It may take some time to find the Hubzilla server (hub) you trust to be sure your data is safe. Best is if you know the administrator's character and how he works.If you don't know a hub administrator, you can start as a user on a public server to test its functionalities, while being still careful with your sensitive data and complying with the terms of service, indicated under the page /TermsOfService of a hub, i.e. hubzilla.org/TermsOfService.Make some considerations before choosing a server: Which release version do you want to test? For the latest release see zotlabs.org/channel/hubzilla-announcements. The version of a hub is indicated on its page /siteinfo, i.e. hubzilla.org/siteinfo Beside the built-in protocol Zot, do you want to test other protocols? The provided protocols by a hub are again listed on its page /siteinfo. Which apps do you want to test? Hubs usually provide only a specific set of apps. These are listed on the page /siteinfo.json of any hub, i.e. hubzilla.org/siteinfo.json.Following two websites provide sortable tables for the location of the hubs, their release version or their openness to registration: hubzilla.fediverse.observer (contains also infos about the protocols the hubs use 😀!) the-federation.info/hubzillaYou also find a list of hubs which are open for registrations under the page /pubsites of any Hubzilla server, for example hubzilla.org/pubsites the page /sites?project=hubzilla of any Zap server, for example z.macgirvin.com/sites?project=hubzilla
with most being 10 people or under
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I think @Witcraft may have meant https://hub.hubzilla.de/ ?
but I know when Im working with, say, my grandma, one stable place is best lol