Recently I started working on a project named TwitterPub. The goal of the project was to allow you to follow and interact with Twitter accounts over Mastodon and other ActivityPub software. It's still very much a work in progress and doesn't completely work yet. This blog post is to summarize what I learned as well … Continue reading How I created TwitterPub and why you should use it
This post is in response to the GitHub Issue "Quote Toots #12753" (Archived Page). I opened this issue a while ago requesting that Mastodon add an easier way to quote users than linking to their post. This sparked users concerns including online harassment and their right to delete what they say on the public internet. … Continue reading Should you be able to delete quotes of yourself online?
Recently I've begun administering two ActivityPub powered websites: LGBTQIA.is (a Mastodon instance) and Suspended.club (a Pleroma instance). Each software has its pros and cons, in this post I write my thoughts on them. Community Goals The goal of LGBTQIA.is is to create a safe space style community. Mastodon provides the tools to make it happen … Continue reading My thoughts on Mastodon and Pleroma