Came across searchmysite.net (made by @michaellewis) the other... https://micro.baer.works/came-across-searchmysite-net-searchmysite-net-made-by
As I recently mentioned on the forum, we’re currently dealing with a pretty big... https://micro.baer.works/as-i-recently-mentioned-on-the
Soon we’ll start including images in the ActivityStreams data that #WriteFreely... https://micro.baer.works/soon-well-start-including-images-in-the-activitystreams-data-that-writefreely
I’m really liking that WriteFreely now sends out Notes to the fediverse for... https://micro.baer.works/im-really-liking-that-writefreely-now-sends-out
Finished the manual moderation tools I mentioned yesterday, and I'm pretty... https://micro.baer.works/finished-the-manual-moderation-tools-i-mentioned
Working on some moderation tools today. https://micro.baer.works/working-on-some-moderation-tools-today
Following doesn't work from the "domain undeliverable" Masto instance. I don't think there's any moderation-related reason this domain would be marked this way. So what would cause this? cc @Gargron
In the beginning, Remark.as was meant to be an answer to "How do I interact... https://micro.baer.works/in-the-beginning-remark-as-was-meant-to-be-an-answer-to-how-do-i-interact
I just fixed a long-standing bug that prevented people from following blogs from a Mastodon instance with Authorized Fetch enabled. The fix is deployed on Write.as, and will be merged into #WriteFreely soon. Write.as also sends out Notes instead of Articles in some cases. You should see that for this post, if you're following @firstname.lastname@example.org in the fediverse!
I'm glad the little side project I started in early 2015 has grown into something so many people and communities find useful -- and grateful I get to work on @write_as every day.
A lot of things are coming together at the moment.
The "more of what you want" algorithm is always bad.
Came across SpaceHey today via this Vice article, which has me thinking about the #fediverse and centralization vs. decentralization, as always.
Why do you build what you're building? I think I'm after something real, for once, in a sea of crappy commercialism.
I hold an intense hate for advertising in my bones -- those loud, boisterous,... — by Matt
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