That's quite sad.
I often see people complaining publicly about Mastodon development here, but I almost never see people thanking @Gargron and contributors for the work they're doing.
I'm sure most people have more positive feedback than negative to make but don't.
Mastodon might have its problems but it's still a great piece of software.
Send some love to Gargron and others.
Or contribute. This is free software, you know.
Interesting article concerning the #GDPR on The Verge: https://www.theverge.com/2018/3/28/17172548/gdpr-compliance-requirements-privacy-notice
I am not sure if it will make it into /r/all or not, a part of me wants to see that, another part of me (and I'm sure a lot of old users agree!) thinks that would be too much of a good thing in such a short time.
On the other hand, you can't really pace publicity. It's a wave, a constellation of circumstances. It either happens or it doesn't, and if decentralization is to win over the silos, we need as many people aware of it as possible. So 🤷♂️
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