Damn. Something was wrongly set, I had to manually change the database. Now you should be able to see the content as I changed the permission to view only by external users. Thanks for pointing this one out. (fail)
Definatelly nice little touch to get people straight away directed to things they can read while they wait for the account approval.
Yes. this is something we have already on the todo list.
This is a limitation of the ldap as far as i know. But indeed something to look into since it would be nice to specify only minimum limit.
thats a bug we need to workout.
Currently hubzilla is not in the scope of this as its its own project we want to properly work on once this one and other things we planned for Q4 of this year are done. We do want to get to the point of deciding/launching hubzilla as a public instance with its own page on the website and as a go to social network on disroot, but we arent there yet, hence plans to work on it as a priority in the beginning of next year.
Profiles/channels on hubzilla are basically seperate accounts. So you can have a more private profile and more public of your account. Or if you want to start a forum or gorup you can just create new profile/channel with apropriate privacy settings. Much like fan-pages (i guess). So generally you could have a profile which is more for your family and have another one for your friends etc. This way you can be sure that once your grandma starts sharing with you, you are not exposed to all the crazy stuff you did during that night out on weekend.
@sflm Thanks for the ideas for the disroot app. Of course we, on purpose did not put it on google store (it does not exist for us), so even if we decide to put apk on the website, it will still require you to select to install from unknown sources. But maybe we could think of something that on one hand would allow people to easily find the app (people that dont know f-droid exists, dont even know there is an app), and perhaps convince them and explain why using F-droid is a good idea.
I like the idea of sort of in-app tutorial (much like lots of apps do atm) on first launch. It would definatelly help the onboarding, especially if we put the app on the front page.