#Plume is a free open federated blogging platform for the Fediverse.
You can find out more at:
You can sign up at:
...and many other instances listed at https://joinplu.me
It's powered by ActivityPub, so you can follow Plume blogs from Mastodon, Friendica, Pleroma and other ActivityPub-powered social networks.
So is it like a normal blog with RSS but also makes it more like twitter when it comes to the comments?
Yeah, I guess so!
I think the idea is to provide an open alternative to medium.com.
@switchingsocial If you have any connection with developers - say them that design is a bit too minimalist and font don't support Cyrillic, so Russian version of website sucks
@SneakBug8 I tried to test this with a random Cyrillic text, and as far as I could see, it was rendered normally?
I mean, there's a Rust library here https://github.com/greyblake/whatlang-rs/releases to help with this, though I am not sure if Plume implements it, or not.
If you feel the problem persisting at this time, @Elza may be able to pass it onto the developers, if you give her more details?
@lufthans I've had a look at your plume blog, but I confess I barely understand the titles. I gather it's programming stuff?!
@GwenfarsGarden Yeah, my blog will be mostly Free Software, specifically system administration, programming and conferences
My cooperative competition post was a first attempt at the topic that I intend to explore for a non-tech audience.
At some point I might also explore the concepts for non-software as the cooperative advantage exists for anything that exchanges ideas
I hope that will work seamlessly at some point
I would actually like to use a Mastodon thread as the comment section for Plume blog posts
Plume account for following from Mastodon:
@switchingsocial Looks like I must switch my blog 🙂
@switchingsocial yeah I like this too. But I search a solution without hosting
mastodon.at is a microblogging site that federates with most instances on the Fediverse.