixelfed #plume #gnusocial #socialhome #ganggo #mywork #gif #animation #3d
 
An Leute, die bei Friendica oder Hubzilla sind: welche der beiden eignet sich besser, um eine Nachbarschaft zu vernetzen. Habe mal Hubzilla ausprobiert und Foren/Gruppen erstellen ist da ja sehr einfach. Aber es sollte natürlich auch für DAUs einfach nutzbar sein und Apps vorhanden sein.
@hoergen

#friendica #hubzilla
Khandyga 
#podmin #outage #pod dapor net #performance #diaspora #hubzilla #friendica

there will be a short outage - sorry for the short notice - please be patient

gleich wird es einen kurzen Ausfall der dapor.net Services geben. Sorry das es so kurzfristig kommt..
Ich bitte um ein wenig Geduld
 
#podmin #outage #pod dapor net #performance #diaspora #hubzilla #friendica

there will be a short outage - sorry for the short notice - please be patient

gleich wird es einen kurzen Ausfall der dapor.net Services geben. Sorry das es so kurzfristig kommt..
Ich bitte um ein wenig Geduld
 

Anzeigeeinstellungen bei Hubzilla


Wieso kann man eigentlich bei #Hubzilla in den #Einstellungen die Breite einstellen aber nicht die Höhe?
Ich finde das extrem nervig, wenn man bei fast jedem Beitrag auf #Aufklappen klicken muss. Insbesondere, wenn der Beitrag ein Foto und nur wenig Text enthält fällt mir das auf. Ich würde mir dann nämlich die Höhe auf das 2 bis 2,5-fache einstellen.

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Google+ Style Multi-column Stream


Welcome to diaspora, new folks!

BTW, I put together a CSS userstyle that enhances diaspora with multi-column Stream/comments, auto-expand, and some other niceties.

https://pluspora.com/posts/e5093d3025790137cf99005056264835

1) Download Stylus plugin (Chrome, Firefox or Opera): https://add0n.com/stylus.html

2) Install desired Multi-Column style from here: https://userstyles.org/users/773238

3) Modify the domain it acts on if you’re using a different pod

I also made multi-column userstyles for other social media sites, but diaspora is the one I've refined the most.

#diaspora #tumblr #mastodon #hubzilla #friendica #youme #mewe #pluspora #tips #tip #diasporatips
 

Google+ Style Multi-column Stream


Welcome to diaspora, new folks!

BTW, I put together a CSS userstyle that enhances diaspora with multi-column Stream/comments, auto-expand, and some other niceties.

https://pluspora.com/posts/e5093d3025790137cf99005056264835

1) Download Stylus plugin (Chrome, Firefox or Opera): https://add0n.com/stylus.html

2) Install desired Multi-Column style from here: https://userstyles.org/users/773238

3) Modify the domain it acts on if you’re using a different pod

I also made multi-column userstyles for other social media sites, but diaspora is the one I've refined the most.

#diaspora #tumblr #mastodon #hubzilla #friendica #youme #mewe #pluspora #tips #tip #diasporatips
 
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Fediverse, how do I know what version my server runs?


Sometimes you're in a situation when you want to know which version of a software the instance you are using runs.
For example, the software rolls out a cool new feature you read about somewhere. But of coarse it's only in the very newest version.
Or you are on the search for a new instance and you want to check if it is somehow outdated or pretty modern.

So I decided to find out how you can find out what version the software is running.

#diaspora*


If you are logged in it's on the sidebar



And if you ain't logged in you can find it on the bottom of the landing page
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#Friendica


In general: You want to access the site https://your.friendica.server/friendica

So you can type that into the url bar of your browser and you'll get a page like this:
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You can access that page if you are logged in when you click your nickname-menu in the upper right corner, that choose "help" scroll down and there is a link to the version-page
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If you are not logged in there is an Info-I in the upper right corner (e.g. on the log in page, but also on the register page…)
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#Funkwhale


No matter if you are logged in or not, scroll down on any page there will be some footer and most likely in the very left column it tells you the version of the instance:
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#Hubzilla


Access https://your.hubzilla.server/siteinfo by typing this into your address bar or for example by clicking Burger-Menu → Help → About this pod → Siteinfo as seen on the screenshot:

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On that page you can see the version of your hubzilla hub:
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#Mastodon


There seem to be several ways to find the version. For example, if you are logged in and you have the standard view with "first steps" in the very right column it tells the version on the bottom of that column:
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Or you try to access one of the "meta"-pages of your server like /explore or /about/more or /terms. On all these pages the version in noted in the footer at the bottom of the page:
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Matrix


I have no idea, it probably depends on your client. Maybe someone has a hint for me

#Misskey


On the landing page if you're not logged in the version info is in the bottom right corner. If you are logged in it's on the left side.

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#Peertube


No matter if you're logged in or not on every single page on the verry bottom in the middle of the page/column it says something like
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#Pixelfed


On any and every page of pixelfed there is a text "Powered by Pixelfed" in the bottom right corner. You have to hover that text with your mouse to get the version information.
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#Pleroma


I couln't find a way to get the version on the web interface (tell me if you know) but with as post projects you can access the nodeinfo
Usually it is located at https://your.pleroma.server/nodeinfo/2.0.json but if not, you can find out the correct URL under https://your.pleroma.server/.well-known/nodeinfo. If your browser cannot render the JSON proper you can paste the content into a json viewer and hit "viewer".
Somewhere is a block "software" that contains the field "version" where you can find pleromas version. Don't confuse it with the "version"-statement for the document (for example 2.0 or 2.1 that is the nodeinfo-version, not the pleroma-version).

#Plume


As far as I can see it's written on every page in the pages footer on the left site:
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easy huh?

