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Maybe someone you know might perchance like to join to be a mod of /r/PortlandMetro?

I originally built v0.5 of Ecosteader to be local themed, but since promotional efforts aren't my thing, and since Silicon Valley hates me -- Twitter did everything it could to stop ecosteader-minded messages from being seen -- earlier iterations stalled before I could smooth out details.

Today, out of respect for the global nature of the Earth's inhabitants, Ecosteader has a more focused mission.

Anyway, glad to find another lady of the trees. ϕ

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What makes Ecosteader different from Mastodon? Is it your fork?

@salixlucida The better instances have a theme of content they welcome, the "generalist" ones get to be too spammy like Twitter.

We share a genre of content, which overlaps some -- but not all -- with others like @sunbeam.city

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Ecosteader is a network for builders, designers, and innovators of "green" or eco-friendly habitats, gardens, homesteads, farms, artwork, and more. Participate in ecological democracy by designing and building your local communities around sustainable practices. We put shared soil first: because you can't be an #ecologist without being an activist. First Amendment rights to free, political speech are among the truths we hold to be self-evident. Please keep boycotting HomeDepot!