We track with mainline release unfortunately ^^; not much I can do due to how I host the server! But we /can/ get a mascot. :P
This was a pretty well established use case in the mid 80s, X9-10 IIRC. You'd have your big mainframe running the X server and a PC implementation of the client providing remote access to the application.
ftp://ftp.ta3.sk/pub/DOS/X.PC/XServers-NonUNIX.txt Provides a good list of commercial X servers, including the one I was thinking of: IBM part #5765-025.
Well, welcome to the fediverse!
I hope you find a good community here to branch out to. :)
I churr for mousekind whom'st rock!
Thanks boops :D
We're now on the yiff.social relay.
Thanks go out to @Sir_Boops for running such a useful service :)
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Hey there! I'm SpaceMouse! I'm an environmental scientist, artist, and programmer. You might know me from my MUGEN characters on SaltyBet / SpriteClub!
Well... tags are for discoverability. At the very least I think it would make sense to show them for the followers and poster. I don't know though. I suppose it boils down to how we imagine people intend unlisted to function.
To me it's just to keep it out of casual engagement, and searches are not casual engagement IMO.
... I'd probably want hashtags to include unlisted toots.
A furry instance for all the mouse and mouse adjacent folks who rock.