If you're currently on a massive server like mastodon.social, you might want to consider moving your account to a smaller server.
You can keep your followers when you change servers, here's how to do it: https://mstdn.social/@feditips/107939441820299376
There are lots of good things about smaller servers:
-Better moderation, because there are more staff per member.
-Smaller servers tend to have more personality, with a village feel.
-The local timeline on smaller servers is much more readable.
-Smaller servers protect the Fediverse as a whole from being taken over, because lots of smaller servers are harder to buy than a few big servers.
-It's easier to make a difference on smaller servers. It's easier to discuss things with the admin and other members.
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I love art and it's great getting all the art follow recommendations. But i noticed art accounts for like 80% of my follows, and i am wanting more game-dev stuff.
I know it's also a function of how energetically @Curator boosts these posts, but i don't want to unfollow them.
Is there a game-dev "fedicenter" somewhere that i can follow?
Thanks for any advice!
Throwback Thursday to when I painted Thor going fishing with the giant Hymer. Thor baits a large hook with an ox head, which Jörmungandr bites. Thor pulls the serpent from its depths, and readies his hammer to kill it. Hymer goes pale with fear - he knows that if the snake's head rise above the water, the world will end. As Thor goes for the kill, the giant cuts the line, leaving the serpent to sink beneath the waves.
#MastoArt #vikings #DigitalArt #DigitalPainting #dragon
Dang, i forgot the hashtags again
@MorphicOne@koyu.space The fediverse is not just built on Mastodon, and that's the beautiful thing about it!
There's other software besides Mastodon, like Pleroma and Misskey, which are Twitter alternatives. Write.as, which is a blogging platform. PeerTube, which is a YouTube alternative, and so on!
The fediverse is extensible, and that in itself is really powerful.
PeopleMaking.Games is an instance for all of the wonderful folks who Make Games Happen, both to talk about interactive experiences and the craft of making them, and as a welcome home base in the fediverse. Invite Only for organic growth.