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Re: [Social-discuss] "GNU social" sucks.

From: Michael Vogel
Subject: Re: [Social-discuss] "GNU social" sucks.
Date: Sun, 18 Jan 2015 23:06:23 +0100
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Am 18.01.15 um 21:11 schrieb Erkan Yilmaz:
>>"Fediverse" is what people on the network tend to call, it (GNU
> social), although I think that name sucks, too.  
>>How, exactly, are GNU social/OStatus instances any more "federated"
> than any other network of servers which use the same protocols?
> not quite right.
> More what we mean with fediverse is here explained:

The explanation that twitter would be a part of the fediverse is a
little bit strange. Statusnet/GNU Social just acts like a twitter-client.

People on twitter cannot talk to users from GS.

And if you really would see it that way, then friendica would be the
biggest network, because:

- It speaks natively with GS
- It speaks natively with Diaspora
- There are bidirectional connectors to the following networks:
  - twitter
  - facebook
  - GS (additionally to the native support)


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