Commit 513d73f3 authored by lostinlight's avatar lostinlight

Fix more links, argh!

parent 3a331f61
......@@ -26,7 +26,7 @@ htmlproofer:
only:
- schedules
script:
- htmlproofer public/ --url-ignore "/fediverse.network/,/howto.disroot.org/" --external-only --checks-to-ignore ScriptCheck,ImageCheck
- htmlproofer public/ --url-ignore "/fediverse.network/,/howto.disroot.org/,/f-droid.org/" --external-only --checks-to-ignore ScriptCheck,ImageCheck
dependencies:
- hexo
only:
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......@@ -16,7 +16,7 @@ You may have noticed not a post has been published in the Chronicles since the e
### Dull figures
The 2018 [report](https://fediverse.network/reports/2018) reveals that the world of federating networks has greatly expanded. The first three months on 2019 have seen about 450 new servers - hopefully, some of them will stay online (and updated). New accounts are being created and, apparenty, people remember about their old accounts, as the number of active users on most Fediverse networks increases weekly. If you wish to research figures, keep an eye on stats hubs from [this list](https://gitlab.com/fediverse/fediverse.gitlab.io/wikis/instance-monitoring-sites). You can also subscribe to [Federation stats bot](https://socialhome.network/u/thefederation) via any diaspora protocol platform ([diaspora](https://diaspora.software), [Friendica](https://friendi.ca), [Hubzilla](https://hubzilla.org), [Socialhome](https://socialhome.network) or [GangGo](https://git.feneas.org/ganggo/ganggo)). Provided numbers are an approximation, and some projects are misrepresented: Friendica, Hubzilla server numbers, GNU Social account numbers stand higher than metrics show. This is due to technical issues (mainly with [NodeInfo](https://github.com/jhass/nodeinfo) / [NodeInfo2](https://git.feneas.org/jaywink/nodeinfo2)). The good news is Fediverse keeps growing.
The 2018 [report](https://fediverse.network/reports/2018) reveals that the world of federating networks has greatly expanded. The first three months on 2019 have seen about 450 new servers - hopefully, some of them will stay online (and updated). New accounts are being created and, apparenty, people remember about their old accounts, as the number of active users on most Fediverse networks increases weekly. If you wish to research figures, keep an eye on stats hubs from [this list](https://gitlab.com/fediverse/fediverse.gitlab.io/wikis/instance-monitoring-sites). You can also subscribe to [Federation stats bot](https://socialhome.network/u/thefederation) via any diaspora protocol platform ([diaspora](https://diasporafoundation.org), [Friendica](https://friendi.ca), [Hubzilla](https://hubzilla.org), [Socialhome](https://socialhome.network) or [GangGo](https://git.feneas.org/ganggo/ganggo)). Provided numbers are an approximation, and some projects are misrepresented: Friendica, Hubzilla server numbers, GNU Social account numbers stand higher than metrics show. This is due to technical issues (mainly with [NodeInfo](https://github.com/jhass/nodeinfo) / [NodeInfo2](https://git.feneas.org/jaywink/nodeinfo2)). The good news is Fediverse keeps growing.
### New kids on the block
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......@@ -16,7 +16,6 @@ Servers are not restricted to their theme. They only help people with common int
* [mastodon.acc.sunet.se](https://mastodon.acc.sunet.se) - by Academic Computer Club at Umeå University, Sweden
* [mastodon.iut-larochelle.fr](https://mastodon.iut-larochelle.fr) - by University of La Rochelle
* [mastodon.iut-larochelle.fr](https://mastodon.redbrick.dcu.ie) - by Redbrick, Dublin City University
* [mastodon.etalab.gouv.fr](https://mastodon.etalab.gouv.fr) - for French public servants who are involved in innovative projects
* [w3c.social](https://w3c.social) - for people involved in the activities of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C)
* [mastodon.greenpeace.ch](https://mastodon.greenpeace.ch) - by Greenpece Switzerland
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