@silverwizard I don't worry about reshares to !Twitter any more than I worry about any other content that goes over the #Twitterbridge. My Twitter followers are already getting only a half side of conversations I have in the Fediverse, and name collisions between Twitterati and !Federati has caused several people on Twitter to block me. For one person who complained about this I set up a Fediverse account so he could participate fully, but he's never made use of it (too much effort?). I had considered shutting down my Twitterbridge to stop annoying those Twitter users, but since they have their own means to deal with it (join the Fediverse or block me) I no longer worry about it. I have some concerns about still using a proprietary, non-FAIF service like Twitter, but Twitter does provide me some niche benefit that (so far) outweighs my FAIF discomfort.
Basically - the issue is that I am worried about the privacy of !Fediverse people who aren't me. Since I know a not-small number of people are trying to keep their federated identity away from their twitter identity, if only informally. To keep the trolls away.
My instance sn.jonkman.ca is supposed to have a two-way #Twitterbridge, but inbound (T->SN) mysteriously stopped working about a year after I set it up. The other instance on the same shared server, s.russwurm.org lost comms in both directions. One of these days I'll try purging the Twitterbridge-related tables in the DB, and see if that clears things up.
@andersbateva @bobjonkman Friendica does OStatus and can bridge to GNUSocial, as well as being able to bridge to twitter, basically perfectly. Unfortunately - I don't feel ready to run a public instance - and I don't know who is. (I am working on a public instance though!)
@bobjonkman Definitely! The nascent example at federation.definitelyreal.coffee/friendica is a good place (though, I am planning on wiping it out once I get LDAP working, so sign up and try stuff, but it's going to disappear).