Fuck, I'm tired of splitting toots, writing "1/2", "2/2" and other "niceties" of the 500 character limit.
As soon as I finish moving to another country, I need to start my own (single-user) instance. I also need to think about what kind of instance...
But I can't see my posts when I look from my Friendica account to my #Pleroma account and vice versa.
That means that everything is still not normal between this software. (?)
@TheFuzzStone Friendica. Its privacy controls are the best out of all those you listed (beating out Hubzilla, I think).
@wizzwizz4, I have a test account on some instance, and I "liked" my post in Mastodon to see if the notifications work, but I didn't get a notification... weird.
@wizzwizz4, What I didn't like about Friendica right away was that I couldn't see my posts from Mastodon.
It's also weird that I changed my Friendica profile description a long time ago, but Mastodon keeps seeing the old description...
Going to bed. I'll answer you tomorrow.
@wizzwizz4, I also don't see mine posts when I look at my Friendica profile from Pleroma. (followed myself up and all approved)
I don't see posts, I only see replies.
That's it, now I'm definitely going to bed.
@wizzwizz4 I didn't go to bed (but I'm on my way).
I created a test account on another Friendica instance to finally test something, and:
When I look at my profile from Pleroma to Friendica (and vice versa) I don't see my posts until I open a direct link, and I don't like that. So 98% of the time I'm going to run Pleroma myself.
I've been playing with Pleroma for the last couple of days, and I liked it.
@TheFuzzStone Do you mean you don't get any new posts *after* you've followed yourself from Friendica <-> Pleroma? If you haven't followed yet, you may never see anything. The same thing happens in Mastodon, if you follow a user your server has not known about before - it will show you 0 posts on Mastodon profile and only after you follow, it will pull all new posts in.
@lightone, I was confused by Friendica's UI. There you have to put the cursor on the account, and in a pop-up window select "Network posts" and then some of the posts are visible, and the rest are not visible, probably because of this:
>>>If you haven't followed yet, you may never see anything. The same thing happens in Mastodon, if you follow a user your server has not known about before - it will show you 0 posts on Mastodon profile and only after you follow, it will pull all new posts in.
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