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    1. This is an awful idea for anything other than privately testing things, it should not be released to the public like this. The potential for spam, abuse, etc. is very high.

    2. It’s made by notable TERF, Alex Gleason, who has been run off of Fedi for his terrible views at least once.

    3. It doesn’t even fuckin work. I tried it and I got errors every step of the way whenever I tried to do anything.

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      It’s made by notable TERF, Alex Gleason, who has been run off of Fedi for his terrible views at least once.

      How do you get run off Fedi? Isn’t it… federated?

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        Well yes, you can post on your own server no matter what.

        But if enough folks decide to block someone’s server entirely, which is what happened with gleason, then they’re just screaming into a void of their own vitriol.

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      Remember, this could be done with Mastodon too - anything that can be shipped in a container. Pleroma’s just easier to deploy.

      The real conversation that people are missing out on is the fact that the Fediverse has been rediscovering opsec and distributed system security from first principles. The lack of knowledge on the prior art is unfortunate.

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        the Fediverse has been rediscovering opsec and distributed system security from first principles. The lack of knowledge on the prior art is unfortunate.

        As someone doing work in this space, I would love to be presented with a more detailed list of what exactly I’m being ignorant of.

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        What’s the purpose of this service? Considering it can be used to login and harass a user and disappearing before they can respond seems like a service ripe for abuse. Sure many instances will likely just ban this domain, but what are the legitimate uses of this?