I’ve done some reading, as I understand, Disapora, Mastodon, Friendica, and some others, are decentralized,
Meaning that data is not stored in just one place, but in chunks at different places, called pods, and the user is able to choose where to save it. so far ok.
This is where I got confused,
I am interested in (as and example) to sign in at Destination Linux Network’s Diaspora pod; so I open an account there,
Disroot also has a Diaspora pod; so I have to open an account here, and then what, I merge them into one? and the data is split into each pod?.
So every new pod I join I have to create its account, and be merged each time, and data is ever splitting?
That is too weird, I am obviously not getting it.