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 look forward to seeing it.
@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"
@ikyle *insert gif zooming in on the word 'fundamentally'*
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!