#Wordpress


As of the wide usual customization of wordpress I couldn't find a way how most of the instances expose their version. Try to follow the nodeinfo -way I discribed at Pleroma because it seems some (many?) wordpress instances use it.

#WriteFreely


(once known as "write.as")
Like some other projects the version of a write freely instance is pointed out at the bottom of almost every page:
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This article and all images are licensed as #cc-by so if you have more information about this or something is outdated: Feel free to take this text, modify and repost it as your own. Just don't forget to give me ( @Deus Figendi ) attribution.
The projects I chose to explain here were those with the most nodes on the-federation.info (except ActivityRelay because it's not so relevant for users). And the order is alphabetically.

#fediverse #federatoin #decentralnetwork #activitypub #lightpub #version #tutorial #overview #help #ccby #software #thefederation @The Federation #nodeinfo
 
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Fediverse, how do I know what version my server runs?


Sometimes you're in a situation when you want to know which version of a software the instance you are using runs.
For example, the software rolls out a cool new feature you read about somewhere. But of coarse it's only in the very newest version.
Or you are on the search for a new instance and you want to check if it is somehow outdated or pretty modern.

So I decided to find out how you can find out what version the software is running.

#diaspora*


If you are logged in it's on the sidebar



And if you ain't logged in you can find it on the bottom of the landing page
Bild/Foto

#Friendica


In general: You want to access the site https://your.friendica.server/friendica

So you can type that into the url bar of your browser and you'll get a page like this:
Bild/Foto

You can access that page if you are logged in when you click your nickname-menu in the upper right corner, that choose "help" scroll down and there is a link to the version-page
Bild/Foto

If you are not logged in there is an Info-I in the upper right corner (e.g. on the log in page, but also on the register page…)
Bild/Foto

#Funkwhale


No matter if you are logged in or not, scroll down on any page there will be some footer and most likely in the very left column it tells you the version of the instance:
Bild/Foto

#Hubzilla


Access https://your.hubzilla.server/siteinfo by typing this into your address bar or for example by clicking Burger-Menu → Help → About this pod → Siteinfo as seen on the screenshot:

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On that page you can see the version of your hubzilla hub:
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#Mastodon


There seem to be several ways to find the version. For example, if you are logged in and you have the standard view with "first steps" in the very right column it tells the version on the bottom of that column:
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Or you try to access one of the "meta"-pages of your server like /explore or /about/more or /terms. On all these pages the version in noted in the footer at the bottom of the page:
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Matrix


I have no idea, it probably depends on your client. Maybe someone has a hint for me

#Misskey


On the landing page if you're not logged in the version info is in the bottom right corner. If you are logged in it's on the left side.

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#Peertube


No matter if you're logged in or not on every single page on the verry bottom in the middle of the page/column it says something like
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#Pixelfed


On any and every page of pixelfed there is a text "Powered by Pixelfed" in the bottom right corner. You have to hover that text with your mouse to get the version information.
Bild/Foto

#Pleroma


I couln't find a way to get the version on the web interface (tell me if you know) but with as post projects you can access the nodeinfo
Usually it is located at https://your.pleroma.server/nodeinfo/2.0.json but if not, you can find out the correct URL under https://your.pleroma.server/.well-known/nodeinfo. If your browser cannot render the JSON proper you can paste the content into a json viewer and hit "viewer".
Somewhere is a block "software" that contains the field "version" where you can find pleromas version. Don't confuse it with the "version"-statement for the document (for example 2.0 or 2.1 that is the nodeinfo-version, not the pleroma-version).

#Plume


As far as I can see it's written on every page in the pages footer on the left site:
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easy huh?

#Wordpress


As of the wide usual customization of wordpress I couldn't find a way how most of the instances expose their version. Try to follow the nodeinfo -way I discribed at Pleroma because it seems some (many?) wordpress instances use it.

#WriteFreely


(once known as "write.as")
Like some other projects the version of a write freely instance is pointed out at the bottom of almost every page:
Bild/Foto
This article and all images are licensed as #cc-by so if you have more information about this or something is outdated: Feel free to take this text, modify and repost it as your own. Just don't forget to give me ( @Deus Figendi ) attribution.
The projects I chose to explain here were those with the most nodes on the-federation.info (except ActivityRelay because it's not so relevant for users). And the order is alphabetically.

#fediverse #federatoin #decentralnetwork #activitypub #lightpub #version #tutorial #overview #help #ccby #software #thefederation @The Federation #nodeinfo
 
For those who are #newhere from other social networks, here’s a bit of handy vocabulary to help you navigate this new social network universe:

- Protocol - An agreed format that enables software applications to communicate with (or “federate” with) each other. The two most heavily used protocols around here are Diaspora and ActivityPub. As an end user, you don’t have to care about the protocol you are using and you don’t ever see the “protocol” other than it enables or limits which users you can see.

- Platform - The software application that implements a protocol(s) for federating. The Diaspora platform implements the eponymously named Diaspora protocol. Mastodon, for example, implements the ActivityPub protocol. Friendica implements both the Diaspora and the ActivityPub protocols.

- Pod - The server(s) running a particular platform (software application). Also known as an “instance” or a “node”. For example, pluspora.com is one of the many pods running the Diaspora platform; mastodon.social is one of the many pods running the Mastodon platform; and libranet.de is one of the many pods running the Friendica platform.

- The Federation - The collective of pods running platforms that implement the Diaspora protocol. This includes all pods running Diaspora (the software application), Hubzilla, Friendica, or Socialhome. The users on *any* of these pods can connect to and interact with each other.

