Place with communities to discuss links and pictures. And vote on them.
That’s the simplest way I can think of.
People post links and then there are comments for discussion. The links are organized by these topic “communities” you can subscribe to. You can vote up and down on links and comments so the good stuff floats to the top. (Sometimes instead of a link people post a picture or a chunk of text, but it works the same way)
I’d just say it’s a content aggregator site with a focus on communities.
maybe a federated megaforum? I’m not sure that’s a good question.
It’s like Digg, but with subreddi… dammit!
An open-source alternative to the nicknamed “the front page of the internet” website
“It’s a lot like that umm one site that you upvote and downvote and stuff on different communities. Only it doesn’t have karma or awards. Oh and its open source and better for your privacy! Come on bruh, its got a cute mouse on the front. You know you wanna~”
It’s like if Twitter was a thematical forum and worked like an email
Lemmy Kilmister’s project when he wasn’t on a tour. He said it was his greatest achievement after music, his women and beer.
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