[Members] Lemmy Community Check In

E.M. emus at mailbox.org
Mon Aug 29 17:09:18 UTC 2022


Ok, I wasn't aware of this. But how high would the costs be or is are there options to self-host?

Anyway, I personally haven't been active there so far, but it looks like a modern tool to me. And going away again, even I wasn't happy with the process before, seems odd to me.
(If we decide to go away I would be happy to have consens in XSF where we want to go with in the future before just deploying something else. It does not help, if noone uses services in the end, right?)

Are there any stats about the usage so far?
What's your impression?

Cheers

Aug 29, 2022 4:35:13 PM Sam Whited <sam at samwhited.com>:

> We do not host it, hosting is being provided free for 1 year by the
> folks who develop Lemmy.
> 
> —Sam
> 
> On Mon, Aug 29, 2022, at 10:08, E.M. wrote:
>> Hello Sam,
>> 
>> thanks for evaluating.
>> 
>> I am a bit confused that costs are mentioned now. I thought we host it
>> on our own infrastructure?
>> 
>> Cheers, Eddie
>> 
>> Aug 27, 2022 1:15:38 PM Sam Whited <sam at samwhited.com>:
>> 
>>> Hi all,
>>> 
>>> It's been 4 months since I launched an XMPP focused Lemmy instance
>>> (TL;DR — like Reddit, but federated) and aside from an initial spam
>>> wave, so far it's going well, though it's also a little quiet. This
>>> post is just a check in to see how folks are feeling about it. I
>>> wanted to see how many XSF members have tried it, and whether they
>>> think it's a good idea to maintain going forwards? Have you had any
>>> good or bad experiences with it? Other thoughts about how things are
>>> going? We have the hosting for free for 1 year, so plenty of time
>>> left to try it and make a decision before then!
>>> 
>>> If you haven't tried it, head over to https://community.xmpp.net/ and
>>> sign up for an account!
>>> 
>>> —Sam
>>> 
>>> --
>>> Sam Whited
> 
> -- 
> Sam Whited


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