Notices tagged with hubzilla

Notices

  1. strypey strypey

    @yellowfrog @euphoria #: be sure to 'clone' your # channels onto a couple of other servers before you invest much time in them

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

    @euphoria @yellowfrog The # (#, #, #) is for organising life with people you know, more like FB

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

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

    about 22 days ago from quitter.se in context
  4. 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
  5. strypey strypey

    @tobias automated cloning onto a couple of other instances (email details to new user) could be one way to improve # #

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

    # doesn't deal with user persistence better than any other federated app. Hubzilla. site is gone, and so is everything I did there

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

    @indywatch there's also the # protocol, used by #, which seems to be a bit ahead of its time, supporting stuff like remote logins

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

    @algot @wogan's map could be useful for finding instances that seem long term sustainable, thus avoiding my fail with #  .site

    about a month ago from quitter.se
  9. 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
  10. 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
  11. 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
  12. strypey strypey

    @keithpp I have used # To me any blog site is just as useful (I use CoActivate. org). Have you had a look at # and #?

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

    @elizafox eg if any free code app with a calendar (eg #, #, #) could support any open calendar protocol as a plug-in...

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

    The # .org project site gives me an HTTPS error "uses an invalid security certificate".
    http://qttr.at/1s8z

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

    @keithpp have you checked out #? It's a free code software project creating a decentralized publishing platform
    http://qttr.at/1s8y

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

    @zash my understanding is that # allows that, through the # protocol. @mmn's concern is whether the receiving serve(s) comply

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

    @mmn and a protocol for the sending server requesting the receiving server(s) to delete the mail/post. I think # allows that? @bob

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

    # and # developer Mike Macgirvin listed some of the challenges of # between web apps
    http://qttr.at/1s0v

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

    @bob@primatemind.info @bob do you know what happened to the # instance at hubzilla. site? Deprecated: mysql_escape_string(): This function is deprecated; use mysql_real_escape_string() instead. in /var/www/statusnet-0.9.9/lib/popularity.php on line 61

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

    @deadsuperhero why is it that no one will use #? From the limited testing of # I've done so far, it seems to work well

    about 2 months ago from quitter.se
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