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Project idea: a fediverse platform for sharing gpx tracks - would be ideal for runners or other sports people that don't want to create 50 accounts on various centralised websites with closed off gpx data pools that often don't allow full direct access to the data and only provide very limited UX.

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Wow, how one sometimes is pushed into a # # one wanted to avoid at all costs from the start, and that despite all efforts to be different than the typical cliché dad that appears to be this strict and insensitive enforcer of boundaries, while the mother adopts the cliché protector role.

Is it really that predestined?


Anyone here who got their # and/or # to communicate via the # instead of Facebook and co.? And if yes, how is it working out? Is it different, better, or worse for them?