I understand about the older activities. I was surprised at how few in the last 7 days. But apparently, that was all. And the system is working, I haven't been very active.
Maybe so....the system seems to be working otherwise...just not me...
I found a way to invite people, previously provided by @ivan
so thanks. Explicit invitations would still be a good feature....
People in that social.coop Loomio thread would like to get accounts in bonfire.social.coop . I have an account there but I don't think I can give accounts to other people, unless I am missing something.
@bonfire @ivan @mayel invitations would be a great feature. Might need some special permissions, though...
I've been keeping a close eye on Bonfire, and I really think that it's leaps and bounds ahead of Mastodon in terms of design intent and moderation usability.
" Lots more at the link...
As I said in that other channel, I think it's too early to count onn the Driftless group doing anything. But if not them, I have another regional group in mind.
So early days of a conversation, or maybe more than one conversation. In all of them, I am the person who wants a Driftless Bonfire site, and nobody else is there yet.
Where does federation fit in the Bonfire upcoming roadmap?
- servers.coop is an initiative started by the same people as coop-cloud to setup a cooperative network of hosters, but I'm not sure how operational it is yet
- hetzner is a german company that's common choice among FOSS and fediverse folks
I tried to post this same content before and it went off into space somewhere. If it landed in the Bonfire campground and this is a duplicate, sorry, but i don't see my first try anywhere.
I wanted to ask about CoopCloud, which bonfirenetworks.org/docs/dep...
recommends for deployment.
But from skimming their doc, looks like they don't offer an actual cloud that I can deploy on, just some software for people to install on some other server.
Is that correct? And if so, got any recommendations for where to actually install Bonfire software?
Seems snappier today. What did you do to speed it up?
(Or am I dreaming...?)
Plus my old computer still works so if I really need to meet y'all on Element/Matrix I can do it.
This is my new computer:
So far, I like it, but transferring all my accounts to a new box is painful.
Transferring my Bonfire account was not too bad,
Got connected to Bonfire Campground, but have not been able to connect to the Element/Matrix channels we share. Will probably give up on getting them working on my new box, their instructions are very very picky and I continue to fail to follow them properly (apparently; alternatively their instructions have many bugs).
So I can talk to y'all on Bonfire and social.coop, which I prefer anyway. Email works, too.