This is our 100th event!
We've added a new Do Not Track feature for our privacy concerned users! This will prevent #GetTogether from using Google Analytics, as well as social media sharing code, from every page you visit on the site.
While this reduces functionality of the site, and it means we lose visibility on how those people are using it, privacy is an important feature for a lot of our community and we want to support their choice.
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
Hey everyone, #GetTogether now has it's own Mastodon account! Follow me for news, release announcements, and other updates on the free, open source, federated event planning site.
Hey @firstname.lastname@example.org do you have an account on https://gettogther.community? I give everybody who contributes to the code a special badge on their user profile and I'd like to add yours
Thanks to @email@example.com you can now add more content about your #GetTogether team in an "About" page!
Edit your team to add your About page content.
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!
Spent my first Saturday back home replacing my old Wordpress blog with a shiny new MezzanineCMS instance. If you catch any bugs or old links that odn't work anymore, let me know!
GetTogether now supports marking whether somebody who said they would attend your event actually attended it! This will allow future reporting on actual attendence and estimates of future attendence.
Create your own event and try it out today! gettogether.community #gettogether
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?”
Fosstodon is an English speaking Mastodon instance that is open to anyone who is interested in technology; particularly free & open source software.