I've covered Lemmy before (a federated open Reddit alternative) but Ramble is an effort to also promote the use of alternative internets ie. not just https regular web.
The great thing about their setup is that it allows users from various anonymity networks to actually interact with one another in a seamless, transparent fashion. Someone browsing their Onion Service may be responding to a post made from the clearnet, and have their response upvoted from someone who agrees with their comment from the I2P eepsite while a Yggdrasil user is creating a forum. Regardless of the method you choose to access the Ramble website, you'd be interacting with people from outside of your network in a relatively unique fashion. You can login to your account through any network that you wish. Post on your phone using the clearnet website, come home, and hop on the I2P eepsite and you'll have everything right there.
Another interesting feature is a fully transparent moderation log, showing any banned users or other deletions made (a bit like Aether does) with a reason. You only need to choose any username and password to get going, no e-mail or phone number requested to register.
See Welcome to [RAMBLE]
Posted by Rambler admin | on December 9, 2020 at 3:10 PM in ramble (edited on December 9, 2020 at 3:11 PM) If you've not had the chance, take a gander over at our wiki as it will address in more detail some of what this post will cover. First off, welcome to [RAMBLE]. This place is a bit different than some other "similar" sites, but that's by...