Accessible front ends for Pleroma?
Linux for blind general discussion
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Sat Nov 26 14:58:22 UTC 2022
it's possible to locate and join existing servers but those need
researching so if you're not a maga character and accidentally join a
maga-oriented or maga-only server you'll be disappointed. Different
servers have different content and different moderation in place.
Jude <jdashiel at panix dot com> "There are four boxes to be used in
defense of liberty:
soap, ballot, jury, and ammo. Please use in that order."
-Ed Howdershelt (Author, 1940)
On Fri, 25 Nov 2022, Linux for blind general discussion wrote:
> Thanks for the info. I'm not at all sure that I want to set up a server, but I'm interested in knowing about the most accessible clients.
> -r (Rich Morin)
> > On Nov 25, 2022, at 21:26, Linux for blind general discussion <blinux-list at redhat.com> wrote:
> > I was thinking about running something like this. I mean I already have Friendica, which is easy to get up and running, but then I heard Pleroma may be harder to get started, but may perform better. I'm not sure what front ends are or are not accessible, although I have heard that pleroma-fe I think it's called, which is the default front end that I believe ships with it, works pretty well with screen readers. If you do get the back end server up and running, it may be worth trying the various front end web services available for it to find the one you like the best. From what I understand, you can switch them out fairly easily. Welcome to the Fediverse.
> > ~Kyle
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