@blinks I'd love to, sign me up
@ghost_bird do they always come with a downside?
@compostablespork that's so cool
@ScottMortimer @firstname.lastname@example.org why are people moving across to tabletop.social?
@hardcorenarrativist I don't think so, unless they commented they probably don't have enough motivation to care. I haven't done online play but from what I've heard you basically need to overbook because so many people drop.
Love to have content only be shared with people who have explicitly said they want it at the whim of the algorithm
Yeah I realise this now lol
The fedorated feed is a bit too chaotic for me, in the end the solution might be too make dummy accounts in fedorated instances and follow good accounts from there on my main.
My number 1 desire for Mastodon (and how I assumed it worked when I started ) is that I could take my account with my to different instances. So if dice.camo is federated to tabletop.social I wish I could post on tabletop.social as tom@dicecamp and only have the toot appear on tabletop.social.
Number 2 desire is that I could follow users from other instances in a mega feed.
Do you not post these on Twitter too? I feel like I only see them here.
When decentralization is a weakness
Ive never done it but I imagine in here and r/rpg_design. I imagine there's probably a G+ group too.
Yeah the same thing happens on Twitter
Hey @olde_fortran it looks like dice camp is somewhat shitting itself. A few of us aren't having toots show up.
literally ultros from ff6
A Mastodon instance for tabletop gamers.