Sweet! My Favorite Micro Blogging Platform, Misskey, Got A Write Up.
While Hubzilla is by far my favorite Fediverse, communications client/server software, Misskey is a really close second, so I was happy to see an article hyping her up:Like Mastodon and Pleroma, Misskey is also a micro-blogging platform. The platform was developed and created in Japan, which is still reflected in the English translations on the Misskey-Hub homepage . The project can also be found on Github . Again, many issues are in Japanese. DeepL helps here with translations.At first glance, this may deter users and administrators.In Europe, Misskey is still relatively unknown, since the top dog Mastodon, here mainly through large instances, blocks the view of end users for alternatives. Misskey also communicates via the Activity Pub protocoland is therefore able to communicate with Mastodon, Pleroma, Pixelfed, Peertube, Writefreely, Friedica and Co.
It's a very detailed, one could almost say, sweet article, that describes the many functions, bells and whistles, that are found in Misskey. I'm running my own instance, right now too and if a tragic moron like me can do it, almost anyone can. The article
is in my third favorite language, German, my first two are English and Swedish. Danish and Norwegian, follow. Then French and the other Romance languages. That's all the dirversity I can stand.