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@Andrew Pam @Joseph Teller and other #podmins

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#spam #diaspora
 
@Andrew Pam @Joseph Teller and other #podmins

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@Andrew Pam @Joseph Teller and other #podmins

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#spam #diaspora
 
@Ravenbird 😷
Ja eines der Probleme der Federation.
Der Federation? Ich sehe hier bisher ausschließlich User von #Diaspora, die sich untereinander austauschen.
 
@ravenbird
Nach meiner Einschätzung ist die fehlende Implementierung von #ActivityPub der Sargnagel für #Diaspora - es blutet langsam aus. Ich finde das sehr schade.

Tja, kann man nix machen. Ein Wechsel ist folgerichtig.
 

Info | It's time to say goodbye


Nein ich werde das Fediverse nicht verlassen, sondern Diaspora. Das Ziel heißt Friendica. Zwar hat Diaspora für mich was das Design und auch die Geschwindigkeit betrifft noch ein wenig mehr zu bieten als Friendica, aber eben nicht mehr so viel das es mich hier hält, zumal die Entwicklung bei Friendica recht flott und bei Diaspora sehr langsam ist. Dazu kommt bei Diaspora die fehlende Unterstützung für ActivityPub und auch die Ablehnung dieses Protokolls durch die Entwickler. Mein neuer bzw. schon eine Weile existierender Friendica-Account ist:

@ravenbird

Natürlich wünsche ich auch der Plattform Diaspora weiterhin alles erdenklich Gute und das es voran geht. Aber momentan sehe ich für mich persönlich auf Grund der langsamen Entwicklung und der fehlenden Unterstützung von ActivityPub keinen Grund mehr für Diaspora. Glücklicherweise kann aber ja Friendica auch mit Diaspora kommunizieren, so das man in Kontakt bleiben kann.

Diesen Account werde ich sowohl um noch offene Diskussionen zu beenden als auch um bestehende Inhalte nicht zu entsorgen so lange es der Podmin @Benjamin Neff 🌟 zulässt offen lassen. Ich möchte Benjamin an dieser Stelle auch Danke sagen das ich so lange hier sein durfte. Den den Pod den er hier betreibt kann ich wirklich nur uneingeschränkt empfehlen. :-)

Tags: #Info #Diaspora #Friendica #Umzug #time-to-say-goodbye #Ravenbird #2021-07-09
 

Meinung | Manchmal hat es auch Vorteile wenn man mal wieder richtig in die Scheiße gegriffen hat


Eben habe ich bei einen anderen Beitrag einen Kommentar von @Freigeist 👻 gelöscht weil er nichts mit dem Thema zu tun hatte und auch sonst gequirlter Mist war. Nun auf jeden Fall bin ich dann noch mal auf das Profil um Freigeist zu blockieren. Im Profil bin ich dann aber in den Beiträgen und in den von Freigeist weitergesagten Beiträgen auf allerlei Dreck gestoßen. Das hat mir dann sehr geholfen einiges an anderen Accounts zu identifizieren von denen ich nie etwas zu tun haben will und sie auf die Ignoreliste zu setzen. So hatte mein Besuch beim Profil von Freigeist doch noch sein Gutes. :-)

Tags: #Meinung #Freigeist #Diaspora #Coronaleugner #Impfkritiker #rechts #Schlangengrube #Gequirlter-Mist #Ignoreliste #samor #2021-07-08
 

Meinung | Manchmal hat es auch Vorteile wenn man mal wieder richtig in die Scheiße gegriffen hat


Eben habe ich bei einen anderen Beitrag einen Kommentar von @Freigeist 👻 gelöscht weil er nichts mit dem Thema zu tun hatte und auch sonst gequirlter Mist war. Nun auf jeden Fall bin ich dann noch mal auf das Profil um Freigeist zu blockieren. Im Profil bin ich dann aber in den Beiträgen und in den von Freigeist weitergesagten Beiträgen auf allerlei Dreck gestoßen. Das hat mir dann sehr geholfen einiges an anderen Accounts zu identifizieren von denen ich nie etwas zu tun haben will und sie auf die Ignoreliste zu setzen. So hatte mein Besuch beim Profil von Freigeist doch noch sein Gutes. :-)

