Update:
It has been almost 5 months since I started running a Snikket server. I only had to update once and that was very easy. I faced no issues as of now on the server side. The uptime has been 100%.

This is a blog post I have written on my experience fsci.in/blog/snikket-experienc

I found @snikket_im project chatroom as very helping and welcoming. They try their best to help newbies in self-hosting, which usually takes a lot of patience.

As Free Software Community of India(fsci.in), we would like to promote Fediverse on this occassion on our blog post.

Here is a rough draft codema.in/d/en04tI5u/a-blog-po

Any suggestions/feedback to improve it? Trying to write concisely for new users.

Running Snikket on a server and the experience has been very smooth. Good quality audio/video calls and file transfer is a breeze as well. Took a few minutes to set up and gives 95% compliance out of the box.

Thanks @sahil for the help and giving me a server.

Let's recommend Quicksy (quicksy.im) chatting app for newbies to get into free software and privacy. Quicksy has an easy sign-up using phone number, which gives same convenience as WhatsApp, Telegram, Signal and further it is free software, decentralized, federated and interoperable. I am able to use free software without being alienated from the society because of this option.

ravidwivedi.in/posts/quicksy-a