Edit: Thanks everyone! We now have 4 people (including me) in the dev team.
As such, we are not looking for more people. Unless you happen to be very very qualified in the fields we’ll be dealing with. (E.g., You work in digital identity management, you’re a specialist in web security, or something else incredible.)
New moderator elections are coming soon! They allow members to get involved in the community. May it be by applying as a moderator, or by engaging in both the debate and the vote.
In this post, I am going to document everything you need to know to participate in either side of the elections. I will even talk about its origin and background.
The long-awaited expansion blog post is finally here!
This is perhaps the single most important update of this month, or maybe even, of this year. I have so much to talk about, oh my Satania.
In this post, I will be explaining the major expansion that Satania Dropout will undergo throughout the coming months. I hope they will get support and that the community will be just excited about this as I am!
So now, roll the intro!
Was feeling a bit like some TED talk speaker as I wrote this article, hence the cover image. Deesco made it.
Welcome back! In the previous blog post, I announced our plans to expand the Satania Dropout community by creating a Mastodon instance to complement the Discord server.
For most of you, this will be your first time using an independent social network, as we are the ones running the instance by ourselves, no companies are involved.
In this blog post, I want to share my predictions about the future of online communities, and explain why I think independent social platforms are the future, to justify my wish of making of Satania Dropout an early actor in this movement.
This post will talk about all indie social networks broadly. Not about Mastodon or the Fediverse specifically.