if it meant that you could have real privacy and features much more quickly, would you be willing to walk away from the Fediverse?
have a look at this discussion:
but this isn’t about that kind of privacy. that’s just a bug, one of many in a very buggy protocol.
it’s about censorship resistance.
it’s about being able to pick up on a new instance with your old friends still following you, as if nothing happened, because nothing actually happened, all your shit was backed up to other instances.
it’s about storing content in a multicast sharded, content-addressed DHT, so you don’t lose your data when Wasabi goes down.
it’s about federating fast.
it’s about real access control and instanceless groups.
it’s about having instanceless actors (like nomadic identity but addressed by cryptographic identity).
it’s about having all of these things as core parts of the protocol that have an absolute pass or fail conformance suite