Building a community around your company or product is a great way to make them both better. But if you want to be successful in it, here are 5 important questions you need to answer first: https://opensource.com/article/18/7/questions-building-community … @opensourceway #community #cmgr
Okay Fedeverse, which design do you prefer:
White boxes on dark, or dark boxes on white?
Thanks to @polymerwitch you can now add more content about your #GetTogether team in an "About" page!
Edit your team to add your About page content.
@lib_reviews Lib.reviews: Building an open alternative to Yelp
@pixelfed PixelFed: Ethical alternative to Instagram, launching very soon
@mhall119 GetTogether: Account of the lead developer on an alternative to MeetUp.com
@openstreetmap OpenStreetMap: The open source mapping project, mirrored on the OSM English instance 🗺️
@inventaire Inventaire: An open source book exchange site, you make new friends and lend each other books 📚
Listened to the Ubuntu Podcast for the first time... I like it. I do wish Joey Sneddon would do a podcast... He has been my favorite Linux news guy for years.
It's official, #GetTogether now supports ActivityPub!
This is my first attempt at AP/AS, so somebody please let me know if I'm doing it wrong.
Makes it official. I'm on the market, tell me what exciting roles you have at your company!
NPR article posted today (May 1st) mentions Mastodon! They link to joinmastodon.org (not mastodon.social) which is great!
“As Facebook Shows Its Flaws, What Might A Better Social Network Look Like?”
Blowing out someone else's candle doesn't make yours burn any
FOSS needs more light, not less.
Speaker management is going to be the first major premium feature for #GetTogether, scheduled for the next release. You will be able to manage multiple speaker profiles and talks, with tools for even organizers to request, review and approve proposals for their events.
What else would you want from this feature?