- The Fediverse - The collective of pods running platforms that implement the ActivityPub (and OStatus) protocols. This includes all pods running Mastodon, Pixelfed, Hubzilla, Friendica, Socialhome, or many, many others. The users on *any* of these pods can connect to and interact with each other.

- The Free Network - The collective of pods in The Federation and The Fediverse, combined.

Hope that helps and doesn’t make this seem more complicated than it actually is. The main difference from other social networks is that no single entity owns and runs a platform. On G+ or Facebook, you are locked into that platform/company to talk to other users. In the Free Network, one set of volunteers writes the software and puts it out there for free, and another set of volunteers downloads the software and runs it on their servers and invites us to have user accounts for free. (But you should definitely donate to help them with the costs, if you can.) If we, as users, decide we aren’t happy with our current experience, we can change platforms or pods and still keep all of our friends/connections. On Facebook, G+, Twitter, and the like, you are locked in; and if you want leave, you go cold turkey.

Glad you joined us here in the land of choice.

#diaspora #federation #friendica #hubzilla #gplusrefugees #pluspora
 
For those who are #newhere from other social networks, here’s a bit of handy vocabulary to help you navigate this new social network universe:

- Protocol - An agreed format that enables software applications to communicate with (or “federate” with) each other. The two most heavily used protocols around here are Diaspora and ActivityPub. As an end user, you don’t have to care about the protocol you are using and you don’t ever see the “protocol” other than it enables or limits which users you can see.

- Platform - The software application that implements a protocol(s) for federating. The Diaspora platform implements the eponymously named Diaspora protocol. Mastodon, for example, implements the ActivityPub protocol. Friendica implements both the Diaspora and the ActivityPub protocols.

- Pod - The server(s) running a particular platform (software application). Also known as an “instance” or a “node”. For example, pluspora.com is one of the many pods running the Diaspora platform; mastodon.social is one of the many pods running the Mastodon platform; and libranet.de is one of the many pods running the Friendica platform.

- The Federation - The collective of pods running platforms that implement the Diaspora protocol. This includes all pods running Diaspora (the software application), Hubzilla, Friendica, or Socialhome. The users on *any* of these pods can connect to and interact with each other.

- The Fediverse - The collective of pods running platforms that implement the ActivityPub (and OStatus) protocols. This includes all pods running Mastodon, Pixelfed, Hubzilla, Friendica, Socialhome, or many, many others. The users on *any* of these pods can connect to and interact with each other.

- The Free Network - The collective of pods in The Federation and The Fediverse, combined.

Hope that helps and doesn’t make this seem more complicated than it actually is. The main difference from other social networks is that no single entity owns and runs a platform. On G+ or Facebook, you are locked into that platform/company to talk to other users. In the Free Network, one set of volunteers writes the software and puts it out there for free, and another set of volunteers downloads the software and runs it on their servers and invites us to have user accounts for free. (But you should definitely donate to help them with the costs, if you can.) If we, as users, decide we aren’t happy with our current experience, we can change platforms or pods and still keep all of our friends/connections. On Facebook, G+, Twitter, and the like, you are locked in; and if you want leave, you go cold turkey.

Glad you joined us here in the land of choice.

#diaspora #federation #friendica #hubzilla #gplusrefugees #pluspora
 

HiD - Teil 6 und 7


6 – dynamisches DNS
https://pepecyb.hu/hubzilla-in-der-dose-hid/#6_8211_dynamisches_DNS
https://hub.libranet.de/wiki/pepecyb8806/Hubzilla(20)in(20)der(20)Dose(20)(28)HiD(29)/6(20)(e28093)(20)dynamisches(20)DNS

7 – SSL-Zertifikat mit Let‘s Encrypt
https://pepecyb.hu/hubzilla-in-der-dose-hid/#7_8211_SSL-Zertifikat_mit_Lets_Encrypt
https://hub.libranet.de/wiki/pepecyb8806/Hubzilla(20)in(20)der(20)Dose(20)(28)HiD(29)/7(20)(e28093)(20)SSL-Zertifikat(20)mit(20)Let(e28098)s(20)Encrypt

#raspberrypi #hubzilla
 


¡Bienvenido a la Federación!


Esto es una breve introducción a nuestra red.
La Federación (no confundirse con el Fediverso) es una combinación de 5 diferentes redes sociales:

Estas redes están interconectadas.


Temas que se publican en una red son compartidos con las demás redes que soportan el mismo protocolo. Sin embargo cada plataforma tiene diferentes características y diferentes apariencias. Anímate, y Analliza las respectivas alternativas para encontrar lo que se adapta mejor a tus necesidades.

Sin embargo, y a diferencia de lo que pasa en las redes sociales centralizadas y tradicionales; no existe un sistema central, algoritmo o inteligencia artificial que determine la información y/o el contenido al cual pueden acceder los usuarios. En vez de automáticamente presentar temas de forma predeterminada por su popularidad o sugerir temas luego del análisis de la actividad del usuario; cada nuevo miembro de esta red, debe hacerse cargo de confeccionar aquel contenido que desea ver.

Los #Hashtags determinan lo que uno ve. Si un tema tiene un #hashtag que estás siguiendo, aparecerá en tu Portada o Página Principal. Lo mismo vale para tus publicaciones. Cuando compartes con alguien, verás todas sus publicaciones, independientemente de los #hashtags que se usen.

No hay otros factores o circunstancias que generan el contenido que se te presenta.


Así que asegúrate de seguir buena cantidad de #hashtags, revisa los perfiles de los demás y comparte y/o sigue contactos que te parezcan adecuados. También asegura de engancharte, dejar comentarios y publica tus temas con los #hashtags apropiados.

¡Si no, siquiera nos enteramos de que estas ahí!


