@mdallastella and everyone would lose all their posts and followers and you would have to start fresh cause there isn't import between the two yet
@mdallastella Can you give more details, or a list of reasons to switch? The only such request that I've seen was related to post length limit in Mastodon.
If you do decide to switch, a list of reasons to do so will sweeten the bitter pill a bit (at least for me :) (the pillow being bitter because change, however small, is always a disruption)
@minoru The reasons/plus are:
- 5000 post characters instead of 500
- Custom instance emoji (?)
The only reasons that interest me are:
- Elixir instead of Ruby
- Lighter on hardware requirement
But I currently happy about Mastodon.
I'm against it purely because I don't think it's worth the hassle. I wouldn't mind it if the switch is seamless, however.
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