The Lazy Teddy made a good start at making Hubzilla safe for mere mortals... but the effort appears to have sputtered out
Since I anticipate inviting a bunch of older, non-technical people to join my instance of Hubzilla
) I am on the lookout for easy-to-understand explanations of what Hubzilla
is, why it is to be preferred to commercial offerings and how to use it. @The Lazy Teddy
seem s to have undertaken such a project several years ago -- there are posts, articles and wikis addressing several aspects of Hubzilla
dating from then -- but either she/they felt they were finished or their effort languished after awhile.
That's a shame. I would have liked to see more aspects of Hubzilla
adressed. As it is, I guess I'll have to little-red-hen
the project of more extensive non-technical introductions (although I'll be more generous about sharing them than the LRH was about sharing her bread)
BTW, since my wife is one of the first people I intend to sign up, this:
is a welcome departure from the rampant boys-club atmosphere that seems to prevail in the Hubzilla
Anyway, here's an example of the sort of thing (and, I might add, the sort of person
) I'd like to see more of
The Lazy Teddy email@example.com Gender: Female This is already explained in Hubzilla's help section, but maybe that's too technical, so I'll try to simplify things a little and also explain it in relation to more traditional social networks.Facebook, Twitter, the recently...