If you're new to Mastodon: welcome!
Here are a couple guides I've put together:
An Increasingly Less-Brief Guide to Mastodon, which tries to explain what this place is all about: https://github.com/joyeusenoelle/GuideToMastodon/
So You're A Mastodon Moderator, which has some information on the tools at your disposal and some best practices for using them (it needs an update, but is still generally accurate): https://noelle.codes/so_youre_a_mastodon_moderator.pdf
#YoMigroAMastodon or "I Migrate to Mastodon" is the top trending Twitter hashtag right now in Spain, and number 37 worldwide, following more censorship of leftist content and suspension of accounts on birdsite.
Give it another few years, folks, and Twitter will be dead. They can't keep playing this game much longer. Their top trending hashtag on their own platform is one that promotes moving away from the platform, as a result of their own actions. That's... incredibly bad.
Let's show our support for our Spanish comrades, and help them find a home on the Fediverse. It's important that the transition from Twitter isn't temporary.
Muestremos nuestro apoyo a nuestros camaradas españoles y ayúdelos a encontrar un hogar en Fediverse. Es importante que la transición de Twitter no sea temporal.
I received feedback that my actions had made someone uncomfortable. I’ve addressed that with them, but want to say I appreciated their honesty.
If I do or say something that makes someone feel uncomfortable, offended, or is out of line in any way, please call me out. I want to be a good member of the community and a good person in general. I feel very strongly about accepting consequences and learning from mistakes. So please tell me if I make one. This applies online and in meat space.
Admin of tabletop.social
Dabbling with card/board game design and 3d printing
Also found around the internet as MxFraud:
We are an inclusive Mastodon community for everything tabletop (and more). We welcome everyone that wants to be part of the community, boardgamers, RPG players, casual gamers, party gamers, hobbyists, LARPers, game designers and publishers, RPG characters, artists, writers, vlogers, podcasters, reviewers, streamers, lego builders and more. This is meant to be a positive and safe space for people to enjoy each other's ideas, opinion and have fun. To keep tabletop.social that way, the Code of Conduct and Rules will be applied and enforced thoroughly.