Some interesting stuff here about how the #fediverse is perceived from the outside, by people who either haven't interacted with it yet, or are new to it. These kinds of questions could form the basis of a fediverse FAQ, with answers expressed in the simplest possible language (with pictures and diagrams), that covers everything general to the fediverse as a whole, and points of which things vary from software to software.
@strypey to me federated fandom best served with everyone having their own blog and syndicating to somewhere fediverse or not, even an RSS planet would do
@jgmac1106 what does ...
> having their own blog
...mean in practice? A Blogo-text instance on YUNOhost? A WP instance on Sandstorm? An account on a Plume, Friendica, Hubzilla instance? What counts, what doesn't, and Why?
@jgmac1106 Also, from what's mentioned in the linked page, a blog covers only a fraction of the use cases. What about forums? Podcasts? Vlogs?
@strypey yeah I don't have solution to vidtbut if short vlogs they are just a bigger file. Intrigued by stuff like PeerTube.
Its not a blog to replace all the things. Just a desire to play in places that play nice with my blog.
@strypey any network would cut across all the places but still think best served when folks work on their own little corner in a push/pull manner
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