Twitter co-founder and former CEO Jack Dorsey is reflecting on the furore caused by Elon Musk on the social platform after he set “viewing limits” on tweets.
“Running Twitter is hard. I don’t want anyone to be stressed. “I’m sure the team is doing its best against the odds,” Dorsey tweeted. “It’s easy to criticize decisions from afar…which I’m guilty of…but I know the goal is to see Twitter thrive.”
“And I hope they consider truly censorship-resistant open protocols like bitcoin and nostra to help ease some of that burden,” he said in another tweet. Great for everybody, and saving the open internet is significant.”
Twitter clients confronted a buggy stage as Musk put down certain boundaries on the quantity of tweets clients could peruse each day. Musk said the cutoff points were set up “to address outrageous degrees of information scratching and situation control”.
Clients who are “confirmed” and pay a month to month membership charge will be permitted to peruse 6000 posts every day, while “unsubstantiated” clients will be permitted to peruse 600 posts per day and new unconfirmed clients will be permitted 300 posts a day Will be permitted to peruse the post. to peruse the post. to peruse the post. to peruse the post. Musk later said that as far as possible would be 10k for confirmed clients, 1k for unsubstantiated clients, and 500 for new clients.
Dorsey has turned into a moving theme as Musk sets new elements of vision. The previous Twitter Chief is on the leading group of BlueSky Social, another interpersonal interaction administration that means to rival Twitter. It is right now in beta and clients can join provided that they have a welcome code.
As many communicated their disappointment at Musk’s choices, numerous clients started searching for options, including BlueSky