If I've found a successor by Oct 9, they will take over the server and hopefully run it without interruption thereafter. If I haven't found one, the server will become unstable and could be down for periods of time. If no successor is found after 6 months (Jan 9), it may go offline.
I don't have time to run it anymore. It crashes randomly, even with only a handful of active users. And I no longer enjoy this type of social media. [2/2]
@dan Maybe vegans who know Mastodon and want to use a vegan-specific instance is a too narrow selection, so it ens up with a very small community. I may head over to a more generalist activism instance like todon.nl or activism.openworlds.info. Plus I think it's better to share ideas and messages to a more diverse community, especially one made of people who are already involved in some cause. I expect they would respond with more interest than a fully diverse community like mastodon.social
@ChameleonScales It's narrow, but I don't think of instances as isolated communities. People's choice of instance is often arbitrary, but they can interact with people on other instances just as easily, aside from the instances that their admin is blocking.
@dan Of course, hashtags and account search are federated, but I like to use local timelines on some communities. And I pretty much never use the federated timeline.
A Mastodon instance encouraging discussion of animal rights and veganism. All are welcome!