Contribute to Fediverse curated lists of the Delightful Club
cross-posted from: > The Fediverse going mainstream is ablaze with new developer activities. Many new projects are starting. I am co-maintaining 3 lists, part of the [delightful project]( (this is similar to Github Awesome lists, but only for FOSS, Open Data and Open Science, and without sponsored ads) and can need your help to keep the lists up-to-date. > > Find a new project or an entry that needs updating? Please PR to one of the following repositories: > > - > - > - > > The apps and ActivityPub resources from these lists will be hand-picked for inclusion in [Fediverse Party]( website. And the lists are auto-compiled into the [Delightful Club]( website. > > If you want to become part of the Delightful Club and maintain a sub-list on a subject of your choice, then [file an issue]( to the top-level ist.

The comeback of the Fediverse and the Old Web
Twitter is not dead (yet), but we act like it was, while the old web wants to come back from its grave. [...]

What are the pros of Pleroma over Mastodon?
I'm thinking of moving to Pleroma because Mastodon feels really slow. Maybe it's just that I've selected a popular instance and I should have chosen a more unpopular one. Anyway, I would like to know what are the pros of Pleroma over Mastodon from a user perspective.

Private Communities
Does lemmy support private communities, and, if not, does the "groups" standard support this?

Does Lemmy Interoperate with the Fediverse?
What makes Lemmy part of the Fediverse? Can one follow a Lemmy community from say a Mastodon account and receive post updates from the Lemmy Community when someone posts to the community they are following?

5 Reasons to DITCH TWITTER For Mastodon! - Techlore
Pretty well summarize to convince the last of us and people around us who havent started experimenting with the Fediverse...

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