treatment. kind of doctor fixes broken websites? 

You are underestimating the compounding awesomeness of continually fixing small broken things.

Joe: I have a good name for a play.
Jason: What?
Joe: ‘A Split Yacht Named Desire.’
Jason: Go jump into the harbor right now.

“Disable replies” feature
github.com/tootsuite/mastodon/

It's like an enforced :dont_at_me:, basically!

"If someone is posting something personal/controversial/etc in order shoutout/vent/etc about without the aim of starting a conversation, it could be useful."

If you're into it and you have a Github account, go add your 👍. If you don't have a Github account, give it a boost. ✨

(This is not one of my feature requests, just one that I liked.)

#mastodon #meta #github

“Don’t politicize this funeral” means “don’t honor this person for their life values that I lack and/or oppose”

The Bridge has improved a lot over the months. It allows Twitter users to find their friends on Mastodon.

If you have a Twitter account, consider using it at least once so when your Twitter friends discover Mastodon, they will easily find you here.

If you agree to link your Twitter and Mastodon account, see connecting at least once as a small contribution to the Mastodon community.

bridge.joinmastodon.org/

If you agree, retoot or post your own version.

Empire Strikes Back wasn’t the best Star Wars film.

don’t AT-AT me.

cute cat? that's a follow
cute person? that's a follow
cute name? that's a follow
good take? that's a follow
music fan? that's a follow
musician? that's a follow
disabled or ill? that's a follow
dadaist shitposting? that's a follow
relentless positivity? that's a follow

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