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@stopthatgirl7 Same. I poked around beehaw a bit, but I am not sure its is good fit for me. Think I will check out lemmy.world, they seem to be really communicative on mastodon during their upgrade process.

But that's all I know about it. I am looking into mbin,too...but I really don't much about it.

I have been spending most of my social media time on mastodon lately.

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@roguetrick I really like kbin and want it to succeed, but between the outages, spam, and errors it is really difficult to use.

I have accounts on beehaw, mastodon, and pixelfed. I am open to other suggestions, but once I find a "home" (on kbin or otherwise) I will delete the others.

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@HarkMahlberg I did the same thing since I am not sure of the longevity of kbin.

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@stopthatgirl7 Agreed. I have been using Beehaw more and more as a "test". But I am not sure where I will land in the end though.

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@Maestro Really good to know!! Thanks for the heads up.

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@HarkMahlberg Curious what other platforms, if you don't mind me asking?

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