Tags: #Meinung #Freigeist #Diaspora #Coronaleugner #Impfkritiker #rechts #Schlangengrube #Gequirlter-Mist #Ignoreliste #samor #2021-07-08
 
Hey everyone, I’m #newhere. I’ve been using #diaspora off and on since its creation, and since I’ve dumped #facebook and #twitter, I’m back… again . Interested in#fashion #nature #relationshios #hookup
 
Hey everyone, I’m #newhere. I’ve been using #diaspora off and on since its creation, and since I’ve dumped #facebook and #twitter, I’m back… again . Interested in#fashion #nature #relationshios #hookup
 
Hey everyone, I’m #newhere. I’ve been using #diaspora off and on since its creation, and since I’ve dumped #facebook and #twitter, I’m back… again.

I’m into #videogames, #punk, #sci-fi, #horror, and #philosophy among other things.
 
Hey everyone, I’m #newhere. I’ve been using #diaspora off and on since its creation, and since I’ve dumped #facebook and #twitter, I’m back… again.

I’m into #videogames, #punk, #sci-fi, #horror, and #philosophy among other things.
 
#Tips und Tricks

Heute: Bilder in Kommentaren einfügen


Bilder in Kommentaren gehen per Link zu einem Bild. Aber dazu muss erst ein Bild irgendwo hochgeladen werden.
Man kann #diaspora dazu nutzen.
  • Lege dazu einen Aspekt an, dem keine Benutzer zugewiesene werden. (ein 'privater') Aspekt also. Benenne diesen zB "Bilder".
  • Erstelle einen Post mit dem Aspekt "Bilder"
  • Ziehe -Achtung-per Drag&Drop (!) ein Bild in den Post hinein
  • Nutze nun dieses hochgeladene Bild in deinen Kommentar (Rechte Maustaste auf das Bild: "Link kopieren" wählen
Da dem Aspekt kein Benutzer zugewiesen wurde, taucht der in den Streams nicht auf, aber in dem Kommentar ist das Bild verfügbar.
 
#Tips und Tricks

Heute: Bilder in Kommentaren einfügen


Bilder in Kommentaren gehen per Link zu einem Bild. Aber dazu muss erst ein Bild irgendwo hochgeladen werden.
Man kann #diaspora dazu nutzen.
  • Lege dazu einen Aspekt an, dem keine Benutzer zugewiesene werden. (ein 'privater') Aspekt also. Benenne diesen zB "Bilder".
  • Erstelle einen Post mit dem Aspekt "Bilder"
  • Ziehe -Achtung-per Drag&Drop (!) ein Bild in den Post hinein
  • Nutze nun dieses hochgeladene Bild in deinen Kommentar (Rechte Maustaste auf das Bild: "Link kopieren" wählen
Da dem Aspekt kein Benutzer zugewiesen wurde, taucht der in den Streams nicht auf, aber in dem Kommentar ist das Bild verfügbar.
 

Diaspora native debian package in main is ready for wider tests.


We have been working on a diaspora package suitable for inclusion in Debian's main section for many years. A package in main should not depend on anything outside main to build or run. So we had to package all rubygems and rebuild all JavaScript libraries from their original source which involved packaging many nodejs build tools including grunt, gulp, babel, npm, yarn, webpack, rollup, typescript ...

We currently have a diaspora-installer in contrib section which downloads ruby dependencies from rubygems.org during installation and configures database, web server and TLS certificate with a few interactive questions.

I was able to get it working on buster-backports earlier but bullseye (Debian 11) moved to rails 6 and diaspora is not yet updated to work with rails 6. Finally I embedded rails 5 in diaspora and uploaded it to experimental.

