#ActivityPub supports Groups. I'm wondering if anyone has developed something like a mailing list for AP yet?
I want to have a technical group ala a mailing list.
Anyone know of anything like this yet?
You can view all of a person's posts filtered by hashtag by adding "/tagged/" to the end of their public profile address, then adding the hashtag.
For example, here is a link to all of switching.social's posts tagged #MastoTips:
This can be very useful for artists wanting to link to a portfolio, or writers wanting to link to articles about a topic.
You can also add these to your public profile page by going to Preferences > Edit Profile > Featured Hashtags
Finally I can follow the Open Source Observatory (#OSOR) from #JoinUp again via RSS, thanks a lot! https://joinup.ec.europa.eu/collection/open-source-observatory-osor
I'm staying on Fosstodon whether I agree or disagree with what Kev said. I'm here because I wanted to be a part of a community around one of my passions.
Thats why this place exists. There are people from all different walks... lets show grace towards each other, even if we disagree.
Some of you guys scream inclusion (which I strongly support) but in the same breath troll someone who disagrees with you on a issue.
Lets show grace, tone down being self-absorbed and keep it focused on FOSS.
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@inkscape guys, it’s 2019, can the forums not incorporate a responsive design? The experience isn’t very good on mobile, and that’s how most people will use it I imagine. 😕
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