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If the user doesn't want their posts to be visible to the public, surely they shouldn't post them as public posts?
I understand the point you're making, that people may not want posts visible outside Mastodon, but I don't see how that's connected to embedding.
A public post is visible to the entire internet whether it's embedded or not. If you don't want that, you should not post using the public setting.
Thanks for taking the time, but I'm not completely sure what you mean?
If a toot is public, it is visible to everyone anyway?
(This is a genuine question! I'm not trying to argue, just want to find out more about this issue )
I don't think embedding works with non-public toots?
Hmm... that's interesting.
I see it, but I assumed it was because it's my account and I'm logged in.
Maybe this is a bug of some sort?
I'm guessing that clicking on it doesn't work?
Did you know you can embed toots from Mastodon on other websites and blogs?
Just click the "..." at the bottom of a toot and select "embed" to get the HTML code.
Here's an example of it in action:
Maybe tax-funded public broadcasters could reinvent themselves as the makers of online infrastructure?
@cubicgarden works at BBC R&D and recently posted about a project to do with personal data storage, what if things like this were taken further, given more priority?
What if the same ethos behind public broadcasting was put to use building public internet resources? (If offline broadcast is on the way out anyway, it could be a lifeline for the public broadcasters too.)
@switchingsocial is there some good "open" alternatives to google keep (and other similar tools)? Possibly something that (in order of preference):
Allow to save the texts in some common file format;
Directly encript the saved files;
it's open source. Thanks! (disclaimer, due to lack of time I didn't searched on any search engine before asking here 🙂 )
Hi, I think I saw a message from you earlier!
A pot as in collecting money? Like a "tip jar"?
Easy-to-use privacy-conscious apps and sites for non-technical people:
mastodon.at is a microblogging site that federates with most instances on the Fediverse.