I'd welcome more testing before I can recommend this to users.

See https://wiki.debian.org/Diaspora#Experimental for installing this version.

Currently libjs-autosize version in bullseye is broken and you need to manually install the version in buster as mentioned there. Help in fixing this bug is welcome (basically we need to find the correct babel 7 option to generate the same file that babel 6 generates).

#diaspora #debian-diaspora #debian
 

Diaspora native debian package in main is ready for wider tests.


We have been working on a diaspora package suitable for inclusion in Debian's main section for many years. A package in main should not depend on anything outside main to build or run. So we had to package all rubygems and rebuild all JavaScript libraries from their original source which involved packaging many nodejs build tools including grunt, gulp, babel, npm, yarn, webpack, rollup, typescript ...

We currently have a diaspora-installer in contrib section which downloads ruby dependencies from rubygems.org during installation and configures database, web server and TLS certificate with a few interactive questions.

I was able to get it working on buster-backports earlier but bullseye (Debian 11) moved to rails 6 and diaspora is not yet updated to work with rails 6. Finally I embedded rails 5 in diaspora and uploaded it to experimental.

I'd welcome more testing before I can recommend this to users.

See https://wiki.debian.org/Diaspora#Experimental for installing this version.

Currently libjs-autosize version in bullseye is broken and you need to manually install the version in buster as mentioned there. Help in fixing this bug is welcome (basically we need to find the correct babel 7 option to generate the same file that babel 6 generates).

#diaspora #debian-diaspora #debian
 

Diaspora native debian package in main is ready for wider tests.


We have been working on a diaspora package suitable for inclusion in Debian's main section for many years. A package in main should not depend on anything outside main to build or run. So we had to package all rubygems and rebuild all JavaScript libraries from their original source which involved packaging many nodejs build tools including grunt, gulp, babel, npm, yarn, webpack, rollup, typescript ...

We currently have a diaspora-installer in contrib section which downloads ruby dependencies from rubygems.org during installation and configures database, web server and TLS certificate with a few interactive questions.

I was able to get it working on buster-backports earlier but bullseye (Debian 11) moved to rails 6 and diaspora is not yet updated to work with rails 6. Finally I embedded rails 5 in diaspora and uploaded it to experimental.

I'd welcome more testing before I can recommend this to users.

See https://wiki.debian.org/Diaspora#Experimental for installing this version.

Currently libjs-autosize version in bullseye is broken and you need to manually install the version in buster as mentioned there. Help in fixing this bug is welcome (basically we need to find the correct babel 7 option to generate the same file that babel 6 generates).

#diaspora #debian-diaspora #debian
 
Among the changes planed for the next major version of diaspora* (0.8.0.0), there is the cleaning of the federation protocol. A huge work has been done by @Benjamin Neff 🌟 to improve the protocol during the past years. As always when you are changing things which allow software to communicate, and when those software are already used live on the internet, you need to go step by step. So, in diaspora* 0.6.0.0, the federation was able to understand both the old and the new type of messages, but was still sending the old one, as the pods which were running 0.5.x were not able to understand new messages. One year later, podmins all upgraded to 0.6.x and with 0.7.0.0, diaspora* started to send the new messages, but was still able to understand old messages (because that's what is sent by 0.6.x, remember). Now, with 0.8.0.0, no pods are still on 0.6.x so we can remove the handling of the old messages. That took time, but this is the finale step of that deep migration!

If you are curious, you can see the last commits merged on diaspora_federation, the ruby gem handling the federation protocol. It just reached exactly 1.000 commits since its creation!

Once again, a huge thank you to Benjamin, and everyone involved.

