What is trending on anarchist #openweb video https://kolektiva.media/videos/local?sort=-hot&c=true&s=2 from #kolektiva
What is trending on our #peertube hosted video https://visionon.tv/videos/local?sort=-trending&c=true&s=3 you can find out more about the #OMN
Have you seen this http://visionon.tv we have moved all the undercurrents and visionontv archive to the #openweb we need to take the old videos and embed them in meany new places so that they spread over the #peertube network to get a feedback on views and thus social impact.
We need to reconnect contemporary activism to past activist movements #OMN to learn and mutate.
@bananarama interesting that you say this, can you explane to me in #KISS terms why you baleve this. I have a MA in social sciences so can understand complexity, But this is a public #openweb conversation so good to try and keep it at a level that "normal" people can understand.
Maybe we could start with meta narratives, will put Wikipedia links in as we go https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Metanarrative
NOT, we are interested in the "Criticism" bit of each link, reply to this please.
Good liberal media look at our liberals view of the mess in war in Ukraine.
On the Media: All the World's a Stage
Episode webpage: http://www.wnycstudios.org/story/on-the-media-world-stage/
Okay, it's time to tell new users a secret about Mastodon.
Mastodon is (whispers) part of a much bigger network 😮
Mastodon servers use an open standard called ActivityPub to talk to each other. That's how you interact with people on other Mastodon servers.
But, dozens of other federated networks also use ActivityPub, so (this is the good bit!) you can follow people on these other networks from your Mastodon account!
Together, Mastodon and these other services form... The Fediverse
(whispers) Click on the link...
The #EU having #Fediverse instances came directly out of the work of these people https://socialhub.activitypub.rocks/t/webinar-with-the-european-commission-and-ap-community/1507/212 worth a read to understand the process, was "herding cats" the #OGB project came directly out of this expirence.
What are people likeing on our #openweb video hosting https://visionon.tv/videos/local?sort=-likes&c=true&s=3
The #OMN crew run 6 instances of #fedivers servers with a few thousand users, some more used than others. We make admin/mod desions based on user reports, then admins/mods make a decision if simple or run it past other admin/mods if borderline/complex.
Action is ban/account removal if obvious and repeated toots. To dialogue leading to lesser sanction or escalating to ban if no useful response.
We don't do hard rules/and tend to give benefit of doubt for a while.
Worked for last 4-5 years.
Fediverse.party has a nice quick list of different instances, with under 5000 users.
Globally there are approx 4000 instances. Websites exist that list them all but the page can be so big it may break your browser if you try to load the page.
Welcome to the wild world of fedi.
@dsfgs 1. Isolating yourself on the level of follows is unlikely to have an effect. You need a system level policy to disincentivize using e.g. CloudFlare.
At the same time, we are already in a system of trust for the servers in the fediverse: they can read the data stored on them, it is not encrypted. Except DMs, everything can be read in the public feed of most servers anyway. DMs should probably be replaced with encrypted comms anyway. So what data is in danger?
To support this server and the OMN project https://opencollective.com/open-media-network