Tenemos algunas herramientas para facilitar la moderación del contenido o de los usuarios que lo publican, para poder prevenir el bullying, acoso, troleo y otros; así que siéntete libre de bloquear/ignorar usuarios según tus preferencias.

Sin embargo; siempre se debe tratar ser buena persona con el otro, y en todo caso, se aconseja siempre tener cierto grado de #humor. Los administradores no deberían tener que dedicarse a revisar patéticas guerras entre trolls o verificar cada una de las denuncias.

Todo se hace a mano. Depende de la comunidad distribuir contenido, apoyarse mutuamente, invitar a nuevas personas, contribuir al código fuente, ayudar con los costos de la infraestructura y prevenir cualquier forma comercial de SPAM, publicidad y otros.
(Este mensaje de #hola es un ejemplo de esta actitud de cooperación)

En caso de necesitar mayor información; puedes averiguar mas en las FAQ's y los tutoriales en los enlaces apuntados anteriormente. El tutorial de Friendica se encuentra en cada sitio en la subcarpeta /help.
Para las consultas o preguntas, publica un tema con el hashtag #pregunta, #ayuda → #help o #hola, que es nuestro #hashtag para los nuevos usuarios.

Todo puede parecer un poco lento al principio, como con todas las buenas cosas, la paciencia es clave.

¿Te interesan contactos con personas en otro idioma?
#newhere #neuhier #nouveauici #nouvelleici

La experiencia está en tus manos .. adelante! =D


Puedes conseguir este texto con el formato markdown para copiarlo y usarlo en tus bienvenidas a los nuevos usuarios hispanohablantes aqui.

Thanks to @Pravik Singh and @mʕ•ﻌ•ʔm RequeteChe CC0-NC for the original message.
 
@Oliver Zet:
Das sehe ich beispielsweise als riesen Nachteil, denn das Profil das bei #Diaspora* angezeigt wird ist extrem reduziert und unterschlägt jede Menge Informationen. Beispielsweise werden weder die Kategorien, noch die Schlagwortwolke und auch nicht das Archiv von Friendica angezeigt. Es fehlt quasi die Hälfte dessen, was ein Profil bei Friendica ausmacht.
Jain, bei Diaspora ist das Problem dahingehend vor allen die Federierung von Profilinformationen und Beiträgen. Das etwas das in der Software von Diaspora gar nicht vorgesehen ist nicht angezeigt wird kann Diaspora recht wenig. Es gibt bei Diaspora durchaus nicht wenige die z. B. beim Profil bevorzugen würden das dort neben dem Profilnamen und den Profiltags (die nicht verpflichtend sind) nur ein großes Freifeld ist in dem jeder beschreiben kann wie er will. Und das ist so lange man User nicht nach Feldern einordnen bzw. evtl. auch suchen will ein sehr guter Ansatz.
Das stimmt, da könnte man bei #Friendica noch einiges an Streamlining betreiben, wobei das #Frio Theme schon einen relativ guten Job macht und im Vergleich zu #Hubzilla kann man Friendica auch out of the Box nutzen ohne Einstellungen vornehmen zu müssen oder Addons zu installieren.
Das muss ich mir evtl. noch mal genauer anschauen, mein letzter Friendica Versuch ist auch schon wieder gut ein Jahr her. Am besten wäre etwas wie 'User skill level' in Verbindung mit einer guten Vorkonfiguration.
 
@Ravenbird

Ravenbird hat geschrieben:
Bei Diaspora ist zum einen alles aus einer Hand, ich muss nur um mir das Profil eines Accounts auf einen anderen Server nicht erst die Profilseite auf dem anderen Server anschauen...
Das sehe ich beispielsweise als riesen Nachteil, denn das Profil das bei #Diaspora* angezeigt wird ist extrem reduziert und unterschlägt jede Menge Informationen. Beispielsweise werden weder die Kategorien, noch die Schlagwortwolke und auch nicht das Archiv von Friendica angezeigt. Es fehlt quasi die Hälfte dessen, was ein Profil bei Friendica ausmacht.

Ravenbird hat geschrieben:
ich fühle mich bei Friendica & Co. dafür oft erschlagen.
Das stimmt, da könnte man bei #Friendica noch einiges an Streamlining betreiben, wobei das #Frio Theme schon einen relativ guten Job macht und im Vergleich zu #Hubzilla kann man Friendica auch out of the Box nutzen ohne Einstellungen vornehmen zu müssen oder Addons zu installieren.

@Ulf Rompe
Ulf Rompe hat geschrieben:
So ergibt es wenig Sinn, Diaspora-Kommentare zu liken oder zu disliken, weil man das dort ja nicht sehen kann
Das ist nur teilweise richtig. Likes von Friendica kommen durchaus bei Diaspora* an. Das funktioniert problemlos. Dislikes sind bei D* nur einfach nicht vorgesehen und werden deshalb ignoriert.
 

Hey, hier ist ja alles anders


Hey, hier ist ja alles anders


Dieser Gedanke mag so manchem durch den Kopf gehen, wenn er frisch zu Hubzilla stößt. Ganz klar, man vergleicht ein neues Soziales Netzwerk selbstverständlich mit dem, was man gewohnt ist… von wo man wech kommt. Da Google+ nun bald die Türe endgültig zuschmettert, kommen viele von dieser Plattform, auf der
#hubzilla #neuhier
 
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G+ style Multi-Column Streams in diaspora, Tumblr, Mastodon, Hubzilla, Friendica, YouMe, and MeWe.

I’ve put together CSS styles which provide multi-column Streams in various social media platforms. This has a huge effect on browsing speed. To use them, you:

1) Download Stylus plugin (Chrome, Firefox or Opera): https://add0n.com/stylus.html

2) Install desired Multi-Column style from here: https://userstyles.org/users/773238

3) Modify the domain it acts on if you're using a different pod

Enjoy!

