I feel like content warnings are fundamentally badly implemented on Mastodon.
Ideally people would be encouraged to use #hashtags to tag the content of posts.
The the clients would auto-hide/content warning posts based on what subjects the user does/doesn't want to see.
@ikyle also, I mean; you literally blamed "Mastodon", so backtracking and redirecting the blame onto a straw-man "mastodon client" to try and make me look stupid when I call you out is - frankly - bullshit.
@ecsaln I wasn't trying to make you look stupid.
Mastodon has a default web client/interface which sets the standards (which most clients copy) for how to treat things.
However, to fix it I don't have to change the server side, just the client side.
So when building my own client I don't have to copy what everyone else does, I can use the existing API in the way I think it should be used.
@ikyle "Mastodon is wrong; I can do it better"
"If you don't like Mastodon, then fork it"
"I don't need to fork it, I'll just make a new client"
"If you don't need to fork it, then don't badmouth the project?"
"I wasn't bad mouthing the project"
"You were literally badmouthing the project by name"
This Mastodon instance is for people interested in technology. Discussions aren't limited to technology, because tech folks shouldn't be limited to technology either!