Test post for federated comments in #socialhome
We now have infinite scrolling in all streams at #Socialhome. Scroll content until your browser runs out of memory!
Next: #federated comments. Still wont see if anyone replies to these posts - hoping to solve that soon!
All this #Mastodon buzz going on makes me think again of hacking #OStatus #federation support for #Socialhome, before trying to do #ActivityPub. Let's see if the buzz is still going on when I most likely have time to do it, around June when I'm off from work for a few months :)
#Socialhome gets its second contributor. Thanks to contributor Jari Winberg, images in content creator don't overflow the preview window any more. Appreciated!
Ps. Our issue tracker has a newcomer label for issues that should be relatively easy to tackle even without too much knowledge of the code base or #Django. Take a look if you want to contribute to a fresh software stack in #TheFederation!
#Socialhome now has a "single content view" ie an url for each content. Clicking the content timestamp in the streams opens up the single content view in a modal. When arriving directly via an url, the single content view opens in a dedicated page.
URL's are a combination of content ID and a "slug" generated from the text. The slug part (which is optional) should help with SEO rankings. Since Socialhome is meant for permanent articles too, this becomes more important than for the average social media post.
Testing basic single content view for #Socialhome.
Next: showing local and remote comments!
## Project: Socialhome !(https://jasonrobinso...
#Socialhome doesn't have a separate mobile view. Everything is designed mobile first to keep it that way.
Trying out the new #socialhome network. Wondering how it compares with the very familiar and easy Diaspora interface. It's different, but nice!
Fast code review guaranteed :)
A picture is worth a thousand words
#Socialhome really shines with image based content. Plan is to also have the possibility to view any stream with just the images it contains.
Current looks like this (missing author info, reactions and timestamp):
What do you think?
New to #SocialHome.
Hello world. #firstpost
cybette here, you can also find me on Diaspora*
Create an account and create some content!
Please note however that the software is in early stages and does not support a whole set of features from the federation layer, for example. Social interactions are not yet implemented, so comments and likes will not arrive back.
Socialhome doesn't make a distinction between profile and other created content. All profile content you create can be pushed via the federation layer to other nodes in #TheFederation.
Hey yo, test