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Mastodon on Bridgy

Mastodon is now on Bridgy! Both backfeed and publish (aka POSSE) are fully supported. Feel free to try them out! And let me know if you hit any bugs, problems, or missing features.

(If you’re already using Bridgy Fed for Mastodon, don’t worry, it’s not going anywhere! I use it myself. Bridgy’s new Mastodon support is a simpler, lightweight alternative for people who’d prefer to treat Mastodon as a silo, using a native account, instead of directly federating their web site itself.)

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18 thoughts on “Mastodon on Bridgy

  1. Great stuff! That’s putting my own work to get Meetup.com support to shame – unfortunately not got a huge amount of time to invest into it on its own

  2. Great stuff! That’s putting my own work to get Meetup.com support to shame – unfortunately not got a huge amount of time to invest into it on its own

  3. Seeing a lot of failed attempts at reaching www, which is due to Mastodon’s marking up of URLs, where https://www. is wrapped in span tags and hidden.

  4. Fun fact: now that I’ve enabled this and restored crossposting to Twitter, some peeps are going to start to see duplicates (and worse, if the post originates from my personal [“IndieWeb”] site). (Sorry.)

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  • Jack Jamieson
  • Bookmark: Mastodon on Bridgy - Digging the Digital
  • joe jenett

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