#diaspora0800 #diaspora-dev #diaspora
 
Among the changes planed for the next major version of diaspora* (0.8.0.0), there is the cleaning of the federation protocol. A huge work has been done by @Benjamin Neff 🌟 to improve the protocol during the past years. As always when you are changing things which allow software to communicate, and when those software are already used live on the internet, you need to go step by step. So, in diaspora* 0.6.0.0, the federation was able to understand both the old and the new type of messages, but was still sending the old one, as the pods which were running 0.5.x were not able to understand new messages. One year later, podmins all upgraded to 0.6.x and with 0.7.0.0, diaspora* started to send the new messages, but was still able to understand old messages (because that's what is sent by 0.6.x, remember). Now, with 0.8.0.0, no pods are still on 0.6.x so we can remove the handling of the old messages. That took time, but this is the finale step of that deep migration!

If you are curious, you can see the last commits merged on diaspora_federation, the ruby gem handling the federation protocol. It just reached exactly 1.000 commits since its creation!

Once again, a huge thank you to Benjamin, and everyone involved.

#diaspora0800 #diaspora-dev #diaspora
 
Among the changes planed for the next major version of diaspora* (0.8.0.0), there is the cleaning of the federation protocol. A huge work has been done by @Benjamin Neff 🌟 to improve the protocol during the past years. As always when you are changing things which allow software to communicate, and when those software are already used live on the internet, you need to go step by step. So, in diaspora* 0.6.0.0, the federation was able to understand both the old and the new type of messages, but was still sending the old one, as the pods which were running 0.5.x were not able to understand new messages. One year later, podmins all upgraded to 0.6.x and with 0.7.0.0, diaspora* started to send the new messages, but was still able to understand old messages (because that's what is sent by 0.6.x, remember). Now, with 0.8.0.0, no pods are still on 0.6.x so we can remove the handling of the old messages. That took time, but this is the finale step of that deep migration!

If you are curious, you can see the last commits merged on diaspora_federation, the ruby gem handling the federation protocol. It just reached exactly 1.000 commits since its creation!

Once again, a huge thank you to Benjamin, and everyone involved.

#diaspora0800 #diaspora-dev #diaspora
 

Welcome to the Fediverse!


Why do we call it by that name? A brief explanation can be found here. My favorite platform of the ones listed there is Diaspora, because of it’s short learning curve and simple, intuitive interface. In my opinion it’s the most ideal replacement for Farcebook with similar features, except for groups, but I’ll show you how I have created groups of my own right here on Diaspora.

Diaspora Takes Time to Become What You want it to Be.


That’s because you “build your own” experience here. Unlike Farcebook, #Diaspora will not suggest “people you may know” or “stuff you might like.” You tell it what you want to see and who you want to share with. If you are new around here, and especially if you don’t know anyone on Diaspora or elsewhere in the #Fediverse, you can follow #hashtags about subjects that interest you, and looking there, you’ll probably find some people you want to share with. You may also find people you’d rather ignore. Both adding new people and ignoring trolls are easy to do with just a couple of clicks.

Introduce Yourself!
Let your friends and potential friends know you’re here. Fill out a little bio and include an image. It doesn’t have to be your photograph of yourself, it can be anything you want. You can even make up a cool name to go by, like Joe McCool or something. There’s no need to use your real name here. In your #newhere or #Introduction post, share what hashtags you’re following, and be sure to include a few in your own description. Make sure your Intro is public!

Your friends, old and new, will help you.


For example, I might private message one of my friends to tip him or her off about a spammer, a bot, or a troll and advise my friend to use the Ignore feature to prevent them from commenting on your posts. Or I might suggest an awesome person to share with whose posts I think my friend will enjoy. Most importantly, since it takes time, give it time! You’re building it custom made, just for you.

Create your own Groups on Diaspora!


Some people do it simply by using hashtags. I do it using Aspects. From your personal page (reach it by clicking on your own picture if you’re viewing your Stream), look at your Aspects. You have a few to start with by default: Family, Friends, Work, and Acquaintances. But underneath that list you’ll find “Add an Aspect.” Give it whatever name you want. Dance Partners, Church friends, Trek Fans, Starwars fans, Alien Life Forms, whatever you like, as many as you like! You can put people you’re sharing with into one or more of those categories, then read and post to just that particular Aspect. That’s how I made my own groups. It works for me because I took the time to make it work.

