Before we release the new version of #Fedilab, don't hesitate to share your issues under this message.
Maybe some bugs have been already fixed. It can be also enhancements.
We will do our best. Thank you for sharing.
If testers don't find major issues, we will publish that release for all.
More about fixes/improvements:
- Some Peertube videos not playing
- Respect the default visibility of accounts when replying
- Discriminate gif from images
- App crashes when opening an external instance timeline
- Remove button in thread composer crashes the app
- Back button opens a lot of old activities before closing the app
- Problems with sharing
It seems our changes with our server worked. Services are restarted if they are down.
That helps to keep our translation api available. #Fedilab
If you want to test the app for Android :
It seems we will have some work when coming back 🤔
Thanks for submitting :)
Surely a federation issue because we will never block or mute accounts.
We hope you're spending nice holidays and it's not too hot for you.
If you have a little time, we will be happy to see your contribution to this poll. Thank you!
Have you tried to compose threads with #Fedilab?
We are going to have a small break for few days. You should all soon get the 3.1.0 release.
We might stop reports by email because it becomes really hard to follow them:
- Too much reports coming from every releases
- Lot of same reports without a way to filter
We are really thankful for your help, but that takes a lot of time to deal with that reports.
If you use Android, you can find lots of Fediverse-related apps and other free open source software on @fdroidorg, an alternative to Google Play which emphasises privacy and ethical software.
Also, some apps which cost money on Google Play are free of charge on F-Droid, such as Fedilab @apps. (This is because the app devs encourage people to use F-Droid.)
Due to Google's anti-competition roadblocks, it's slightly tricky to install F-Droid, but once it's installed it's very easy to use. It looks and works very much like a normal app store.
If you are comfortable using an APK file you can get it from F-Droid's website at https://f-droid.org
For less technical people, there's a step-by-step beginner's guide to installing F-Droid at: