[-] informapirata 2 points 2 months ago

Thanks for the mention. This is a very interesting and informative page for all users of the fediverse

[-] informapirata 1 points 2 months ago

God likes voluntary suffering

[-] informapirata 1 points 2 months ago
[-] informapirata 1 points 3 months ago

You're right, sorry 🤦‍♂️ 🙇‍♂️ : the federated instance was threads.ruin.io, not threads.net

[-] informapirata 1 points 3 months ago

Yes, I think so too, but it is a choice that is up to the administrators because it can have dramatic repercussions on the maintenance of the server

[-] informapirata 1 points 3 months ago

Um... that's not what it looks like from the relevant page: https://sh.itjust.works/instances

[-] informapirata 3 points 3 months ago* (last edited 3 months ago)

Now I understand: I thought that federating Threads was a deliberate choice, but it was probably an incidental phenomenon simply due to the large numbers managed by your instance.

Probably one of the ten Instagram executives who have a federated profile has tried to search for one of your contents. Or he found the message of a followed user who participated in one of your threads in his Timeline. Or they are simply experimenting with your instance...😁

I said the wrong thing here. Excuse me~~In any case, there is at least one other Lemmy instance, probably for the same reason: it is an instance that handles quite large numbers anyway:~~ ~~https://sh.itjust.works/instances~~

EDIT: no it is not true: https://lemmy.world/comment/7949266

[-] informapirata 3 points 3 months ago

Of course you are right (sorry, but in my message I wrote federata instead of defederate)

[-] informapirata 7 points 3 months ago

I understand your choices well. We have made an internal evaluation on the opportunity to federate Threads with our instances: with the mastodon poliversity.it instance we decided to silence Threads; with the Friendica poliverso.org instance we used the newly introduced functionality to obfuscate all the personal data of our users towards Threads; with the Lemmy feddit.it instance, however, we decided to leave the federation to try to allow Italian Threads users (feddit.it is an Italian-speaking instance) to use activitypub groups and discover the "free Fediverse"

[-] informapirata 10 points 3 months ago

Yes, but I can't "find" Threads content from Lemmy.world

[-] informapirata 5 points 3 months ago* (last edited 3 months ago)

In reality, any user can force federation by simply searching for the handle of a user or content of the fedeverse from the search box of their instance. This method always works unless the instance has been previously defederated.

The problem is that from feddit.it I can't "find" the contents of Threads (and not even from lemmy.world), even when they are those of the ten Instagram executives visible from mastodon.social and from any other instance that has not defederated Threads

submitted 3 months ago by informapirata to c/fediverse

Hi everyone, I’m one of the administrators of the Lemmy feddit.it instance - my nick is @poliverso@[email protected]

Together with our fellow administrators, based on some impact assessments, we have decided not to operate any preventative block against Threads, but I am not aware that we are still federated. I noticed that your instance is federated to Threads instead, but I don’t understand how this was possible. The strange thing is that, from your instance, it is still not possible to view those dozen Threads accounts that are currently “federable”. So I wanted to ask you: is there a way to force federation?

Thanks in advance for your feedback, sorry for the inconvenience and best wishes for a happy holiday!

submitted 4 months ago* (last edited 4 months ago) by informapirata to c/fediverse

cross-posted from: https://www.informapirata.it/2024/01/02/is-it-possible-to-publish-posts-about-lemmy-from-your-wordpress-blog/

Is it possible to publish posts about Lemmy from your Wordpress blog? If this post appears in the @[email protected] community then this hypothesis will be confirmed!


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