The things are changing constantly:
- Lemmy API
- Flutter releases
- Material You (not sure if this will have influence but it's a big change anyway)
So I'd like to thank the developers for all their hard efforts to support the above.
I've just subscribed to https://sopuli.xyz/c/y2k, and now refreshing its local representation here at https://lemmy.ml/community/18886, but still no content. Will continue refreshing and will update this post as soon as I see the content reached this instance, but anyway I'm curious how long it could usually take.
**Update 1:** more than 40 minutes has passed, I see a new post with a video appeared on the remote side, and almost instantly here on lemmy.ml. But the previous post still not here.
Wikipedia and other sources tend to use "the Fediverse", but I've also seen just "Fediverse". From what I know, it depends on whether the term is a proper name or just the name of a unique thing. Could someone please explain how do you think the term should be properly named and why?
A Material-looking mobile optimized UI for Mastodon/Pleroma which follows the Google+ look. The last commit was 8 months ago, and the `muse-ui` library hasn't been updated for 2 years, but still works and looks awesome.
I can remember there was a concept of floating accounts on Matrix, similar to how groups are spread across servers. Accounts are currently tied to a server, but groups live until the last server participating in that group lives. If someone knows a link to a spec or something, I'll be grateful. Will update this post once I find something.
I've spotted that on Friendica, another instance recognizes somehow that you're a Friendica user from somewhere, and kind of logs you in as a remote user, if I remember things correctly.
Wondering if there's any standard or protocol or approach either being discussed or already adopted, for such kind of logins in background as a remote user?
IMO this is how Fediverse and decentralized social networks in general should work. Otherwise we end up constantly logging in on multiple instances. It's a pretty common thing when someone posts a link to a profile or a post on another instance, and even mobile clients such as Tusky sometimes open those links in browser. Who have tried Mastodon remote following or voting, knows it's a pain.