I have decided to try creating a Diaspora account on a pod (instance) operated by a third party, choosing diasp.org for no good reason.
My account there is email@example.com — https://diasp.org/people/ef8038e035b80138b919047d7b62795e
As I am still hesitant to rely on that pod, unsure whether i could be at risk of losing data there, i am not sure if i will choose to use it for the purpose for which I am presently using Google Sites.
Maybe I will cross-post. That way I wouldn’t lose data. Except, do i trust that pod enough for that — about my private posts.
Either send me your Diaspora handles, or send me your Gmail addresses. I will add you to the respective one of the two.
Please suggest me other ways how can I blog privately with per-post ACLs. I know I could write my own site for that but damn that takes time.
Also, idk how Diaspora handles the comment visibility issue… hopefully I can just disable comments under posts there
I am somewhat hesitant to use such popular instances of federated social networks, seeing how much people dislike places like mastodon.social