Olaf Radicke
  • Male
  • Krefeld, NRW
  • Germany
Share on Facebook

Olaf Radicke's Friends

  • William F Rushby
  • Pastor Samuel Muderhwa

Olaf Radicke's Groups

- THE INDEPENDENT FRIEND -

Loading… Loading feed

 

Olaf Radicke's Page

Latest Activity

Olaf Radicke commented on QuakerQuaker's blog post 'QuakerQuaker Resolution for 2023—Can You Help?'
"Hi Martin! Is there a technical concept? Olaf"
1st month 7
Kirby Urner commented on Olaf Radicke's blog post 'It's time for quakerquaker.org to move to Mastodon'
"Yeah I'm on Mastodon through being a Subgenius (as well as Quaker).  It's a fine platform but you don't just "move" a complex archives to it.  A heart transplant might be easier?  Start fresh and call it…"
12th month 6, 2022
Olaf Radicke commented on Olaf Radicke's blog post 'It's time for quakerquaker.org to move to Mastodon'
"An helpful how to about following hashtags: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QCRb4qEbUPo"
12th month 6, 2022
Olaf Radicke commented on Olaf Radicke's blog post 'It's time for quakerquaker.org to move to Mastodon'
"Hi Martin! Thanks for the answer and the explanation. We already follow each other on Mastodon. I would be happy if we gradually become more. Especially here in Germany, where there are so few friends, a digital exchange is an enrichment. Let's…"
12th month 5, 2022
Martin Kelley commented on Olaf Radicke's blog post 'It's time for quakerquaker.org to move to Mastodon'
"Hi Olaf, The Ning platform which QuakerQuaker.org uses has mostly frozen in features and to upgrade to the newest (still not very new) version would double the monthly bill. I keep the site going mainly because people still like to use this and for…"
12th month 4, 2022
Olaf Radicke posted a blog post

It's time for quakerquaker.org to move to Mastodon

I like the approach of quakerquaker.org to connect people. But I think it is time that quakerquaker.org moves to Mastodon. Why? There are many reasons:The layout of quakerquaker.org is old and hard to use on mobile devices.There is no multi factor authentication.There are no mobile appsThe advantages that Mastodon brings:It is easy to follow people.It is decentralized but still easy to connect with other communities. Much like the monthly meetings.The software is open source and actively…See More
12th month 4, 2022
Olaf Radicke left a comment for Volker Eulering
"Hallo Volker, willst du nicht mal nach Krefeld ins Meeting vorbeikommen: https://the-independent-friend.de/page/krefeld/ VG Olaf"
9th month 24, 2022
Olaf Radicke left a comment for William F Rushby
"Hello William! Yes you are right, this is a place full of history. For quakers and mennonites. I move there in January. Currently I'm still living in Augsburg. Here in Augsburg I have close contacts with Mennonites. We have Mennonite and Quaker…"
10th month 30, 2020
William F Rushby left a comment for Olaf Radicke
"Hello, Olaf!  As you feel able, it would be encouraging to hear more about your spiritual pilgrimage!  Krefeld is an important place in Anabaptist/Quaker history.  Is there a community of nonresistant Christians there now?"
10th month 30, 2020
William F Rushby left a comment for Olaf Radicke
"Welcome, Olaf!  "
10th month 28, 2020
Olaf Radicke updated their profile
10th month 28, 2020

Profile Information

Olaf Radicke's Blog

It's time for quakerquaker.org to move to Mastodon

Posted on 12th mo. 4, 2022 at 6:33am 4 Comments

I like the approach of quakerquaker.org to connect people. But I think it is time that quakerquaker.org moves to Mastodon. Why? There are many reasons:

  • The layout of quakerquaker.org is old and hard to use on mobile devices.
  • There is no multi factor authentication.
  • There are no mobile apps

The advantages that Mastodon brings:

  • It is easy to follow people.
  • It is decentralized but still easy to connect with other communities.…
Continue

Comment Wall (2 comments)

You need to be a member of QuakerQuaker to add comments!

Join QuakerQuaker

At 6:02am on 10th mo. 30, 2020, William F Rushby said…

Hello, Olaf!  As you feel able, it would be encouraging to hear more about your spiritual pilgrimage!  Krefeld is an important place in Anabaptist/Quaker history.  Is there a community of nonresistant Christians there now?

At 9:21pm on 10th mo. 28, 2020, William F Rushby said…

Welcome, Olaf!  

 
 
 

Support Us

Did you know that QuakerQuaker is 100% reader supported? Our costs run to about $50/month. If you think this kind of outreach and conversation is important, please support it with a monthly subscription or one-time gift.

Latest Activity

Keith Saylor commented on Keith Saylor's blog post 'Online Version of William Rogers 1680 text "The Christian Quaker..."'
"Christonomy The 19 charges Henry Pickworth published against the early Quaker leadershipin under…"
yesterday
Chris Holmes updated their profile
6th day (Fri)
Forrest Curo replied to Forrest Curo's discussion 'Why Has It Needed To Be Like This?'
"Meditating/praying about this tonight, I felt a strong reminder of what I'd been neglecting in…"
3rd day (Tue)
Jan Michael replied to Forrest Curo's discussion 'Why Has It Needed To Be Like This?'
"We could speculate why god set things up this way but I suspect the complete understanding lies…"
3rd day (Tue)
Forrest Curo replied to Forrest Curo's discussion 'Why Has It Needed To Be Like This?'
"I'm glad I asked! Rami Shapiro is goodfolks; I liked his piece in a collection re Jewish takes…"
1st month 23
Jan Michael replied to Forrest Curo's discussion 'Why Has It Needed To Be Like This?'
"It seems to be a common, shared experience that although we may believe in a Spirit behind physical…"
1st month 22
William R Martin updated their profile
1st month 20
Forrest Curo replied to Forrest Curo's discussion 'Why Has It Needed To Be Like This?'
"I haven't ignored your response; but I've had some trouble finding "how to respond…"
1st month 18

© 2023   Created by QuakerQuaker.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service