Would be nice if LBRY would add this feature
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Friendica timelines are compelling
There's something about the method that Friendica uses to generate timelines that I find really compelling, and that doesn't seem to be talked about much. Friendica's timelines are "post" centred, with replies appearing as a tree attached to that post, in a similar way to Facebook. It's distinct from the more Twitter like method common on most of the [#microfedi]( platforms, in which there is no real difference between a post and a reply. The reason that I find this framework so compelling is that it means you always have context and full conversations in view. If someone you follow replies to someone else you follow, the whole post and all of the replies appear in your timeline again, with full context at a glance. Similarly, when you're reading your timeline, everything is grouped together. Everyone in your timeline that replied to a post is there on that post with full context. And if you're not interested, it's trivial to just scroll past. Compare this to Mastodon, Misskey etc and their forks, where you tend to only see one branch of a conversation, and often have the same conversation showing up in your timeline multiple times depending on who is involved. It's an option for interacting with timelines that I'd love to see implemented in other FediVerse platforms! [\#friendica]( [#Fediverse]( [#Fedivangelism]( [@friendica]( [@fediverse](

A new fediverse protocol based on #ActivityStreams and #DID. It's partially interoperable with #ActivityPub. There's a demo client at The client will automatically create an account for you. Because it uses DID (Decentralized Identifier), the account is tied to your device, by default. You can create a password to use the account on different devices, though I haven't tried that yet. My DID is [did:key:z6MksRMsKgo66ipr4Hut6gkRNkCo92FNapPjF32L6i2Za1cM](

cross-posted from: > With Fediverse going mainstream and corporate interests aplenty, it is very important to promote SocialHub and the FEP process, so that there's higher chance of keeping the fedi open and accessible to anyone. Anyone can help in this regard. > > > >

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A new test instance for Bonfire is born!
Interested in testing [#Bonfire]( and providing feedback? Join [the new test instance]( ---------- [@fediverse]( **[The website has also been updated](** which hopefully explains the project a bit better 😅 While the playground (an older test instance) was about experimenting with the UX and all the different features and extensions in the works, the campground only has the core and social extensions enabled while focusing on stabilizing them (incl. federation) before a v1.0 release 🔥 **[Link to original post](**
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Telegram -> Fediverse bridge
[@fediverse]( I thought that this was interesting as I use Telegram a lot. [GitHub - autogestion/pubgate-telegram: Extension for PubGate, Telegram \<-\> ActivityPub bridge](

Reminder that there are 2 mental health communities available at your disposal to accommodate multiple parts of the mental health/wellness spectrum
I have created two specific mental health communities, one for positive and/or constructive discussion of mental health and wellness, and one to provide an outlet for people's unpleasant/destructive thoughts (sometimes voicing them will help temporarily quiet them if you are in acute distress). [Mental Health]( | [Void Screaming]( They won't cure you, but social support is an integral part of a well rounded mental-health treatment and wellness plan, and you deserve to have access to them in a federated/decentralized and non-monetized space. Cheers!

Welcome to another episode of Last Week in the Fediverse! The major theme of this week is news around technical infrastructure. experiences a DDoS attack, Twitter shuts down free access to the API, Stanford is called on by the community to start their own Mastodon server, and new tools get released with some interesting implications on the capabilities of the fediverse. Before we start: I prefer to write little about Twitter. Its already enough in the news as it is, with other publications covering it very well. Today I do cover it, but only the implications that this has on the fediverse, which turn out to be pretty significant. Lets get started!

New Calckey flagship instance and new Calckey release
cross-posted from: > Calckey just released version 13.1, but far more interestingly, it coincides with a new flagship instance for Calckey, [](! > > […]( > > [\#Calckey]( [#Fediverse]( [#Microfedi]( > > [@calckey](

I'm excited about about a more CMS-like approach to a fediverse server, especially one that leans on #IndieWeb building blocks.

Wanted: RSS reader for Social Media-feeds - recommendations?
Again and again it is mentioned as an elementary advantage of Mastodon & Co. that ActivityPub-feeds are accessible from everywhere thanks to RSS. That's true - but I don't have the right reader for such a purpose. I would like to have a doomscrolling-timeline for all the services that are accessible via RSS, not an article-reader like RSS clients usually are - with previews, open article, etc. Is there an app like '[Fritter](' that not only allows access to Twitter, but also to follow accounts via Nitter, Mastodon, PeerTube, etc. etc.? Can be for Android or Windows...

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