Most of all, have fun! Make it your own, and celebrate your liberation from “Big Media!”
 
Das scheint mir ein Problem in den Tiefen von #Diaspora zu sein...
 
Auf #Instagram und #Facebook haben wir unsere Kanäle in #Mastodon und #Diaspora beworben – leider konnten wir dadurch niemanden motivieren, den Netzwerken eine Chance zu geben... Zumindest ist die Zahl unserer Follower hier nicht gestiegen :(

Tja, wir bleiben auf jeden Fall dran und trommeln weiter für digitalen #Wandel! :D

Was meint ihr, was könnten wir tun, um alternative Netzwerke zu pushen?

#Digitalisierung #Nachhaltigkeit
Bild/Foto
 
𝐓𝐰𝐢𝐭𝐭𝐞𝐫, 𝐌𝐚𝐬𝐭𝐨𝐝𝐨𝐧, 𝐃𝐢𝐚𝐬𝐩𝐨𝐫𝐚

Habe ein wenig herum experimentiert. Ich habe mit Abstand die meisten und vielfältigsten Interaktionen bei Twitter, dort will ich bleiben, aber auch #Mastodon und #Diaspora nutzen. Ich finde keine automatischen Weiterleitungen: Twitter→Mastodon, Twitter→Diaspora, Mastodon←→*. Es geht Diaspora→Twitter.

Oder irre ich mich?
 
Just increased the disk size for the #societas #diaspora pod.
It was set up just three months ago as a test/develop system but space was used in a high rate.
Now societas has enough space for the next month.
Ready to test the next major features, like user-migrations.
 
Just increased the disk size for the #societas #diaspora pod.
It was set up just three months ago as a test/develop system but space was used in a high rate.
Now societas has enough space for the next month.
Ready to test the next major features, like user-migrations.
 

Welcome to the Fediverse!


Why do we call it by that name? A brief explanation can be found here. My favorite platform of the ones listed there is Diaspora, because of it’s short learning curve and simple, intuitive interface. In my opinion it’s the most ideal replacement for Farcebook with similar features, except for groups, but I’ll show you how I have created groups of my own right here on Diaspora.

Diaspora Takes Time to Become What You want it to Be.


That’s because you “build your own” experience here. Unlike Farcebook, #Diaspora will not suggest “people you may know” or “stuff you might like.” You tell it what you want to see and who you want to share with. If you are new around here, and especially if you don’t know anyone on Diaspora or elsewhere in the #Fediverse, you can follow #hashtags about subjects that interest you, and looking there, you’ll probably find some people you want to share with. You may also find people you’d rather ignore. Both adding new people and ignoring trolls are easy to do with just a couple of clicks.

Introduce Yourself!
Let your friends and potential friends know you’re here. Fill out a little bio and include an image. It doesn’t have to be your photograph of yourself, it can be anything you want. You can even make up a cool name to go by, like Joe McCool or something. There’s no need to use your real name here. In your #newhere or #Introduction post, share what hashtags you’re following, and be sure to include a few in your own description. Make sure your Intro is public!

Your friends, old and new, will help you.


For example, I might private message one of my friends to tip him or her off about a spammer, a bot, or a troll and advise my friend to use the Ignore feature to prevent them from commenting on your posts. Or I might suggest an awesome person to share with whose posts I think my friend will enjoy. Most importantly, since it takes time, give it time! You’re building it custom made, just for you.

Create your own Groups on Diaspora!


Some people do it simply by using hashtags. I do it using Aspects. From your personal page (reach it by clicking on your own picture if you’re viewing your Stream), look at your Aspects. You have a few to start with by default: Family, Friends, Work, and Acquaintances. But underneath that list you’ll find “Add an Aspect.” Give it whatever name you want. Dance Partners, Church friends, Trek Fans, Starwars fans, Alien Life Forms, whatever you like, as many as you like! You can put people you’re sharing with into one or more of those categories, then read and post to just that particular Aspect. That’s how I made my own groups. It works for me because I took the time to make it work.

