Fellow panelists here in Berlin: Konrad Lischka, Jochen Spangenberg, Falk Steiner
Konrad opened with pitching algorithmic diversity via ActivityPub, but no one directly suggested #Mastodon
My 2* : The more grammatical and spelling errors content has, the less credibility it has. And that's fairly easy to check programmatically
@dckc I hadn't seen that. It seems a bit out of scope for my expertise, but I'm glad it's happening
@sandro leaving economics out of scope is the naive mistake that got us here, no?
@sandro "The Web is Under Threat. Can RChain Answer?" is my most recent talk: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1GOboFZj311rfGExrtCFp3aaQ2vYhxHqX3qnix21nqo4/edit#slide=id.p
FWIW, I really wish people would put a CW in front of pictures of aaronsw. Or maybe I just need to pay a therapist to help me get over my reactions.
Re: economics, of course I think about economic incentives and every other aspect of humanity I'm aware of, in trying to refine and aim for a solution that I can understand and support...? Maybe I'm missing your point.
@sandro CW... sorry... no, don't get over it.
Requiring all social media to federate would be a big step towards breaking monopolies.
@sandro as far as I know, mastodon is not the only one that implements AP. GNU Social, pleroma, hubzilla .etc
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