I have shared my first thing on thingiverse
FUTURE OF WORK
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Original tweet : https://twitter.com/hackaday/status/1265759774727180290
Git already supports "federation" in the sense that it does not play favourites with git servers (duh!).
But the metadata -- issues, merge requests, comments, etc -- and how easy it is to find, fork, and contribute to software projects is what's keeping people on GitHub.
The next step should be clear: creating and implementing a protocol for federated issue tracking and merge requests.
Again I have surfed too far
federować czy risky? xD
We're chatting on the "fediverse", in which a bunch of "instances" "federate" with each other. These words, oft repeated, lose some of their meaning, but think deeper into the etymology of the fediverse.
This is not a platform, it is a federation (noun) of soverign platforms (plural). The true, profound power of the fediverse is in its decentralized governance and the treaties established between its soverign states.