http://visionon.tv loving having a upto date #peertube instance. But the moderation tools are bad, they have a NEGATIVE agenda where it would be much better if they had a POSITIVE agender. We should be moving content not blocking content when we moderate. This is left over thinking from the #dotcons the problem we face is getting #geekproblem understanding of this "soft" approach against the instinkt for the fast "hard" defaults that come over from the mainstream.
* Have the option to send it to a instance that is based on this language so they can display/translate it and maybe send it back
* Have the option to move it to a translation/moderation cue in the background on this instance so we can do the same if we have the resources.
Basically instead of islands of data, we would have a shared data soup which our instance is about a ladal that we dip in and sip from. The work is done over a network and not in siloes.
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