As far as the Burning Man Project goes, they seem to be very Facebook ecosystem oriented because their core active base are heavy FB product users. Even their Twitter presence is minimal by comparison.
I'm not sure how to correct that, Burners tend to be very attached to their toolset.
@phooky There isn't a "Black Mastodon" like there is a Black Twitter.
POC are definitely here in the Fediverse but the communities are smaller, less outwardly performative (as you say), more in touch with particular thematic or organizational communities and less likely to have their voices amplified because people keep much smaller curated feeds here.
Also, the Fediverse isn't really reaching out as a proper organizing tool. The critical mass in that way isn't here yet.
We may have become a Burning Man podcast.
Also, if you want to get on our next Superfans episode, reply in the comments with generally good days/times for you to record [NF]
For recording, we join a jitsi conference (just a website you in go to WebRTC) and launch a local instance of Studiolink
As far as the UltraSchall bits, @flowfx knows more about that.
@mcp @flowfx Best contact I know for this is only on the birbsite: https://twitter.com/Nickf4rr/status/1259157955594850304?s=19
Huge news in the episode too!
What do you want us to talk about in the next* episode? [FX]
*the one after the one that @nickfarr still has to do show notes for.
So while @nickfarr figures out how to get people paid during this crisis, we're asking YOU to send us questions about FUN TOPICS for our upcoming mailbag episode!
Let us know if you'd like to guest star!
Three episodes posted in one day after only three months of slacking!
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