Also, if you don’t mind saying, please identify which federated apps you use most days, in a reply to this post.
Include your handle if you want.
Safe Network now on Kbin
In a similar vein to the migration of users from Twitter to Mastodon there are many users leaving Reddit for Kbin or Lemmy right now. A lot of Reddit mods have disabled their subreddits in protest at the Reddit CEO cutting off third party apps in the same way Musk has with Twitter, and many, including some very popular subs have already set up Kbin instances to provide a new home for their subreddits.
None of the above!.. used to like Reddit but overzealous moderation a couple of years back did for me. Then twitter till last year. Fediverse didn’t click in the way twitter did.
Reddit had one big advantage over the like of current Discourse forums, with the ability to fork threads and spawn many thoughts on one topic. It’s a wonder Discourse hasn’t included that already. Small forums with a Reddit like capability would work well… and the scope of those would make any moderation easier… esp if the future is dull AI mods.
FYI I use the web interface for most SM and always have because apps cannot be trusted. I did use a third party app to cross post Twitter and Mastodon for a while and used RIF for Reddit until recently.
I’ve not used Diaspora for years though I think it is where I first heard of MaidSafe!