In jerboa, when i write a text in the body, and the text is longer than the window is, the cursor is hidden by the keyboard on my android.
This should be fixed, that the focus an cursor is always visible, when writing a text.
Look at the small greed dot. It is the cursor at the end of the text...
Federation with Friendica works great now.
The last days a lot of people came from twitter to fediverse... many of then to mastodon.
I created a community [!email@example.com](https://lemmy.schuerz.at/c/askfedi) for german speaking people for questions around the fediverse, to have a base for all that.
And a mastodon-user, which asked for such a plattform is not able to create new postings. He can only receive new ones and vote and comment...
Is creation from mastodon not implemented now?
Maybe it's the same or similar problem as creation from friendica was?
I found this a few days ago, and use it as alternative to #gotify(up) for notifications on my phone.
I get notifications for SchildiChat (Matrix) and notifications from shell. for example notify me about finished backup from my servers.
#ntfy has advantages over gotify. ntfy can send imagrs, audios, files and even click-events (open a link for example).
and the dev is very good in support and fast.
we solved together my Huawei p30, which kills all connections on activating and deactivating the screen (stupid huawei). So the notification works better than #gotifyup...
Installation of Server is easy as fuck.
Install deb-package and configure your webserver.
Very, very good manuals on the Website. Once installed, the Same website is available with example links to your own installation.
Yesterday i watched a video about the new spaces in matrix and then i posted something in lemmy... and then i thought about the fediverse-group-discussion...
And then i had the idea, that groups in fediverse should exactly work like rooms in matrix.
public communities/groups/forums should be cloned to each instance, where users have joined this group. The updates between all the instances should work similar to git.
private groups or communities should probably only be located on the owners instance.
This could probably solve also the problem in lemmy, where older postings an comments are not fetched. i have to search for each posting an comment, to get them all...
what do you think?
An only-selfhostable social media plattform, working primary offline on your device...
It is pull-based not push-based. And it works in the same LAN/WLAN, or by bluetooth, or USB-Memory-Sticks... and for sure over the internet.
Your Backup are your friends. You only need your e25519-secure key as your "Identity-Passport" to get all your data back, if you loose your device...
And it makes the "loud" Social Media noisy...
Auf meinem Lemmy gibt es eine neue deutschsprachige Community, die sich mit der Entwicklung der Städte und Dörfer in Hinblick auf die verkehrliche, architektonische und städtebauliche Sichtweise konzentriert, die im Umfeld von überbordendem #Autoverkehr, #Klimawandel und zunehmend menschenfeindlicher #Stadtgestaltung bewegt.
Es sollen gute und schlechte Beispiele gezeigt und diskutiert werden, und Strategien wie man den #Umweltverbund aus #Rad, #Fußverkehr und #ÖffentlicherVerkehr stärken und so dem Trend entgegenwirken kann, der zunehmend die Städte und Dörfer umbringt.
I opened my lemmy instance for registration... and the first user registrated was a fucking spam-account...
shows me 4 Users... but where can i see all local users?