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Attached: 1 image Pixelfed Groups beta, coming soon to a :pixelfed: near you! #pixelfed #groups
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09 hilabete

Hopefully this is implemented like https://github.com/bookwyrm-social/bookwyrm/issues/1548 using the Group Actor type of AP, in order to be compatibile, otherwise there’s little point for it.

@nutomic@lemmy.ml
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09 hilabete

Interesting, it seems that every project implements groups in wildly different ways. Both bookwyrm and pleroma are going for private groups primarily, with public groups as an afterthought.

@humanetech@lemmy.ml
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09 hilabete

Yes, it seems to be the only way that fediverse evolves… organically, haphazardly maybe. I don’t know whether that is good or bad, but I find it a bit disheartening to see that it so hard to get a bit of broader collaboration off the ground. The prior discussion on SocialHub on Standardizing ActivityPub Groups (which was a continuation of a much older discussion) has sorta stalled again. Though still the occasional reply seeps in…

@the_tech_beast@lemmy.ml
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010 hilabete

Hmm… interesting

I wonder what the use case for groups will be. Share photos to only selected people?

@Stephen304@lemmy.ml
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19 hilabete

The screenshots look like its essentially facebook groups, which would be nice because im in a lot of facebook meme groups and havent seen any federated alternatives with a UX that i feel i could really pitch to somone deep into instagram / fb / whatsapp land.

@vis4valentine@lemmy.ml
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010 hilabete

That actually looks good. Lets see how people use it

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