on January 29, 2009
in Art Of Community Entries, Community
Just to let you folks know, I have signed up for identi.ca with the username jonobacon. I am posting to both identi.ca and Twitter using the glorious Gwibber, originally from my friend and yours, Ryan Paul.
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Why not just use pidgin?
You have been on it for all of 10 minutes and already have more activity than I do :p I find myself getting bored of microblogging and finding it useless for about 99% of the time, that 1% is when I am on the train from the city after a night of mass booze. Or when I partake in a dance off to let everyone know I was cheated yet again
Cool, it’s nice to see things become freer. I’d change the ‘Twitter Updates’ title on the side if the aim is to promote the free option though.
@ethana2: I have been using the mb-purple plugin for pidgin, it causes pidgin to crash periodically, do you have a stable plugin to use? I would really dig it…
Ja, ich bin ein widersprÃ¼chlicher Geist.
Ja, der Dienst ist fremdgehostet.
Ja, ich habe es doch getan.
(Lasst mich bitte am Leben).
AuslÃ¶ser war dieses Posting unseres Community Managers und die Lizenz….
Yes! Finally! Freedom at last! Going to subscribe you right now.
Identi.ca supports XMPP (like Twitter used to), so you donâ€™t need any plugâ€“ins, just add the bot to your roster.
Or you could post solely to Identi.ca through Gwibber/some XMPP client, and have Identi.ca then forward all posts to Twitter. That way all your new tweets show up as “from Identica”. Deliciously wicked!
@Jeff: Yeah, that’s what I do. Works great. In realtime, too.
Like Fab I also post to Twitter via Identi.ca and forward it. Gotta support the AGPL! I like Gwibber though, great little tool. Nice one for joining the light side Jono. Subscribing now. If anyone wants to find me on Identica it’s http://identi.ca.dantheman
Wait, Aq is this anorexic slightly femme bald dude or the pudgy bearded one?
And if youre gonna go on a trip to memory lane, then take a look at this hairy lad:
[...] all the posts on planet ubuntu lately about twitter it got me thinking about my micro-blogging habits and how I [...]
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