Most of all, have fun! Make it your own, and celebrate your liberation from “Big Media!”
 
Bild/Foto
Got some work done on the #jeep tonight, now it's back to my desk to keep poking at this thing. I have to say I like the overall layout, and format of Diaspora, if it all works as expected. I think once I get to discovering folks here, it should be a good time. #diaspora #newhere
 
Bild/Foto
Got some work done on the #jeep tonight, now it's back to my desk to keep poking at this thing. I have to say I like the overall layout, and format of Diaspora, if it all works as expected. I think once I get to discovering folks here, it should be a good time. #diaspora #newhere
 
So, as @Thorsten Claus motivated me again to contribute to #diaspora, here I am. And here is my TODO list...
- Review all the open pull requests and see which ones can be integrated
- Answer the support on #Framasphere
- Upgrade #framasphere to 0.7.15.0, I still didn't do that
- Update Ubuntu on #diaspora-fr
- Fix some trivial bugs to put myself back in diaspora code
- Draw some mockups of the UI for pod migration and post them on discourse
- Actually implement the mockups with HTML
- See with Thorsten how we make them live
- Start thinking about the next major release, in case they are long term things to do
- Post about what I'm doing to show people that diaspora\* isn't dead \o/

#diaspora-dev
 

Gedanken | Auffällig ruhig hier auf Diaspora


Seit Ihr etwa alles beim Fußball schauen oder auf Party? ;-D

Tags: #Gedanken #Diaspora #ruhig #Fußball #Party #Ravenbird #2021-06-11
 
So, as @Thorsten Claus motivated me again to contribute to #diaspora, here I am. And here is my TODO list...
- Review all the open pull requests and see which ones can be integrated
- Answer the support on #Framasphere
- Upgrade #framasphere to 0.7.15.0, I still didn't do that
- Update Ubuntu on #diaspora-fr
- Fix some trivial bugs to put myself back in diaspora code
- Draw some mockups of the UI for pod migration and post them on discourse
- Actually implement the mockups with HTML
- See with Thorsten how we make them live
- Start thinking about the next major release, in case they are long term things to do
- Post about what I'm doing to show people that diaspora\* isn't dead \o/

#diaspora-dev
 
So, as @Thorsten Claus motivated me again to contribute to #diaspora, here I am. And here is my TODO list...
- Review all the open pull requests and see which ones can be integrated
- Answer the support on #Framasphere
- Upgrade #framasphere to 0.7.15.0, I still didn't do that
- Update Ubuntu on #diaspora-fr
- Fix some trivial bugs to put myself back in diaspora code
- Draw some mockups of the UI for pod migration and post them on discourse
- Actually implement the mockups with HTML
- See with Thorsten how we make them live
- Start thinking about the next major release, in case they are long term things to do
- Post about what I'm doing to show people that diaspora\* isn't dead \o/

#diaspora-dev
 
So, as @Thorsten Claus motivated me again to contribute to #diaspora, here I am. And here is my TODO list...
- Review all the open pull requests and see which ones can be integrated
- Answer the support on #Framasphere
- Upgrade #framasphere to 0.7.15.0, I still didn't do that
- Update Ubuntu on #diaspora-fr
- Fix some trivial bugs to put myself back in diaspora code
- Draw some mockups of the UI for pod migration and post them on discourse
- Actually implement the mockups with HTML
- See with Thorsten how we make them live
- Start thinking about the next major release, in case they are long term things to do
- Post about what I'm doing to show people that diaspora\* isn't dead \o/