= = = = = ADDITIONAL NOTES = = = = =

diaspora is the most refined, with a lot of extra features like multicolumn comments, autoexpand all posts, font size customization, and other UI enhancements

Tumblr is also solid; it keeps the standard width of Tumblr posts and is responsive to width (2 or 3 columns)

Mastodon is maybe 95% good, depending on how you prefer to use Mastodon.

Hubzilla is maybe 80% good. Because of the right sidebar, this is limited to two columns by default.

Friendica is maybe 60% good. There's some sort of vertical scrolling bug when the left sidebar is too tall. If the left sidebar is short enough to fit on screen, all is good. But if the left sidebar is too tall, then scrolling gets stuck when you're too near the bottom of the content.

YouMe is maybe 40% good. It works, but it also affects single post view. And YouMe itself is really buggy right now (it only just launched). But the good news is that my userstyle can be used to produce single column (it's normally 2 column, which not everybody likes).

MeWe is maybe 50% good. As with Hubzilla, the right sidebar limits available space. So, it only provides 2 columns by default. And due to the complexity of MeWe, it only applies to the home and Groups pages - so, only single column view if you go to a single group. But as far as I've noticed, it's not buggy.

Of these platforms, the only ones I use significantly are diaspora, Tumblr, and Mastodon. Those will be the best supported, naturally.

#diaspora #tumblr #mastodon #hubzilla #friendica #youme #mewe #pluspora #tips #tip #diasporatips

(Putting them all here in one convenient place.)
 
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I have been experimenting again
This is my animated interpretation of the Fediverse.
As far as I could ascertain the logos are in keeping with open source software and can be shared but if this is not the case with any network please let me know and I can put a neutral image in its place.

Certain things may be incorrect, after all I’m only a new boy here so this animation can be modified, the hard work has been done and this is just the first attempt.

All my animations can be downloaded and used in any way you like

#mastodon #pleroma #peertube #diaspora #pluspora #friendica #hubzilla #writefreely #misskey #pixelfed #plume #gnusocial #socialhome #ganggo #mywork #gif #animation #3d
 
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G+ style Multi-Column Streams in pluspora, Mastodon, Hubzilla, and Tumblr


I've put together CSS styles which provide multi-column Streams in various social media platforms. This has a huge effect on browsing speed. To use them, you:

1) Download Stylus plugin (Chrome, Firefox or Opera): https://add0n.com/stylus.html

2) Install desired Multi-Column style from here: https://userstyles.org/users/773238

Enjoy!

#diaspora #mastodon #hubzilla #tumblr #pluspora #tips #tip #diasporatips

(Putting them all here in one convenient place.)
 
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G+ style Multi-Column Streams in pluspora, Mastodon, Hubzilla, and Tumblr


I've put together CSS styles which provide multi-column Streams in various social media platforms. This has a huge effect on browsing speed. To use them, you:

1) Download Stylus plugin (Chrome, Firefox or Opera): https://add0n.com/stylus.html

2) Install desired Multi-Column style from here: https://userstyles.org/users/773238

Enjoy!

#diaspora #mastodon #hubzilla #tumblr #pluspora #tips #tip #diasporatips

(Putting them all here in one convenient place.)
 

My Thoughts...One Month Later,,,


After one month of test driving two pods of #Diaspora while also creating accounts on #Hubzilla, #Mastodon, #Friendica and #Pixelfed I thought I would organize my initial impressions here in a post. I consider myself a relatively intelligent, well rounded individual who despite being a pre-med college dropout , I have always prided myself on having an open mind to other forms of education and being a self-study, quick learner of new processes, etc., That said, however, I am not of the generation or formal education of computer programming, coding or software developing. My recent experience on the federated social media sites has reminded me of this great handicap.
Here is a brief synopsis of my experience with Hubzilla and Mastodon, and is from a perspective entirely my own and not intended to sway any minds in either direction, towards nor against these platforms. I fully understand each person has a different knowledge base of computing terms and different levels of experience with social media as a whole and will/may have an entirely different impression based on their level of understanding and intentions of use. I will review the other platforms in subsequent posts.

* Hubzilla- Being a long time user of Google +, I really enjoy the display layout of this platform. I like a main menu dropdown with many selections of various functions to choose from, most with familiar icons despite the difference in terminology. I also enjoy the customized nature of this platform, particularly catered to those who enjoy writing, blogging, micro-blogging, etc., It enables you to implement codes to 'decorate' your page as you would like. This, of course , is where they lose me. But still a nice feature indeed, providing you understand how to do that.
The Downfall: For several hours, I was not able to logon to my account despite using the correct username and password. The logon page indicated it was incorrect and the function to "reset" via an email with instructions, failed to work. No email was ever received despite multiple requests to 'resend email'. This forced me to have to create an entirely new account using a different name and different email, setting it up all over again. Requests for assistance to the admin went ignored or unreceived. Looking at the local feed was nothing but programmers talking 'in code' with their programming lingo,,, leaving me with that same old isolated feeling being lost and invisible. As a whole, so far, this platform is more complicated than it needs to be. The display design is comfortable yet the more I click on things to learn what they do or how it's organized, the more sensory overload and frustrated I became. Leaning towards scrapping this soon.
  • Mastodon- If there was a way I could relocate all the wonderful friends of google and diaspora pods to here, I would. I like the control of seeing up to four columns of feed simultaneously or just one column, depending on my intended activity for the session. What I liked about this platform is the different colored themes, the easy access to posting (called 'toots'), and the fact that you can post text, photo file types, gifs and videos with no problems or limitations. There is a 500 character limit on text. This is fine with me. It utilizes hashtags, etc., The menu icons are easy to understand, as are the ability to edit preferences. There are frustrating aspects, however, like searching for people/content is way more complex than it needs to be. Searching a #art, for example brings you a result column of 4 lines and a graph symbol, each one indicating "0 people are talking" with a spike or flatline image in the graph...wtf?
    Replies and "favoring" a status, (the posted toot) are not displayed without 'expanding the status'. In many ways, this is a Twitter type layout but with extra columns.. Finally, in understanding that these platforms are created and maintained entirely on donations and out of pocket expenses of the creators and users, I still don't like the feed being spammed with requests for money to do so. There must be a better way to promote the request for funds, like on the main signup page or a link connected to profiles? The frequent toots of asking for money to maintain the server reminds me of growing up Catholic; trying to connect to my spiritual side in the middle of Mass with the collection basket being passed in front of me. NOT COOL
TO BE CONTINUED..
#myreviews #justmyhumbleopinion #Pluspora #socialmediamadness #federation #fedeverse #gplusrefugees #googleplus
 

