My blog post about pump.io and the new identi.ca ...
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I think so. That would have turned me off immediately.
I've also been more active on D recently. The awful single post view is still there, but I think new project developers are fixing federation bugs and so on.
Really wish the new devs all the luck, hope they can clean up some of the mess the old devs left. D* really was a great place to be in for a while, which is why I'm so mad at the inital devs for neglecting it in favor of a website that lets you type stupid texts over lolcatz- gifs, and is, of all things, connected to f###book ... man, I was REALLY mad at these guys !!
axel668 (inactive) at 2013-07-13T18:54:17Z
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D* is better now in the hands of the users, that system got the right direction from the start. Not focusing on people but on content, using hashtags as filters. tent is also focused on content but too young, devs dont care much about promoting the framework. pump, for now, feels more about who does what in a frozen stream and people dont care much about what other people does but what says. But is too earlier to judge, I remember how where the youngs KDE SC 4 and GNOME 3 and how evolved