#diaspora-dev
 
So, as @Thorsten Claus motivated me again to contribute to #diaspora, here I am. And here is my TODO list...
- Review all the open pull requests and see which ones can be integrated
- Answer the support on #Framasphere
- Upgrade #framasphere to 0.7.15.0, I still didn't do that
- Update Ubuntu on #diaspora-fr
- Fix some trivial bugs to put myself back in diaspora code
- Draw some mockups of the UI for pod migration and post them on discourse
- Actually implement the mockups with HTML
- See with Thorsten how we make them live
- Start thinking about the next major release, in case they are long term things to do
- Post about what I'm doing to show people that diaspora\* isn't dead \o/

#diaspora-dev
 
So, I was not lying when saying that @Thorsten Claus was doing a lot of work on #diaspora recently. There are 12 open pull requests right now! I'm going to review some of those this evening.

#diaspora-dev
 
So, I was not lying when saying that @Thorsten Claus was doing a lot of work on #diaspora recently. There are 12 open pull requests right now! I'm going to review some of those this evening.

#diaspora-dev
 

Welcome to the Fediverse!


Why do we call it by that name? A brief explanation can be found here. My favorite platform of the ones listed there is Diaspora, because of it’s short learning curve and simple, intuitive interface. In my opinion it’s the most ideal replacement for Farcebook with similar features, except for groups, but I’ll show you how I have created groups of my own right here on Diaspora.

Diaspora Takes Time to Become What You want it to Be.


That’s because you “build your own” experience here. Unlike Farcebook, #Diaspora will not suggest “people you may know” or “stuff you might like.” You tell it what you want to see and who you want to share with. If you are new around here, and especially if you don’t know anyone on Diaspora or elsewhere in the #Fediverse, you can follow #hashtags about subjects that interest you, and looking there, you’ll probably find some people you want to share with. You may also find people you’d rather ignore. Both adding new people and ignoring trolls are easy to do with just a couple of clicks.

Introduce Yourself!
Let your friends and potential friends know you’re here. Fill out a little bio and include an image. It doesn’t have to be your photograph of yourself, it can be anything you want. You can even make up a cool name to go by, like Joe McCool or something. There’s no need to use your real name here. In your #newhere or #Introduction post, share what hashtags you’re following, and be sure to include a few in your own description. Make sure your Intro is public!

Your friends, old and new, will help you.


For example, I might private message one of my friends to tip him or her off about a spammer, a bot, or a troll and advise my friend to use the Ignore feature to prevent them from commenting on your posts. Or I might suggest an awesome person to share with whose posts I think my friend will enjoy. Most importantly, since it takes time, give it time! You’re building it custom made, just for you.

Create your own Groups on Diaspora!


Some people do it simply by using hashtags. I do it using Aspects. From your personal page (reach it by clicking on your own picture if you’re viewing your Stream), look at your Aspects. You have a few to start with by default: Family, Friends, Work, and Acquaintances. But underneath that list you’ll find “Add an Aspect.” Give it whatever name you want. Dance Partners, Church friends, Trek Fans, Starwars fans, Alien Life Forms, whatever you like, as many as you like! You can put people you’re sharing with into one or more of those categories, then read and post to just that particular Aspect. That’s how I made my own groups. It works for me because I took the time to make it work.

Most of all, have fun! Make it your own, and celebrate your liberation from “Big Media!”
 
I just wanted to thank @Thorsten Claus for all the work he's currently doing on #diaspora, dozen of open PRs, that's so awesome!!
 
I just wanted to thank @Thorsten Claus for all the work he's currently doing on #diaspora, dozen of open PRs, that's so awesome!!
 

diaspora\* version 0.7.15.0 released!


We're happy to announce that a new minor release is now available. Over the past ten months, we have managed to collect 63 commits made by 10 contributors for this minor release.

A huge thanks to all the contributors from diaspora*'s amazing community! If you want to help make diaspora* even better, please check out our getting started guide. Please see the changelog for a complete list of changes made in this release.