Das Social Web außerhalb der umzÀunten GÀrten

Eine großartige Übersichtstafel, die allerdings noch die Mithilfe aller benötigt, um auch wirklich alles korrekt auszuweisen:

(english/deutsch)
Help wanted / Bitte um Hilfe

(english) I try to create an overview of the features of the different federated platforms and which communication protocols they are capable of. Or add another platform (with sources) that can "speak" the communication protocol that is mentioned on the sheet. Once it's finished it will be available for everybody. https://github.com/hoergen/besser-der-podcast/tree/master/fediverse

(deutsch) Ich versuche eine Übersicht von Featuren der verschiedenen föderierten Plattformen zund deren verfügbare Kommunikationsprotokolle zu erstellen. Oder fügt eine Plattform (mit Quellen) hinzu, die hier nicht aufgeführt ist, die die entsprechenden Kommunikationsprotokolle "spricht". Wenn es dann fertig ist, stelle ich es natürlich allen zur Verfügung. https://github.com/hoergen/besser-der-podcast/tree/master/fediverse

Please comment like (use the green fields) / Bitte folgendermaßen kommentieren (die grünen Felder benutzen)
Etherpad: https://yourpart.eu/p/federateit

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#help #hilfe #federation #fediverse #friendica #mastodon #pleroma #socialhome #ganggo #Misskey #Gnusocial #Funkwhale #Peertube #pixelfed #hubzilla #Osada #Mediagobblin #nextcloud #plume #postactiv #prismo #wordpress #WriteFreely #Statusnet #Diaspora
 

Anzeige ist wieder hoch von 6 auf ΓΌber 3000 Knoten

Momentan kennt dieser Knoten 3335 Knoten mit insgesamt 2316054 registrierten Nutzern, die die folgenden Plattformen verwenden:

#Friendica (305/13731)
#diaspora (265/660445)
#red (9/100)
#hubzilla (205/5013)
#GNU Social (137/10561)
#StatusNet (7/38)
#Mastodon (2056/1620698)
#pleroma (346/4485)
#socialhome (3/813)
#ganggo (2/170)
Nordring, 40724 Mettmann, Deutschland 
Diese Zahlen präsentieren dem Teil des föderalen sozialen Netzwerks, mit dem dein Friendica Knoten in irgendeiner Weise in Kontakt steht.

Momentan kennt dieser Knoten 4.275 Knoten mit insgesamt 2.634.853 registrierten Nutzern, die die folgenden Plattformen verwenden:

#Friendica (371/14353)
#diaspora (305/677414)
#red (8/92)
#hubzilla (264/7471)
#GNUSocial (141/4497)
#StatusNet (9/82)
#Mastodon (2722/1910499)
#Pleroma (450/19317)
#socialhome (3/906)
#ganggo (2/222)

#federation #fediverse #WeAreFamily
McMurdo 
Friendica Federation/Fediverse Statistic

Momentan kennt dieser Knoten 4.226 Knoten mit insgesamt 2.558.623 registrierten Nutzern, die die folgenden Plattformen verwenden:

#Friendica (375/14255)
#diaspora (305/672293)
#red (8/92)
#hubzilla (255/6495)
#GNU Social (142/13119)
#StatusNet (9/81)
#Mastodon (2704/1829557)
#Pleroma (421/21609)
#socialhome (4/906)
#ganggo (3/216)

#Federation #Statistic #Fediverse #WeAreFamily #JoinFediverse
Tehran 

Kurze Auswertung meines Tests zu Thema Weitersagen eines Friendicaposts von heute


Weil ich hier besser vernetzt bin und ich denke, es interessiert euch, auf diesem Konto

Originalartikel: https://squeet.me/display/962c3e10-645c-46f7-2106-567541109860

5,5 Stunden nach dem Originalpost schreibe ich einen Kommentar, dass das Weitersagen beendet werden kann

7 Stunden nachdem Originalpost zähle ich Kopien und Kommentare

auf der Diasporakopie in meinem Account wird angezeigt, dass der Artikel 7x weitergesagt wurde, davon von einem Nutzer der dem friendicaaccount folgt.

Durch Rückmeldungen und Kontrolle im Diasporaaccount tatsächlich gefundene Kopien 10, einen Teil der Kopien fand ich nur durch den Kommentar der Nutzer, die weitergesagt haben. Einen Teil nur durch die Anzeige im Diasporakonto, von anderen weiß ich vielleicht nichts.

16 Kommentare auf Kopien (meine eigenen nicht mitgezählt) davon 2 Kommentare von Nutzern, die auf dem Orignalbeitrag nicht hätten kommentieren können.

Kommentare / Likes von 17 verschiedenen Nutzern auf dem Originalbeitrag und nur das hätte ich ohne lange Erklärung mitbekommen

Herzlichen Dank an alle, die mitgemacht haben!

Artikel über das, was ich gelernt hab und bessere Kommunikation zwischen den Systemen dann demnächst. Aber die Ultrakurzfassung: ein Friendica- oder Hubzillanutzer kriegt von den weitergesagten Fassungen seiner Posts und den Kommentaren dazu nichts, gar nichts automatisch mit.

#Danke
 
hmm, ich glaube, ich verstehe so langsa, wie die kategorien bei hubzilla funktionieren. offenbar nicht so, wie ich sie zu benutztn versuche ...

#hubzilla #fediverse
 
Vielleicht kann hier ja auch !Friendica Support helfen?

Mal eine Frage zu #Hubzilla.


Weiß hier zufällig jemand, wie ich in einem Beitrag in Hubzilla einen Link der waybackmachine lege?
Hubzille macht selbständig aus einer URL einen Link.
Das Problem, dass Links in der waybackmachine z.b. so aussehen:

http://blog.rursus.de/2016/01/eiskalt-gelogen-dr-martina-poetschke-langer/" target="_blank">https://web.archive.org/web/20160926040207/http://blog.rursus.de/2016/01/eiskalt-gelogen-dr-martina-poetschke-langer/

uh - jetzt bin ich gespannt, wie Diaspora* damit zurecht kommt.
Es geht also darum, dass in der Mitte der URL noch ein Übertragungsprotokoll enthalten ist.
Bei Hubzilla wird dann davor der Link beendet und ein weiterer Link angelegt. Das Ergebnis ist ein wilder Salat.
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Matrix 
A guide that I'm preparing for GPlussers that haven't decided yet. In case a former GPlusser wants to use it I post it here first before bringing it to G+.

Guide for GPlus refugees to choose a new social network in the Fediverse


Time is running out for GPlus refugees. G+ will close in April and it's API's will probably sunset by the end of this month (January). So to help people that haven't decided yet where to go in the Fediverse I made some pointers. I divided this guide in a number of sections. Each section describes a certain use of social networks and which networks are most suitable for this specific use. Combine this with your preferred use of a social network and you should be able make a decision.

Micro- or macroblog.


In general a macroblogger writes longer posts with longer intermittent periods while a microblogger writes short bursts on a daily basis. Microblog networks typically have a maximum post length of hundreds of characters. The macroblogger can choose between Diaspora***, **Socialhome, Friendica, Hubzilla and Osada. The microblogger can choose between Mastodon, Pleroma, Misskey or GNU Social.

Mobile.


If mobile is important it's good to know that some social network are supported by multiple mobile apps while others (mostly the newer social network) current don't have a mobile app. I believe that Mastodon is best supported with multiple mobile apps. Diaspora***, **Friendica, GNU Social and Pleroma have at least one mobile app. As far as I know Socialhome, Osada and Hubzilla lack a mobile app.

Support for Diaspora* protocol


If it's important to connect with friends on Diaspora* it's good to know that currently not all social networks in the Fediverse enable you to do that. Socialhome is based on the Diaspora* protocol while Friendica supports it. Friendica is the only social network that's able to connect with (I believe) all social networks of the Fediverse. Now that I mentioned Socialhome, it has a similar grid layout that G+ has and might therefore appeal to GPlus refugees.

Photo/Video.


If photo's are very important to you (think Instagram) Pixelfed is designed with photo sharing in mind. The same can be said about PeerTube for video.

Sharing/casting.


If your interested in sharing more than discussing or having a conversation you either need to choose for a social network with the largest number of users or a social network that can connect with all other networks. The best choice for that is either Mastodon or for the latter Friendica or perhaps Pleroma or Hubzilla.

Discover/be inspired.


If you want to discover what's going on in the Fediverse you'll either want to choose Mastodon because of it's size or a network that connects with most other social networks. I believe that in the latter case Friendica is the best choice but if you're less interested in the Diaspora* side of things you can also choose Hubzilla, Osada or Pleroma.

Shared interest.


G+ was the shared interest network and that gap is hard to fill. Nevertheless there are options. Mastodon has servers that are for people interested in specific topics like art (mastodon.art), open source (Fosstodon), Linux (linuxrocks.online), technology (mastodon.technology)) or science (scholar.social). Diaspora*** takes a different approach where contacts can be ordered in aspects. By default the aspects are Family, Friends, Acquaintances and Work (social circles) but special interests aspects such as Science op OpenSource can very well be added. The groups in **Friendica have a similar working.

Private message.


Social networks such as Mastodon, Diaspora*, Friendica and can be used for private messages but keep in mind that if you're on Diaspora* you can't send a private message to someone on Mastodon vice versa.

Connect with G+ friends.


G+ users went everywhere but the're some likely places where you can meet old G+ friends. The most prominent is likely the Diaspora* instance (=server) Pluspora. As the name indicates Pluspora is especially created for G+ refugees so there's a good chance you'll find friends over there. It may be good to point out that Pluspora is part of the Diaspora* network. I've also seen some of my old G+ friends surfacing on either Mastodon or on **Diaspora***.

There is no denying that G+ filled a gap in the market of social media networks. G+ was a shared interest network where the user could follow multiple persons on collections or I could join a community around a specific interest. This gap isn't easy to fill by any social media network. Now my last tip is this. Take your time to look around in your new network, don’t expect it to be like G+ but keep an open mind and judge it on it’s own merits. After some time you’ll discover that this new social network has it’s own qualities that you start to care about and love.

