Notices tagged with diaspora

Notices

  1. strypey strypey

    @euphoria @yellowfrog # and # can't directly federate, although both can federate with # (it's complicated)

    about 21 days ago from quitter.se in context
  2. strypey strypey

    @euphoria have you tried out # or # as a potential # replacement?

    about 21 days ago from quitter.se in context
  3. strypey strypey

    Actually, it would be a *publishing* client, not "comms" client. Could also post over 500 chars to # and/or # and/or blog

    about a month ago from quitter.se in context
  4. strypey strypey

    @indywatch # has its own federation standard that adds private message functionality to the # protocol set

    about a month ago from quitter.se in context
  5. strypey strypey

    @deadsuperhero @maiyannah I think # and # devs have talked about sharing a Ruby gem for protocol support @gargron 

    about a month ago from quitter.se in context
  6. strypey strypey

    @cdllm it offers a *how* but one that didn't include private messages which was essential to # design goals
    http://qttr.at/1sd4

    about a month ago from quitter.se in context
  7. strypey strypey

    @cdllm # is a standard for the use of a set of underlying protcols. # used them differently to achieve goals it didn't cover

    about a month ago from quitter.se in context
  8. strypey strypey

    @kevinmarks # and # use the same # protocol set but they implement them so differently they can't interoperate (yet)

    about a month ago from quitter.se in context
  9. strypey strypey

    @wogan apps have approached that different ways (# with #, # with their fork of # etc)
    http://qttr.at/1scs

    about a month ago from quitter.se in context
  10. strypey strypey

    @deadsuperhero do you know if the # fork of # ever went anywhere? I saw your comment on the wiki page
    http://qttr.at/1sck

    about a month ago from quitter.se
  11. strypey strypey

    @wogan I think the actual # protocol is a variant of # but not compatible with the # # use of OStatus?

    about a month ago from quitter.se
  12. strypey strypey

    @deadsuperhero @rysiek if I'm using # / # I can talk to everyone, but not if I'm using # or a # variant?

    about a month ago from quitter.se
  13. strypey strypey

    @deadsuperhero @rysiek so # can federate with # and # but not using #? (deja vu; have I asked this before?)

    about a month ago from quitter.se
  14. strypey strypey

    @wogan my impression from a brief skim of that wiki page is; # were attempting to recruit # to boost adoption of their protocol

    about a month ago from quitter.se
  15. strypey strypey

    @rysiek I can talk to people on # from # se (# + #). Haven't tested it from # yet, but I presume...

    about a month ago from quitter.se
  16. strypey strypey

    @saper they can follow/ be followed by/ @mention users on instances of #, #, #, # etc as well as #

    about a month ago from quitter.se in context
  17. strypey strypey

    @jeffcliff @mattcropp crowdfunding of projects like # and # gives us a glimpse of what's possible when VCs aren't in charge

    about a month ago from quitter.se in context
  18. strypey strypey

    @deadsuperhero @gargron OMG yes! So, for example, # and # could use the same gem for doing federation, sharing the dev work

    about a month ago from quitter.se
  19. strypey strypey

    @deadsuperhero @gargron TBD I'm not sure why # moved to # or # Why not dogfood your own discussion app?

    about 2 months ago from quitter.se
  20. strypey strypey

    @deadsuperhero do you want me to find the original # crowdfunding page on #? It was *explicitly* pitched as a FB killer

    about 2 months ago from quitter.se
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