@33MHz One of my main problems with put.io: It feels so private, but every post can be read or is indexed by the main search engines. Are the plans to have "private" posts?
@Nasendackel Hm. It may feel like a private network, but dozens of users have joined without explicitly knowing someone on the network (getting an invite directly from @pnut). Making posts private would probably restrict devs, IMO...
@Nasendackel I'm open to the idea, but things like friend groups/circles/etc, even tw private accounts have some sticky pieces. Might be out of scope, where PMs and channels have that sort of thing built in.
@nasendackel (though clients are still adopting channel flexibility, and search will help)
@33MHz @pnut well maybe private is the wrong terms. just that you have be logged in to read. closed posts is maybe the right word :)
@Nasendackel It would be doable to have an option in settings to not allow your pnut.io/@username profile unless logged in. Threads and the API would take quite a hit to restrict that way, though. I'll keep thinking about it.
@Nasendackel isn't this what patter is for?
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