#Fediverse #Gplusrefugee #Diaspora #Friendica #Hubzilla #Osada #Misskey #Pleroma #Mastodon #Pixelfed #GNUSocial #Socialhome #Peertube
 
A guide that I'm preparing for GPlussers that haven't decided yet. In case a former GPlusser wants to use it I post it here first before bringing it to G+.

Guide for GPlus refugees to choose a new social network in the Fediverse


Time is running out for GPlus refugees. G+ will close in April and it's API's will probably sunset by the end of this month (January). So to help people that haven't decided yet where to go in the Fediverse I made some pointers. I divided this guide in a number of sections. Each section describes a certain use of social networks and which networks are most suitable for this specific use. Combine this with your preferred use of a social network and you should be able make a decision.

Micro- or macroblog.


In general a macroblogger writes longer posts with longer intermittent periods while a microblogger writes short bursts on a daily basis. Microblog networks typically have a maximum post length of hundreds of characters. The macroblogger can choose between Diaspora***, **Socialhome, Friendica, Hubzilla and Osada. The microblogger can choose between Mastodon, Pleroma, Misskey or GNU Social.

Mobile.


If mobile is important it's good to know that some social network are supported by multiple mobile apps while others (mostly the newer social network) current don't have a mobile app. I believe that Mastodon is best supported with multiple mobile apps. Diaspora***, **Friendica, GNU Social and Pleroma have at least one mobile app. As far as I know Socialhome, Osada and Hubzilla lack a mobile app.

Support for Diaspora* protocol


If it's important to connect with friends on Diaspora* it's good to know that currently not all social networks in the Fediverse enable you to do that. Socialhome is based on the Diaspora* protocol while Friendica supports it. Friendica is the only social network that's able to connect with (I believe) all social networks of the Fediverse. Now that I mentioned Socialhome, it has a similar grid layout that G+ has and might therefore appeal to GPlus refugees.

Photo/Video.


If photo's are very important to you (think Instagram) Pixelfed is designed with photo sharing in mind. The same can be said about PeerTube for video.

Sharing/casting.


If your interested in sharing more than discussing or having a conversation you either need to choose for a social network with the largest number of users or a social network that can connect with all other networks. The best choice for that is either Mastodon or for the latter Friendica or perhaps Pleroma or Hubzilla.

Discover/be inspired.


If you want to discover what's going on in the Fediverse you'll either want to choose Mastodon because of it's size or a network that connects with most other social networks. I believe that in the latter case Friendica is the best choice but if you're less interested in the Diaspora* side of things you can also choose Hubzilla, Osada or Pleroma.

Shared interest.


G+ was the shared interest network and that gap is hard to fill. Nevertheless there are options. Mastodon has servers that are for people interested in specific topics like art (mastodon.art), open source (Fosstodon), Linux (linuxrocks.online), technology (mastodon.technology)) or science (scholar.social). Diaspora*** takes a different approach where contacts can be ordered in aspects. By default the aspects are Family, Friends, Acquaintances and Work (social circles) but special interests aspects such as Science op OpenSource can very well be added. The groups in **Friendica have a similar working.

Private message.


Social networks such as Mastodon, Diaspora*, Friendica and can be used for private messages but keep in mind that if you're on Diaspora* you can't send a private message to someone on Mastodon vice versa.

Connect with G+ friends.


G+ users went everywhere but the're some likely places where you can meet old G+ friends. The most prominent is likely the Diaspora* instance (=server) Pluspora. As the name indicates Pluspora is especially created for G+ refugees so there's a good chance you'll find friends over there. It may be good to point out that Pluspora is part of the Diaspora* network. I've also seen some of my old G+ friends surfacing on either Mastodon or on **Diaspora***.

There is no denying that G+ filled a gap in the market of social media networks. G+ was a shared interest network where the user could follow multiple persons on collections or I could join a community around a specific interest. This gap isn't easy to fill by any social media network. Now my last tip is this. Take your time to look around in your new network, don’t expect it to be like G+ but keep an open mind and judge it on it’s own merits. After some time you’ll discover that this new social network has it’s own qualities that you start to care about and love.

#Fediverse #Gplusrefugee #Diaspora #Friendica #Hubzilla #Osada #Misskey #Pleroma #Mastodon #Pixelfed #GNUSocial #Socialhome #Peertube
 
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Momentan kennt dieser Knoten 4.264 Knoten mit insgesamt 2.785.402 registrierten Nutzern, die die folgenden Plattformen verwenden:

#Friendica (369/13.991)
#diaspora (299/616.294)
#red (9/101)
#hubzilla (263/6.767)
#GNUSocial (149/2.010)
#StatusNet (9/82)
#Mastodon (2.724/2.122.790)
#Pleroma (436/22.275)
#socialhome (3/880)
#ganggo (3/212)
 
Momentan kennt dieser Friendica Knoten (https://horche.demkontinuum.de) 4.118 Server mit insgesamt 2.719.929 registrierten Accounts, die die folgenden Plattformen verwenden:

Network (Server/Accounts)
#Friendica (364/13.742)
#diaspora (284/664.854)
#red (9/101)
#hubzilla (249/6.256)
#GNUSocial (152/4.051)
#StatusNet (9/81)
#Mastodon (2.660/2.025.108)
#Pleroma (386/499)
#socialhome (3/850)
#ganggo (2/187)

#Fediverse #Federation
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Can't read comments from Hubzilla

!Friendica Support

I was reading this post https://squeet.me/display/adb58850f9b901363d0c005056264835 yesterday and noted that I couldn't read the comments made by a Hubzilla user (giavec@zotum.net). A friend here told me he could read it from his Libranet.de account so I was wondering if this a problem on the squeet.me server.

#Friendica #Hubzilla #problem
 
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