@Oceane We have indeed been optimising the speed of both the backend and UI, glad it is bearing fruit 馃槄

The other milestone we're working on is federation, for which we introduced 3 different settings: github.com/bonfire-networks/...

Currently federation is locked down on here while we optimise some more things (like limiting how many replies are automatically fetched in threads) and then we'll change it to on-demand.

BTW when the instance is set to on-demand users can still lock down federation for themselves, and when federation is enabled they can set themselves to on-demand or disabled. This is currently the only exception to all admin settings being fully overridable by users [besides the more obvious ones in "instance configuration" such as instance name and max file upload size].

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@Oceane We have indeed been optimising the speed of both the backend and UI, glad it is bearing fruit 馃槄

The other milestone we're working on is federation, for which we introduced 3 different settings: github.com/bonfire-networks/...

Currently federation is locked down on here while we optimise some more things (like limiting how many replies are automatically fetched in threads) and then we'll change it to on-demand.

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@mayel @versolalto @silmathoron I'm not trying to speak on behalf of the Mastodon developers but there seems to be less and less bugs, that's an amazing job

Also if you were to add OpenBadges compat I'd want an 鈥渆arly investor鈥 badge (y'know, 鈥渆arly social investor鈥)

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@ivan Hmm so now I'm just replying to you by default?

Yep, it might be the 7th time both Doug and I get mentioned in a thread about this (generally, I mention him)

On a network of 3 millions of users, with a strong 鈥淢ozilla Firefox鈥 culture, you could generate a few millions of dollars a year of revenue with that right?

They should be paying you to develop it

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BTW when the instance is set to on-demand users can still lock down federation for themselves, and when federation is enabled they can set themselves to on-demand or disabled. This is currently the only exception to all admin settings being fully overridable by users [besides the more obvious ones in "instance configuration" such as instance name and max file upload size].