alan at popey.com
Fri Jan 7 13:21:25 UTC 2011
On 7 January 2011 13:16, David Jones <djones.dancol at googlemail.com> wrote:
> Maybe the advantage to all these invites being passed around are that people
> get the chance to pick their preferred username before it goes into a
> general release & usernames get taken quickly.
Not really. My username is popey at Joindiaspora.com which is a pretty
sucky username to be honest.
The idea of a federated system is you could setup your own diaspora
instance, and call yourself whatever you like.
So I could register a domain and be alan at familypopey.com or something
nice and short if I choose. I could keep that to just my family. Or I
could in theory allow other people on it. Registering at
Joindiaspora.com just means you have a presence _there_ it doesn't
have to be your Canonical presence or indeed your only one.
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