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mk  ·  3124 days ago  ·  link  ·    ·  parent  ·  post: Hubski Update: Expansion of ignoring

Thanks.

    By the way, I'm curious how the admins of hubski feel about the migration of SRSisters here.

Personally, I'm not too interested in most of the SRS stuff.

Mostly I am just concerned with people getting the kind of experience that we are working to support: thoughtful conversations. The web has plenty of support for interactions of the SRS nature, and that's not a bad thing. It's just not what I worry about supporting here. I have always assumed that there will be a diversity of interactions on Hubski, and to some extent that's out of my hands. But my focus is on a kind of engagement that I think is rarer and difficult to find.

I'm sure many of the SRS folk are probably game for that too.





matdesigner  ·  3124 days ago  ·  link  ·  

As a fairly well-known SRSer, I can tell you that most of us are extremely interested in well-thought out content focused on feminism, critical race theory, post-colonialism, queer theory, anarchism, politics.

SRSPrime, as the only forum that most people know about w.r.t the fempire is really only a place to let off steam as a reaction to browsing the rest of the ignorant internet.

mk  ·  3124 days ago  ·  link  ·  

    As a fairly well-known SRSer, I can tell you that most of us are extremely interested in well-thought out content focused on feminism, critical race theory, post-colonialism, queer theory, anarchism, politics.

As are many hubskiers. I am well aware of the range of the content. Like I said, I expect many SRSers are up for indepth thoughtful discourse. But, a lot of the other stuff is lost on most, so the full experience will likely be limited to subset of users.

Pharnaces  ·  3123 days ago  ·  link  ·  

Most SRSers are up for thoughtful discourse, if you agree with them. They're very well known on Reddit for invading other subreddits, screaming their ideology, and then ignoring (instead of refuting) anyone who brings up any counterpoints. Maybe hubski will rub off on the current migrants and we'll see them actually participate in thoughtful debate, instead of just "debate," but just be warned that they aren't known for being cooperative.

Tumbledown  ·  3124 days ago  ·  link  ·  

As a fellow longtime SRS'er, one of the main things that drove me to Hubski was the fact that people can have discourse about these topics without meaningless internet points getting in the way.

Plus, now I can block shitlord-y tags, should they pop up.