I wrote about this already some month ago, but felt misunderstood.
So this time I try to base my argumentation on an ongoing conflict.
One likes to have raddle culture to be like more open to humans that make more mistakes then others when it comes to discriminatory language. Another person likes to have a raddle culture that is more strict on holding people accountable to language patterns they apply.
I value both approaches. I want a space that aims to create culture where we aim to hold each other very much accountable about narratives we use. The aim is to reflect and practice non-discriminatory language.
While humans aren't perfect, participating in such a space can be to difficult for some, and it can even feel offensive and discriminatory. So it is also important to have a space where it is accepted that civilization attached a culture to us, that makes us behave in predefined ways, that will not be welcomed in the other space.
Raddle is a centralized system, so there will always be some struggle for hegemony and so having a tendency to create conflict resolutions that are based on compromise, rather then fulfilling both desires to their full potential.
Autonomous spaces where people can develop and life their own culture can avoid such. To some extend can this be accomplished using a centralized system that offers spaces with different cultural expectations. Like the forums in raddle. But while all? posts are visible at the front page struggle for hegemony prevails. And even if not all are at front, the questions which once should be at front creates another struggle for hegemony.
Interoperability between different autonomous spaces is a solution which doesn't require compromise and can at the same serve both cultural approaches. The interoperability helps that the fragmentation does not result in isolation. This interoperability can be accomplished by a mere cultural solution where an individual joins multiple platforms and cross posts discourse back and forth. Another approach is to support this effort with technical changes that offers direct interoperability. Does interoperability mean that every content is visible to every other platform that participates in an interconnected web of raddle alike platforms? No, some forums will, others won't. Additional to that, a user can decide for every single post, if it should remain visible only to the local space or reach wider audience.