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Developer & Musician


: a Mastodon instance, where every new account is a random generated fantasy RPG character, and you'd be locked out of editing your name, pic and bio; all of which would comprise your charactersheet.
Followers and followees would be replaced by XP and level counters.
Bots would administer loot/magic items/weapons and other both would pop up to be random encounters or dungeon crawls or even story lines run by admin GMs.

MUD meet social web.



I've just been told about the Briar Project, which seems pretty awesome.
If their approach could be extended with...
● multi-device / multi-node identities
● webserver based nodes for bridging to the classical web - mostly aimed at all those who don't need absolute security

Given those two (admittedly huge) extensions to Briar's model, and some Mastodon-level (or better) UX, I think this could replace facebook nicely.



Every so often I have to explain federated networks to folks and it's p easy to do with art?

- draw the Twitter logo on its own

- draw some mastodons, wolves ect and draw links between them

- explain that its basically lots of small twitter's that talk to each other

People normally get this first time this way tbh?


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