Hello again!

Aqeel Zafar at 2017-05-02T11:39:38Z

It's nice to see pump.io in active development again, but there seem to be much less people here than there used to be couple of years ago.

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Haha, well said.

I rarely have anything interesting to share, so I usually disappear from all social networks for extended periods of time.

Also, last I was here, there hadn't been any pump.io development for about 9 months, so I was mainly just commenting on what has changed since I was last here :P

Aqeel Zafar at 2017-05-02T13:14:37Z

>> Aqeel Zafar:

“[...] I rarely have anything interesting to share, so [...]”

Oh, but you can contribute a lot just by commenting on posts or sharing them =)


Development of the Pump.io core picked up pace over a year ago. Other parts never stopped, actually.


We're actually on the way to adopting the new ActivityPub standard, which will be adopted by other federated networks too. That will allow Pump.io to interfederate with those other players in a big network.

JanKusanagi @i at 2017-05-02T13:22:08Z

der.hans, Diane Trout likes this.

That'll be nice. As I like the feature-set of pump.io, but find diaspora*'s web client to be most polished, while I primarily use GNU Social, as that's the community I know best :)

Aqeel Zafar at 2017-05-02T13:39:50Z

>> Aqeel Zafar:

“[...] but find diaspora*'s web client to be most polished, [...]”

Well, it should be, since it's the only client they have xD


BTW, re: the number of people, as usual, it depends on who you follow. People you follow might have gone away, but there might be many new users you're not following. You'll see them around in other people's posts if you actually use this a little =)

JanKusanagi @i at 2017-05-02T13:54:16Z