Notable Changes


* Support and recommend TOML as configuration format
* Removed support for defunct Uni Heidelberg OSM tile server, Mapbox is now required if you want to show maps
* Update mimemagic dependency that prevented new installations and updates

Updating


For podmins, update instructions are available as usual in the wiki. For those of you who have been testing the release candidate, run git fetch; git checkout main before the update to get back to the stable release branch.

#diaspora #announcement #release #07150
 
My problem with IRC is that it seems deader than CB radios. I hung out in #diaspora today while I was at work, just to check it out. I was ther for about three hours, there were twelve others there, not one word was said. I think I'll load it up tomorrow and just pop off with random thoughts :}
 

Our IRC channels have moved to Libera.Chat!


Of our various communication channels, IRC is the one with real-time communication. An "IRC channel" is a simple text-based chatroom - perfect for a quick chat that doesn't need to be stored for others.

IRC is not a new communication tool for diaspora\*, we just moved from the freenode network to Libera.Chat. If you have already used our IRC channels in the past, please update your settings to our new location!

If you want to join the chat without downloading anything extra, just click the link below, enter your nickname, and start the chat!

https://web.libera.chat/#diaspora

If you use an IRC client, the new details are:
Server: irc.libera.chat
Port: 6697 (TLS)
Channel: #diaspora

We'd love to see some of you there!

Our primary place for all project discussions is still our Discourse, which is a great location to store all relevant discussions and give people the option to engage regardless of their time zones.

You can find an overview of all our communication channels here.

#diaspora #announcement #communication #support #IRC #LiberaChat
 

Our IRC channels have moved to Libera.Chat!


Of our various communication channels, IRC is the one with real-time communication. An "IRC channel" is a simple text-based chatroom - perfect for a quick chat that doesn't need to be stored for others.

IRC is not a new communication tool for diaspora\*, we just moved from the freenode network to Libera.Chat. If you have already used our IRC channels in the past, please update your settings to our new location!

If you want to join the chat without downloading anything extra, just click the link below, enter your nickname, and start the chat!

https://web.libera.chat/#diaspora

If you use an IRC client, the new details are:
Server: irc.libera.chat
Port: 6697 (TLS)
Channel: #diaspora

We'd love to see some of you there!

Our primary place for all project discussions is still our Discourse, which is a great location to store all relevant discussions and give people the option to engage regardless of their time zones.

You can find an overview of all our communication channels here.

#diaspora #announcement #communication #support #IRC #LiberaChat
 

Our IRC channels have moved to Libera.Chat!


Of our various communication channels, IRC is the one with real-time communication. An "IRC channel" is a simple text-based chatroom - perfect for a quick chat that doesn't need to be stored for others.

IRC is not a new communication tool for diaspora\*, we just moved from the freenode network to Libera.Chat. If you have already used our IRC channels in the past, please update your settings to our new location!

If you want to join the chat without downloading anything extra, just click the link below, enter your nickname, and start the chat!

https://web.libera.chat/#diaspora

If you use an IRC client, the new details are:
Server: irc.libera.chat
Port: 6697 (TLS)
Channel: #diaspora

We'd love to see some of you there!

Our primary place for all project discussions is still our Discourse, which is a great location to store all relevant discussions and give people the option to engage regardless of their time zones.

You can find an overview of all our communication channels here.

#diaspora #announcement #communication #support #IRC #LiberaChat
 

Per API erstellte Kommentare

Hallo !Friendica Support,

mir ist gerade aufgefallen, dass Kommentare die ich auf via API auf Tusky erstelle, nicht an Diaspora ausgeliefert werden.

Der Beitrag auf Friendica:und auf Diaspora:@Michael Vogel

#friendica #diaspora #api #bug
Today I handed in a PR to #diaspora that allows a #podmin to take contact to its users.

On my pod I found it very useful to send a short message out to my user if something is going on or to clarify any report or whatever. To the podmins out there: make a review to this, if you like / dislike this feature to have on your pod.
#diaspora-dev #podmins
 
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