Important decisions about Misskey(Project)
- I(Syuilo) don't accept any issue and pull request to Misskey(Git Repository:
https://github.com/misskey-dev/misskey) for an indefinite period of time.
- Due to a reason above,I remove all collaborators from Misskey.Beacuse they still can make a issue and pull request.
-If you have a question and need a help about Misskey,please use Misskey Forum(
https://forum.misskey.io/).
- I am only going to develop Misskey. But I may consider of stopping a development of Misskey indefinitely under the certin circumstances.
- If the project could raise a enough fund to continue the development and I can concentrate the project development,I will accept your contribution again.
- I continuousely accept your contribution for mfm.js , misskey.js and so on. These side projects are relatively small and I could continue to handle.

A reason of my decisions as follows
- Lack of my ability of organizing Misskey Projcet
- We could not raise enough fund for project development.
- In relation to above, there is not enough time for me to develop the project, and delay in response to issue and pull request is expected.
...etc

Please note that this post is just a translation of Syuilo original post for Japanese people.

#ActivityPub #misskey #fediverse

RE:
https://misskey.io/notes/8of8fhvhi2

@citizenK4te the idea is slightly different.

This doesn't aim to be a database with all your details, likes, loves, preferences, skills etc at all.

Merely a way to find "seeds" after which you can follow the links to the actual toots, profiles, CVs or vacancies that people added to their toots/profiles.

Do you think it would only work if you can search through all the data on this search engine which is needed to select candidates and jobs? Or would the "seeds" work too?

> depends on for whom the site is built for. companies searching for the right candidate or candidates searching for the right company?

Both. As we tried to make apparent with the two tabs "Openings" and "Candidates". Do you think we need to make this clearer?

@citizenK4te sure. It is synched (not automatically) to git.webschuur.com/flockingbird. We can give you an account there, but we'd need to sync the work manually then, so that would cost us extra time and effort.

Since it all is git, you don't need GH to create patches, clone or update repos etc.

Feel free to mail us your input at hi@flockingbird.social if you don't want to create tickets etc on GH.

What would you like to contribute that can only be done on github now?

Hi! This is the official #Bookwyrm account. Bookwyrm is a federated reading platform (think Goodreads). Post about your reading and stuff! You can interact with Mastodon users and vice versa. We are going to toot development news and more.
Code github.com/bookwyrm-social/boo
Docs docs.joinbookwyrm.com/
List of instances docs.joinbookwyrm.com/instance

FediFollows has been on the #Fediverse for one year! 🎉 🎂

A huge thank you to everyone who suggested accounts so far, and to the accounts themselves 👏

Hand-curated directories are often seen as old-fashioned, but I think they have a role in getting people started on new decentralised social media.

FediFollows currently has 2.3K followers across a wide range of instances, so even people who don't follow me are more likely to see these interesting accounts in their hashtag searches.

Go Fedi!

Sneak-peek of our upcoming Job Search Bot hunter2.

We're now finalizing these pages, stabilizing the bot and improving security.

Biggest challenge, before release, is a predictable&solid exclusion of people who indicated they don't want to be indexed (a must-have!)

After that we'll start adding more features and continue our core project.

What do you think is essential when searching for job openings, candidates or presenting yourself as candidate?

I feel incredibly blessed that Pixelfed has grown so much over the past year.

Total users, posts and active users have doubled, and our project is among the top 5 most popular.

Though we haven’t had our viral moment like Mastodon or PeerTube, I’m confident that when we do, we’ll be ready.

I look forward to the next 3 years and beyond! 😁 #pixelfed #activityPub #Fediverse

@Andre0Ani @danslerush En effet : loin d'être prêt. Nous travaillons d'arrache-pied, mais obtenir un résultat "exactement correct" représente beaucoup de travail. (désolé pour la mauvaise traduction automatique, mon français est aussi mauvais qu'on peut l'attendre d'un Néerlandais :)

@Andre0Ani @danslerush Indeed: far from ready. We're working hard, but getting it "exactly right" is a lot of work. (sorry for the automatic, poor translation, my French is as bad as you would expect from a Dutchie :)

New Penpot Release! Penpot 1.6 - "Born to Run" 🔥

- Improved Performance
- Custom Fonts
- Shapes to Path
- Scale Text Layers on Resizing

What do you think?

@fediverseparty

Hurray #Fediverse13 🎉

When did you free yourself from the dark side? Fedizens, let's post some #reintroductions so we can get to know each other better, and make newcomers feel at home right away 🤗

To all organisations on the #fediverse this article by @lightone has a call to action fo a nice festive campaign to get more fine people to join us this year.

#HappyFedi2U

From birdsite: “People are NOT our greatest asset. It’s the relationships BETWEEN people that are our greatest asset.“

Days ago, I had a strategy session with marketing. She recommended to nourish my #linkedin persona. And recommended to grow a community there.
I told her that the platform gives me headache from the timeline & bad visuals.

This week I learned about yet another data breach:
newswwc.com/2021/04/09/linkedi

I want to keep & grow my professional network. But not this way.

How do I explain them the concept of @flockingbird ?

btw, #ms365 now searches your contacts on #linkedin from #msoutlook (no opt-out)

"The way our digital lives have been structured to depend on third party intermediaries that simply pass our communications on to our friends and families while all the time spying on us to make money isn’t fate. It is the result of many decisions made because it was easier this way or because it would make money for those in the middle."

Decentralization 2017 - Ross Schulman "Think Deeply & Rebuild Things": rbs.io/2017/12/decentralizatio

Dear #fediverse and especially #foss and #activitypub tech enthusiasts amongst you ..

At #SocialHub we're preparing a great event in the form of two webinars and a workshop in April, for representatives of the European Commission.

The topics are #ActivityPub #Interoperability and #FediverseFutures within the EU.

Interest for the event came from EC itself, who via @NGIZero - funder of many great AP projects - approached SocialHub to organize.

You can help prepare and certainly join the Event!

@doenietzomoeilijk @madnificent
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What remains, are:

1. a single username/password that allows login on all your instances. I.e. what a password manager does for you too.
2. replacing the hurdle to register-then-validate-your-email flow with a less familiar, (but theoretically easier) flow to authenticate with your ID provider.

Are those all the benefits and is that worth all the effort?

@doenietzomoeilijk @madnificent I'm having a hard time seeing the practical benefits of this, though.

1. It won't sync your account details over, b/c you might want to keep those separated. A feature, not a limitation.
2. It doesn't help in discovering other instances.
3. It does not help in keeping up-to-date with all instances b/c it doesn;t do inboxes/notifications pushing to a single inbox (or if so, to which one?)

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@madnificent @doenietzomoeilijk @ton I would imagine that this single point of contact would be decentralized. Part of your browser, indeed, or a selfhostable app.

This does not exist, yet, for the fediverse. And I'm not sure if in practice it is better than a generic password manager.

I read some ideas on this at the activitypub.rocks hosted forum. But cannot find the links (on mobile). So people are working on it. But it may never get solved properly.

@flockingbird no prob, these are indeed tough questions to crack. I think a federated approach can be meaningful. It might bring it down to solving the questions for specific professional circles/communities, not for 'everyone'. Like an online equivalent of local business round tables / sectoral / role based 'clubs', professional peer networks etc, which can be bridged because it's federated. Then you have a meaningful difference between personal, local and overall timeline

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