@mrb Think long-term that in the future they can continue to support those already established by invitation. Greetings

@gatooscuro I am not sure what you mean. Can you explain a bit?

@mrb Of course, I'm sorry for being so short.

It happens that new services are currently being started every day, but what finally happens is that their livelihoods are questioned for their future because they simply have not planned what does this mean? Without the clear model, the user is the one who suffers later with the service warning of its closure by its null holding.

I know of a very well-known case here in Mastodon for the same thing, I just had the idea of a "limite" but we were surprised how much he could reach and we were not prepared for it.

PD: I usually recommend the same to all new services, just that; greetings.

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