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Is there a community of people out

2022-12-01 00:05:02.519249+01 by Dan Lyke 2 comments

Is there a community of people out there using Honk as their fediverse client? I've got an instance running, and I'm confused and would love to find the community to chat about it with.

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#Comment Re: Is there a community of people out made: 2022-12-01 15:50:32.35641+01 by: DaveP

I think it’s mostly tedu@honk.tedunangst.com (who wrote it). The thing that interested me about it (thus the recommendation) was that it was written by a single person for his use, and when I looked at an earlier version, it was fairly comprehensible. Could be that Ted’s transmogrified it, but he was pretty decent about answering queries in the past.

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