The Social Media Alternatives Project

Browse Items (708 total)

This is the page where Quitter users “quip,” which is a form of status update for the instance.

Quitter users are able to invite other people to join the instance. This is the page that allows users to do that.

This page shows different information for Quitter Instance users.

This is the public timeline for the quitter instance.

This is the profile page for the mobile version of Quitter. Users see number of quips, following, followers, and groups.

When users log on to the mobile Quitter instance, this is the first page that comes up.

This is the mobile login for the quitter instance. Users are able to input their username and password, but they also see a public timeline.

This is the page where Quitter users “quip,” which is a form of status update for the instance.

This page shows the different keyboard shortcuts available to the Quitter Instance user.

This page shows different information /options for Quitter Instance users.

When users want to edit their profile, this is what they see. They can add a bio, location, and image. Users can also adjust the link and background color.

This is what a user profile looks like on Quitter.se

Once an account has been created on Quitter.se, users see this page. This is the public timeline that users engage with on their profile.

When users create an account for the Quitter instance, they can read the terms of use agreement. This information is present on the sign-up page.

This is the user manual for GNUsocial.no. From this page, users can find instances, like Quitter, to join.

This is the welcome page for the Quitter instance.

After users put in basic information to join the Quitter instance, they are taken to this page. Users are then instructed to disclose a bio and location.

GNUsocial users join instances. This instance is called “Quitter.” This is the registration page for the Quitter instance.

This is where users log into GNUsocial.no.

This is an example of GNUsocial’s mobile interface. The mobile version of this site is not drastically different than the desktop version. The only difference is the navigation buttons.

This page contains information about the site’s contributors and versions.

When users click on the link “GNU social repository,” they are taken to this website. This is a link on the site’s source page.

When users click on the link “GNU social main site,” they are taken to this website. This is a link on the site’s source page.

This page provides information about GNU social, which is the free microbogging tool used on the site.

This is GNUsocial’s privacy policy. Information on this page includes the data items considered private, the data items considered public, and how information can be used.
Output Formats

atom, dcmes-xml, json, omeka-json, omeka-xml, rss2