One year, 12 months, 52.17857 weeks, 365.25 days, 8766 hours, and then 31557600 seconds.
on the range of time it differs person to person, from how their condition is and how they use their time. I've been stuck in time once. it was an entrance exam and within that one day, every second it felt like the globe has completed one rotation. and the clock moves so slowly that it starts to stop momentarilly. around 8 hours a time worth of 3 weeks. because I was devouring information so rapidly that for one moment my sanity and sense of existence disappeared. the only importance was to do one thing right, study. while chewing out my own humanity. I failed the test obviously because I became sick. and my remaining sense of being alive was reduced tremendously. most of it happened because I was a (humanly or dare I say normal) mentally ill person.
I like it alot, the fediverse and the whole idea of one big mesh of platforms, everything you have on the "normal" social media but now It's all connected. my personal favorite instance and community, the [Shitty Services](https://shittyurl.org/#services), I don't even want to admit it but if I were not a creator. I would definitely join this community, It's all too funny.
now I only have one problem, I can't find anyone to follow lol. feel free to put your @ or your website down below, now I have my own instance! I'll check yours out.
in regards to time, It's more of a broad question than just for fediverse. it has to do with it because what I do will contribute to it. me myself as an internet creator will attract people here. other thing is, notice something about decentralization? people have these different kinds of platforms (now It's still not as diverse, were kind of missing a few things, like a forum or CMS or... blogger equivalent.)
Creators can use these for free and to further connect to their community at ease, because the fans only need one fediverse account. One artist I'm a fan of had a website, a blogger account, and a twitter account, all of them other than twitter is a dead wasteland, if he had fans in the fediverse. the fans can easily follow his mastodon/pleroma account, his blog account, and etc. now we have more people discovering and interacting with him on these other platform he's doing creation at.
in short It's really great for all creators alike.
how can we achieve this? two things
1. firstly from a creators perspective, simply make it available for the fans by creating on fediverse platforms. tell your fans if they want to interact with you, just make a pleroma account or something. the optional is to make a community instance.
this should be obvious, but they need to list their social platforms somewhere like in their website.
2. secondly, make it easier for us to find the kinds of people were looking for. I had an idea to create a website, or a wiki. divide creators/people into categories; broad ones like, novelist and video creators or maybe Vtubers(?). and then the genre of that genre. non-fiction, dark fantasy, political, gaming, dark content. you know what I mean.
feel free to recommend me one wiki software that I could use. and also a good name for it.
A year seems like a long time, let's see what we can do in that time range.