Proposing a GNU Social Network Manifesto?

Reading through the GNU Free Software philosophy once again, I wonder whether, right now in the current disputes surrounding Facebook, Twitter, Mastodon and the quest for a more “open” social network environment, we might need just something like the GNU philosophy for social networks, too? I mean, after all, having “open-source” social network implementations like

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Changing networking behaviour, two weeks later

In light of #deletefacebook, I spent the last two weeks trying to change my behaviour in working with social networks and online media to make less use of “large” established services and be more careful about tools and technologies I access on a daily basis, or even more frequently. It’s been (and still is) an

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