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Hace un tiempo vengo hastiado de las tendencias berretas de Twitter que está lleno de trolls e intereses económicos/políticos que hicieron de él un brazo mas de la globalización.
Me mudo a este mundo en el que seguramente no serán todas rosas, pero por lo menos es federado y libre. En algún momento de mi vida cerré Facebook y todo indicio de mi existencia en redes centralista y anduve por #Diáspora, #identi.ca y #gnewbook.
Hoy vuelvo, arrepentido de haber entregado mis datos y que todas mis proyecciones mas pesimistas se hicieron realidad.
¡Viva Perón!


Hello #Fediverse #community,


As mentioned in my limited post yesterday, I have a #question about #Diaspora* on the #Onion-Network.

I discovered a Diaspora* pod ( http://connect25lovylmq.onion ) on the #darknet, and because I was curious I opened an account there.
In the meantime I discovered a second pod there ( http://connectkjsazkwud.onion/ ).

My question now would be, does anyone have #experience with Diaspora* on the darknet, or even an #account there?
I would also be interested to know how many pods there are.

For #Feedback and #Exchange of experience I would be grateful.

Have a nice Sunday everybody! 😊


True social networking and communicating platforms and other tools



Info bzgl. Kontaktanfragen


Liebe Leute in der #Fediverse .

herzlich Willkommen auf meinem neuen Account/Profil hier auf dem Friendica-Knoten von anonsys.net.

Ich freue mich wirklich über jede Kontaktanfrage von euch und nehme diese in der Regel auch an. Die Anfragen die ich nicht annehme sind die, bei denen nichts im Profil steht. Wieso? Ganz einfach, weil ich gerne wüsste wer mich da kontaktiert.
Bin ja schließlich neugierig. 😉

Also entweder etwas bei euch im Profil hinterlassen oder nicht böse sein, wenn ich diese Anfragen dann ablehne.

#Friendica #Diaspora #Mastodon #Pleroma #Hubzilla #miteinander


Test of the fediverse


I did a #test of the #fediverse. I created a #Diaspora, #Friendica and #Mastodon account. In all 3 accounts I did a post with the tag #annievallotton. Friendica uses the Diaspora protocol and ActivityPub and Mastodon uses Activity pub. The Friendica account was showing posts from the Mastodon and Diaspora instance I joined, so I assume them to be federated to some degree. I expected that when searching for the tag #annievallotton. On Friendica I would see posts from all 3 instances. On Diaspora I would see posts from Diaspora and Friendica and on Mastodon I would see Friendica and Mastodon. However what I found was...
Diaspora = saw #annievallotton posts from Friendica and Diaspora.
Friendica = saw #annievallotton posts from Friendica only.
Mastodon = saw #annievallotton posts from Mastodon only.

Therefore if I want to:
- see posts from Diaspora and Friendica I should use diaspora.
- post to Diaspora and Friendica I should use Friendica.
- post to Mastondon, I should use Mastodon.
Instances were:
diasporapod.no
venera.social
mastodon.online


Dada tu aventura en el mundo del #GAFAM @admin me estaba acordando de algo de cuando empecé por estos mundos allá por el 2015, que era la opción de la Red #Diaspora de publicar contenido y que ese contenido volcara directamente en #Fb de tal manera que podrías escribir de lo que quisieras y se publicaría en Fb sin tener que entrar allí, solo teniendo una cuenta de enlace. Un poco lo que hacen algunos tuiteros en Mastodon, pero a la inversa. Lo digo por si te resulta interesante. Aunque AVISO que no sé si esa característica sigue existiendo.


I have seen some conversations about the security of pods and the like. I'd like to point my pod members and others who might be having the same questions to this excellent thread concerning where diaspora* sits in the security landscape:

https://discourse.diasporafoundation.org/t/i-want-to-try-diaspora-but-i-have-some-questions-about-how-it-works/3481/6

This includes some comments about features that would require external analysis of the social graph, which is currently made more difficult through diaspora*'s design.

#diaspora #security #sacrideo #encryption #e2e #privacy


I have seen some conversations about the security of pods and the like. I'd like to point my pod members and others who might be having the same questions to this excellent thread concerning where diaspora* sits in the security landscape:

https://discourse.diasporafoundation.org/t/i-want-to-try-diaspora-but-i-have-some-questions-about-how-it-works/3481/6

This includes some comments about features that would require external analysis of the social graph, which is currently made more difficult through diaspora*'s design.

#diaspora #security #sacrideo #encryption #e2e #privacy



#Fediverse's instances with #ActivityPub support (#Mastodon, #Pleroma, #Epicyon) can be seen as a decentralised replacement for #Twitter. They have a similar functionality, and we can say to our friends that they can use ActivityPub instances in a way similar to the one of Twitter. If the all users of Twitter would register at ActivityPub instances, it would be possible to forget about Twitter the same day.

I registered today at #diaspora* instance, and I cannot say diaspora* is a replacement for #Facebook. Yes, it allows me to have a somewhat more detailed user profile than in Twitter and ActivityPub. But even if all your mates from school, army, institute, work etc. would be registered at diaspora*, you would not have remedies which would let you to find your mates and would let them to find you. If I would say to someone that diaspora* can be used in a way similar to the one of Facebook, I would be a liar.

So, does exist a decentralised #social network with a functionality similar to the one of Facebook?


I just added this feature request on diaspora's github page, which can be helpful for those of us who are getting spammed again and again by Ivan or others:

Feature request: All notifications connected to a user are removed when that user is blocked


https://github.com/diaspora/diaspora/issues/8196

#diaspora


I just added this feature request on diaspora's github page, which can be helpful for those of us who are getting spammed again and again by Ivan or others:

Feature request: All notifications connected to a user are removed when that user is blocked


https://github.com/diaspora/diaspora/issues/8196

#diaspora



#diaspora #podmin
Happy Christmas #zlax! Oh, I forgot that you cannot read me and I cannot read you, you nasty #troll!

cleaner script (alt link)



#diaspora #podmin
Happy Christmas #zlax! Oh, I forgot that you cannot read me and I cannot read you, you nasty #troll!

cleaner script (alt link)




You could use the #diaspora tag to comment on stuff like this, to bring it to the podmins' and developers' attention.





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If you are a #podmin running a #diaspora pod on PostgreSQL, you should look into upgrading to version 13. These are runserver response times for Geraspora, the yellow line represents the average response times, the green line represents the the 99.9 percentile. The blue marker is the point I upgraded from pg12 to pg13. There was no other change to the environment, and since we've had a weekend just now, the amount of requests per second and the server load even went up slightly.

As you'll notice, the peaks went down significantly, but even the average response time went down by a considerable amount. Parallel autovacuuming and the performance improvements around b-tree indexes and aggregate/grouping queries is clearly help stream queries a lot. Not enough to significantly change the responsiveness for users, but still noteworthy.

(Ignore that one peak in the night of 2020-12-11 to 2020-12-12, that was a unlucky coincidence with autovac running while the server was running its "aw crap an entirely new database"-backup, so that always causes some locking issues.)



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