RSS? We're not in the stone age.
HTTPS? Who needs that?
Static content without JS delivery from big tech? Forget it.
Decentralized social media? What is that even
@rostiger I was thinking about this the other day. We use Signal for everything when it comes to our activist groups due to encryption, but it makes it so damn hard to organize. And at the end of the day, we don't own that software; we rely on the goodwill of Signal to not take our communications and do something with it.
I agree and also find it unnecessarily difficult. Just a personal recommendation: a truly open source and legitimately decentralized messaging platform is Session, but it's occasionally buggy, especially with group messages, and doesn't provide audio or video messaging at this time. However, I recommend it IF your work could get you in legal trouble (now or in some future), as even the metadata is encrypted and the messages are never stored in any central database.
@dualhammers Sorry, I got a bit ranty. T'was a huge exaggeration. But when I mention RSS to app devs their responds lean towards pitiful smiles.
@rostiger Yeah, well they're primed to think anything that doesn't lead to another startup is a waste of time
@dualhammers Convincing people is so exhausting that I'd rather talk to those who already are. But echo chambers aren't useful either, so I suppose there needs to be a certain amount of friction.
@rostiger you don't convince people by talking, you convince people by showing then, sometimes, talking
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