Looking forward to speaking at ActivityPub Conf 2019!
It's also a great time to grab a free account! Accounts created on August 1 or later (eastern US time) will have a limit on the number of posts they can create for free.
Besides helping us reach sustainability sooner, with these changes we want to encourage people to spread out across other #WriteFreely instances. There are already some great ones to pick from!
Just a few hours left to grab our Casual plan for $12 / year!
Get it here: https://write.as/start/casual
(More about this change on @intheopen: https://write.as/intheopen/casual-phase-out-and-whats-next)
Can anyone rec me some Plume/Write.as/"Article"-federating blogs, about activism, social justice, gender stuff, neurodiversity, media reviews, community managing, DIY stuff or anything else I might be interested in?
My current Plume feed is only people from my own instance and the other accounts there don't follow people outside the instance either lol
Letter to the Editor - An Alternative to Comments https://blog.cjeller.site/letter-to-the-editor-an-alternative-to-comments
Now you can (finally) include an email subscription box on any Write.as post! (Including a static page, like this one: https://write.as/matt/subscribe)
Read more about this change on the forum:
We're going to phase out our Casual plan for new users next month, as we move towards a focus on our apps and helping more #WriteFreely instances get started.
We like to talk about how lightweight #WriteFreely is by saying it's "light enough to run on a Raspberry Pi." But to actually do that, you'd need to go through the work of compiling everything yourself.
Well, not anymore. Now we'll be releasing ARMv7 builds that can run on a Raspberry Pi, starting with WriteFreely v0.10.
Download that build here:
Detailed Fixes: https://github.com/writeas/writefreely/releases/tag/v0.10.0
* Fully Private Instances
* Landing Page Customization
Upgrade with the following command:
$ yunohost app upgrade writefreely -u https://github.com/YunoHost-Apps/writefreely_ynh
GOSH I love reading full articles from @write_as in the new single-column view.
The attached screenshot is after clicking through a "read article" link, one of the features of my new Mastodon fork, Hometown. I hope to have documentation and release notes ready to go by the end of the week!
My @365-rfcs blog where I read one RFC for each day of 2019 is back after a several month hiatus! You can subscribe directly on fedi at the above account
Some differences between #Diffu and #Plume / #WriteFreely
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