One of the biggest strengths of the fediverse (and free software) movements is how it brings people to collaborate and to spur that, we need spaces to organize. I see here and across the fediverse that people want to help out but don’t know how.

I’ve just started a set of Matrix rooms (with a bridged Discord server so that the chat platform doesn’t get in the way of people wanting to participate) where people can do the following:

  • strategize on how to best promote the fediverse
  • collaborate on their free-culture/federated projects and find people to help
  • promote their own fediverse content, find fediverse creators to follow, and offer feedback to others’

The video has been uploaded and the server is up. If you have any ideas, any ways you’d like to help, or just want to chat, join!

I really do believe this is gonna be crucial to pulling off our task. Real-time chat is more personal and live so it’s easier to collaborate and build a community.

If you’re interested, join here:

Sagar Acharya

Asking to drop their IG isn’t practical. IG posts earn them money. PixelFed posts don’t. We can ask them to post on both IG and PixelFed. Cross posting bot is good for those who allow to clone their posts in PixelFed. Anyone with many followers, not just hot women!

Above solutions are still forced solutions. People aren’t naturally coming towards such platforms. Random ads aren’t problematic, targeted ones are!

Root solution to this will come from creating earning opportunities on free software platforms. And earning opportunity can be created once atleast the hosts of these platforms are above survival conditions. We all know about feneas.


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Fedivangelism is a portmanteau of “fediverse” and “evangelism”.

The purpose of this community is to provide a space where those interested in seeing federated platforms succeed can collaborate to help grow the ecosystem.

If you’d like to participate more directly, join us on Discord or Matrix!

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