Is there something what diaspora* has and mastodon not.
Hm, so how do you compare Twitter and Facebook. Is there something one has, and the other does not?
This is not a direct analogy, of course. A simplification.
Mastodon is a microblogging platform, diaspora - macroblogging. Apart from no text limits, it has its own tricks, advantages and a stable userbase.
If you really wish to know what unique stuff it has compared to Mastodon, I invite you to create an account (if you haven’t already) and check for yourself.
If you’re curious, you can also check 10 other federated networks. Each of them has unique nice features. Hopefully, all of them will connect to one another, some day in the future. That will definitely be the end of life. For Twitter and Facebook.
Our discourse is a place for user/podmin support and project discussions and proposals, not a place to have chats about everything. Please do not use it as such.
If you have actual questions about the usage or development of diaspora or want to raise proposals for future diaspora development, feel free to do so, but this is way too off-topic for this platform.