Hast Du einen tipp?
Sorry, hab ich leider nicht. Bin selber noch am tüffteln.
@edi OK. Danke trotzdem 🙂
@crossgolf_rebel I was able to find and follow my peertube.video account using the search on MastoWeb. Fedilab wasn't able to find my peertube account -- even when I sent myself a DM mentioning my peertube account, that mention somehow got changed to my Mastodon account o.O ... and after finally being able to follow, Fedilab shows my peertube account as "pending" (while peertube shows a follow notification and MastoWeb shows a completed follow).
/cc @tom79 #fedilab
@tom79 I agree that it should be the case, but it wasn't. I tried multiple times using all combinations of @'s, account name and instance hostname. That exactly is my reason to mention you...
Or could there be an instance config flag that makes the search results differ when used via API instead of web? o.O (asking my instance admin @thegcat)
If the search @email@example.com gives no results, that means the account is not federated.
There would be a trick to make it work by changing automatically in a url:
But for Pixelfed and Peertube instances the profile url is not the same. So I first need to check what social network is behind the domain name and then build the profile url depending of the previous result. It should work for all social networks.
@tom79 What's the definition of "federated"? "Already known to my instance" or "can federate in principle"?
Anyway, I can only report that searching repeatedly for "@anathem" via Fedilab using my masto account didn't yield any results. Then I searched for the same string in MastoWeb on my instance and got a result. Now I followed my peertube account and after that I was able to find my peertube account using Fedilab search.
@anathem I tested with your account and that worked.
@tom79 \o/ Thanks!
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