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Re: Debian identi.ca account/group after migration to pump.io

On Thu, Oct 10, 2013 at 05:24:24PM +0800, Paul Wise wrote:
> It has a couple of disadvantages I can think of:

Right. It seems to me that both are related to the fact that proper
interaction with other users of a social network is intrinsically a
social-network-specific (rather than -agnostic) activity. If you want to
live-"tweet", you really want to do that on the platform in question, if
you want to keep react to interactions with others, same.

AFAICT this is not in opposition with the idea of a central source for
the "tweets". But it does add an extra requirement: that source should
not be the only source, but it should rather be possible to have other
"tweets" on each social network.  That way we can have a common baseline
for all of them, and invite volunteers to do the extra work of
interactive on a network-by-network basis.

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