I'm new to Ycombinator / Hacker news. But the discussions seem interesting, so maybe I can check it more often.
This article is about 'infosec-handbook' leaving the fediverse. It sounds relatable, so I replied with this
I do also see the 'us vs them' on the fediverse sometimes. I think bringing together polarised people is a good thing. It should reconnect.
"If we’re to live up to our own time, then victory won’t lie in the blade, but in all the bridges we’ve made."
article is about 'infosec-handbook' leaving the fediverse
You can’t migrate your posts if you need to migrate to another Mastodon server.
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Many Fediverse users claim to be the “better and open-minded alternative to Twitter.” We think that this doesn’t reflect reality, as explained below.
Here's their article:
Much of it seems to be complaining about random internet users being wrong sometimes. Valid complaint, to be honest. Correct assumptions are not a condition to have debates,, and people absolutely *are* wrong on the internet sometimes. But I've had loads more of good debates here than elsewhere.
The bits about security: Yes, I wish that was better. But it's still *way* better than if it were owned by one company
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