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commit 5052718af1a5652603e7b98815da34b8d14e8e51
parent c23d2f4840a16b89388d7c67b3fd785709c9fbfe
Author: Jake Bauer <jbauer@paritybit.ca>
Date:   Mon, 10 Aug 2020 23:35:19 -0400

Update most recent blog post

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Mpages/blog/my-preferred-fediverse-mobile-client.md | 12+++++++-----
Mpublic/feeds/sitewide-feed.xml | 3++-
2 files changed, 9 insertions(+), 6 deletions(-)

diff --git a/pages/blog/my-preferred-fediverse-mobile-client.md b/pages/blog/my-preferred-fediverse-mobile-client.md @@ -25,11 +25,11 @@ like Tusky, but with more Pleroma features and a more Pleroma-like appearance. </figure> Some of the additional features I've noticed Husky adds over Tusky are things -such as Markdown formatting and the ability to post a status as unlisted as -opposed to just public, followers only, and direct. Both of these features are -present in Pleroma but not in Mastodon, so they were missing from Tusky. -Furthermore, the Pleroma theming makes it feel like I'm using a Pleroma app -instead of a Mastodon app, even if they work exactly the same on the back-end. +such as Markdown/HTML/BBCode formatting for statuses, emoji reaction support, +and no attachment limits. All of these features are present in Pleroma but not +in Mastodon, so they were missing from Tusky. Furthermore, the Pleroma theming +makes it feel like I'm using a Pleroma app instead of a Mastodon app, even if +they work exactly the same on the back-end. Otherwise, the apps are quite similar and the Husky fork hasn't differed much from Tusky. Both still offer scheduled toots, bookmarks, lists, the ability to @@ -37,6 +37,8 @@ edit basic profile information, and so on. I definitely recommend the Husky app if you're on a Pleroma instance and looking for the exact same experience as Tusky but with more of a Pleroma feel and the extra Pleroma features. +[View the Husky source code here](https://github.com/FWGS/Husky). + _This is my ninetieth post for the [#100DaysToOffload](https://social.paritybit.ca/tags/100DaysToOffload) challenge. You can learn more about this challenge over at diff --git a/public/feeds/sitewide-feed.xml b/public/feeds/sitewide-feed.xml @@ -23,8 +23,9 @@ A screenshot of the Husky app. </figcaption> </figure> -<p>Some of the additional features I’ve noticed Husky adds over Tusky are things such as Markdown formatting, the ability to post a status as unlisted as opposed to just public, followers only, and direct. Both of these features are present in Pleroma but not in Mastodon, so they were missing from Tusky. Furthermore, the Pleroma theming makes it feel like I’m using a Pleroma app instead of a Mastodon app, even if they work exactly the same on the back-end.</p> +<p>Some of the additional features I’ve noticed Husky adds over Tusky are things such as Markdown/HTML/BBCode formatting for statuses, emoji reaction support, and no attachment limits. All of these features are present in Pleroma but not in Mastodon, so they were missing from Tusky. Furthermore, the Pleroma theming makes it feel like I’m using a Pleroma app instead of a Mastodon app, even if they work exactly the same on the back-end.</p> <p>Otherwise, the apps are quite similar and the Husky fork hasn’t differed much from Tusky. Both still offer scheduled toots, bookmarks, lists, the ability to edit basic profile information, and so on. I definitely recommend the Husky app if you’re on a Pleroma instance and looking for the exact same experience as Tusky but with more of a Pleroma feel and the extra Pleroma features.</p> +<p><a href="https://github.com/FWGS/Husky">View the Husky source code here</a>.</p> <p><em>This is my ninetieth post for the <a href="https://social.paritybit.ca/tags/100DaysToOffload">#100DaysToOffload</a> challenge. You can learn more about this challenge over at <a href="https://100daystooffload.com">https://100daystooffload.com</a>.</em></p>]]></description> </item> <item>