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In reply to https://blog.amitgawande.com/discussing-social-networks

I have these exact same thoughts when listening to these discussions. The discussions keep coming up and the pundits keeps saying the same thing. They don't try the alternatives with any earnestness. They expect to come to these new, smaller networks and have the immediate experience they had on the siloed networks.<br><br>They talk about the glory days of Twitter, when it was new and everyone was friendly and reveling in the new social experience and originating practices like at-mentions, hashtags, etc, but they're not willing to do that again.

A while ago I contributed a patch to <a href="/tags/Prismo" class="hashtag" title="Prismo tag">#Prismo</a> to add <a href="/tags/microformat" class="hashtag" title="microformat tag">microformat</a> support. I'm a super newbie with <a href="/tags/Ruby" class="hashtag" title="Ruby tag">#Ruby</a> , but it was actually pretty easy. I just filed an issue to add support for sending <a href="/tags/webmentions" class="hashtag" title="webmentions tag">#webmentions</a> . So I might take a crack at that and add more <a href="/tags/IndieWeb" class="hashtag" title="IndieWeb tag">#IndieWeb</a> support to Prismo!<br><br> <a href="https://gitlab.com/mbajur/prismo/issues/235">https://gitlab.com/mbajur/prismo/issues/235</a>

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I've made more <a href="/tags/accessibility" class="hashtag" title="accessibility tag">#accessibility</a> tweaks. My scroll to top button now defers to the prefers-reduced-motion media query for its scroll behavior. I removed some unnecessary landmark elements and added some where they were missing; that should make screen reader navigation easier.<br><br> <a href="/tags/webdev" class="hashtag" title="webdev tag">#webdev</a>

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I made some small tweaks to my site to improve its <a href="/tags/accessibility" class="hashtag" title="accessibility tag">#accessibility</a> . I added a hidden skip link that is the first focusable element on the page and my scroll-to-top button now resets focus to the top of the page. These are small changes that make non-mouse navigation easier but don't change anything for mouse users.<br><br> <a href="/tags/webdev" class="hashtag" title="webdev tag">#webdev</a>

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