Talk:Mastodon

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Although I was not the user who undid the edit adding “pawoo.net”, I figured I’d clarify that Pawoo.net is a corporate owned Japanese instance representing Pixiv, and is actually blocked or silenced by many instances due to its policies permitting loli/shota content. 2600:1008:B108:8709:2C3E:4238:CE18:5758 08:52, 21 December 2018 (EST)

Non-anthro?[edit]

I think this might be a mistake, but the mascot is labeled as non-anthropomorphic despite him showing very human traits (i.e. standing on two legs, painting, doing generally human things, etc.) DonutBandit (talk) 19:46, 31 May 2019 (EDT)

Also silenced here[edit]

Apologies if I'm using this page incorrectly, I'm rather new to contributing towards Wikis but I still wish to do my fair share :) Please point out where and what I'm doing wrong.

We at The Drake Network are one such instance who have silenced pawoo.net and we see a reasonable amount of activity from accounts of which are silenced as a result in the moderation panel, despite our own small size as well (sub-25 user count). I just had the desire to state that there are definitely furry instances who silence/restrict them, and we've done it for at least a month now. PhobosDthorga (talk) 6:10 PM, 08 June 2019 (AEST)

Mastodon and furry table[edit]

I started an edit to to add to the Mastodon#Mastodon_and_furry section, by adding a registration column (whether an instance is open or closed to registration) and another column for how much an instance is connected to other instances
example #1: https://akko.unix.dog/about includes "Local Bubble Instances" (not sure what that means ... my wild guess is LBI is a form of allowlist), "Instance-specific policies" (with "Reject" and "Removal..." sections)(I don't know what the difference is between Reject and Removal in this context)
example #2: https://awoo.space/about/more#whitelist has a posted allowlist/whitelist, but doesn't seem to have a posted blocklist (guessing anything not in their allowlist is blocked by default??)
example #3: blimps.xyz doesn't seem to have posted any list-of-instances (allowlist or otherwise).
Perhaps an additional Registration column is ok?
Adding a column for allowlists, etc seems too complicated (in terms of difference between Reject, Removal, etc.) --EarthFurst (talk) 19:45, 17 November 2022 (EST)