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Introducing https://fediverse.info - a bespoke guide to the fediverse!

Some highlights include

⚡ People Directory - opt-in directory of people based on topics

⚡ Projects list

⚡ Mobile Apps list

We're working to improve our FAQ section and add additional projects! #fediverse #activitypub #fediverseInfo
Great to see that your passion for the fediverse keeps growing!! Thanks for another amaizing tool 🥳
watching closely! thanks for the amazing resources
what an incredible site, great job!!
Awesome! Nice job!

Also, you might want to consider making it work without JavaScipt. It would make it a whole lot more accessible to folks who can't use JS for some reason or another.
The information there is very incomplete and thus misleading. Mastodon centred. Therefore not very helpful.
People search here https://fediverse.info/explore/people along with instructions how to add yourself to the directory
what a wonderful new addition to the #Fediverse that will benefit us all to find our ways around!

A beautiful design, like all the projects @dansup is involved in. This shows the love and dedication to expand that #PeopleVerse we are collectively shaping. Thank you so much, Daniel! 😍
@hbenjamin

It seems there is no way to contribute to this website. The are many iOS clients that are missing from their list (esp. "toot!"), there is no way to contact the people behind it to suggest improvement or report issues. There is no About page either.

Do you know how the people behind it can be contacted?
Doesn't seem to work for pleroma instances. But cool initiative! :)
It should work with pleroma, you have to add the #fedi22 hashtag to your bio before submitting!
ye... i tried to add @basspistol there. Tag is in the header and all, but i get this error:
error message stating "nvalid …
error message  stating "nvalid response from remote instance"
It worked by adding `https ://t.basspistol.org/users/basspistol` (without the space) !
I'm trying to sign up to the directory but can't figure out my savings address... What am I doing wrong? @yair

It would be `https ://tooot.im/@mux2000` (without the space)
cool that worked. My mistake was adhering too closely to the example given 😁
cool! signed up :)
can I help with a translation?
nice initiative, thanks!
Any way we can contribute to the code?

In the meantime, a couple of remarks:
- the contrast on the website is quite low, which may be an issue for accessibility (check e.g. with https://color.a11y.com)
- even though the directory comes from users, don't you need some kind of official disclaimer regarding the data stored? (I don't personally mind, I think explanations are clear, I'm just wondering for you, from a legal perspective)

Kkeep up the good work! :)
Interesting idea. I'll give it a go.
Hope to see #WordPress on your list too
This looks amazing! If you're thinking of translating it, I'd be glad to help.
typo on the “explore people” page (acccount with 3 c). How can the community contribute to the site overall? Could do with an “about fediverse.info” section to explain who is behind it / how to report issues :-)
I'd like to share this around but it looks too mastodon-centric and it may send the wrong message around that the whole fediverse is just Mastodon.
Thanks for the feedback, in your opinion, what can we do to reduce the mastodon-centric nature?
@ademan I'm particularly talking about stuff like this. It kind of sends the wrong message that Mastodon has been around since 2008, for example, being a very recent project in terms of fediverse lifetime.

My opinion is that people that comes from other parts from the internet cares less about the nature of the servers (being pleroma, mastodon, misskey, etc). And they just want good entry points to the fediverse.

I would point out that there are "4 main fediverse server types (mastodon, pleroma, misskey and pixelfed)" and then share three or four featured instances of each flavor where people can start off their fedi experience.

Great points! I've hidden those two sections for now and will overhaul the landing page after work. Thanks again for your feedback!
It seems like it can't find the #fedi22 despite it being present
hey! You could include the @Castopod, the podcasting plataform :blobcat:
Any chance folks could just use toot:discoverable in their profile (in addition to and/or instead of the #fedi22 hashtag)? Let's try and save hashtags for actual interests and not visibility management and bot allowance and web trackers/hoovers and whatnot. It's just litter and clutter for humans trying to search profiles. Besides, speaking from experience; #fedi22 will seem awfully short-sighted and ridiculous 5-6 years from now.
@mike That's a great idea, I'll look into that. Ideally we'll fallback to #fedi22 if that isn't supported!
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If an Agora hears about a [[wikilink]] or #hashtag, it will try to resolve them for you and link your resources in the [[nodes]] or #nodes you mention.
If an Agora hears about a [[wikilink]] or #, it will try to resolve them for you and link your resources in the [[nodes]] or # you mention.
If an Agora hears about a [[wikilink]] or #, it will try to resolve them for you and link your resources in the [[nodes]] or # you mention.
If an Agora hears about a [[wikilink]] or #, it will try to resolve them for you and link your resources in the [[nodes]] or # you mention.
If an Agora hears about a [[wikilink]] or #, it will try to resolve them for you and link your resources in the [[nodes]] or # you mention.
If an Agora hears about a [[wikilink]] or #, it will try to resolve them for you and link your resources in the [[nodes]] or # you mention.