Maybe I’m wrong, but this option seems an “only initial setup option”, or at least that’s what is at documentation:
So, I wonder if I can simply add it to my lemmy.hjson
For example G1 / libre currency, a social crypto who is not using PoW, just a simple method to create new money assign every real persona a fix little amount to create (web of trust). More info: https://duniter.org/
My personal alternative choice:
I use to do some work on open source paid by mu customers, but they never know about it :-) For example, if I need to translate some strings (l10n) I translate a bunch of strings, more than required, for community profits. The same if I’m helping to solve an issue…
But it’s always a way to help open source projects just make a personal donation, as a developer, because our money is, in fact, the money our customers pay us (freelancers, for example).
Improvements on federation with Mastodon, etc. Right now posts on Mastodon have as author the user post, nor the community (but you are following lemmy communities, not users, because it is not possible follow users). So, when any Mastodon user want to follow these “new source” and follow the user of the tooth, nothing happens. And he is unable to follow the community! A furst workarround should be add a bottom line on the tooth like "follow this community at community_name@lemmy_instance.tdl "
It would be nice… Hubzilla (Zot protocol) do it (in a very nice way, you have a multiple identity, hosted in several instances, one of them is the main identity). But I think activitypub does not.
But, at least at mastodon you can export/import your account. But I think some info is lost. For example your followers.
@email@example.com, in the Matrix room :
it will be included automatically once we update the site (not sure when)
https://collapse.cat/c/main Collapse, climate emergency, etc. (Catalan/Spanish)
What about librecurrency?
Thank you, the right link is:
Now my instance is shown with all other Lemmy instances :-)
No, I don’t mean the “Mastodon feature”. I mean, for example in my site collapse.cat, a community called “Peak Oil” to talk in English about the peak oil, and another community, called “Cenit del petroli”, to speak about the SAME TOPIC but in a Catalan community. Imagine you have an instance in Canada (English/French), in Barcelona (Catalan/Spanish) or just a website with international vocation (English/Chinese/Spanish/Arabic).
What am I talking about could be achieved just launching several instances, one for each language, but could be managed easily if Lemmy has i18n features.
I like tags, but, as you say, there are other applications what use them, like Mastodon. For example, there I use them to build “views” with info of topics I’m interested in.
Thank you for your answer! I think Lemmy it’s a very interesting tool, with o without tags. IMHO a killer feature is that it can federate with Mastodon, etc.
The article talk about a desktop version of Briar, but they only show an Android version: