During today's meeting, there was a consensus on creating a mastodon account dedicated to #fedeproxy It is exclusively used to boost and never toots. The #fedeproxy community is horizontal and does not have, by definition, a spokesperson.
For instance if testing against GitLab, a full blown GitLab instance is setup when the test begins and destroyed when the test finishes. It costs CPU cycles but saves brain cells that would otherwise be wasted when the GitLab instance used for testing does not behave as expected for whatever reason.
Mastodon is evidently not trivially usable for that kind of end-to-end / integration testing.
Oh, this is related to the CI + mastodon topic on the forum? I skimmed, but didn't really get what it was going to be used for.
A newer server operated by the Mastodon gGmbH non-profit