We just launched our instance at https://beehaw.org not too long ago.

However, a good number of people have been asking questions like this for the past several days on our Discord server.

P.S. - I will have a big surprise (hopefully…if all goes well) for the Lemmy community in March.

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2urte bat

Nice to see another instance pop up on the network :D

Just a note though: you seem to have a little oopsie in the federation config :P

“Blocked instances”

@suspended@lemmy.ml
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1urte bat

Yeah, thanks. That ‘oopsie’ doesn’t seem to be a pressing issue right now. However, I could be wrong.

Tmpod
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0urte bat

Also, I’ve added your instance to lemmy.pt’s allowlist ;)

Dessalines
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P.S. - I will have a big surprise (hopefully…if all goes well) for the Lemmy community in March.

Sweet!

Jesse
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3urte bat

Will there be a big announcement? I don’t want to miss it.

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2urte bat

I promise to make the announcement here, yes.

Tmpod
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2urte bat

You leave me very curious :D

@alexlehm@feddit.de
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4urte bat

i think the main support is to parcipate, Lemmy is still quite small and there is no enough content

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2urte bat

Also, spreading the word around to other online spaces, that would either want to host their own lemmy server, or join here. @nutomic@lemmy.ml and I just want to code, and would really appreciate ppl helping with that.

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3urte bat

In my opinion, the most useful thing you can do is contribute your own time and skill. Whether by coding, reporting issues, translating, running/moderating an instance or something else. All of these things can be done effectively by volunteers, and in fact its much easier than trying to hire an additional person with donation money (we tried that and it didnt really work out).

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2urte bat

For sure. Reporting issues and translating are the easiest to do, and even running an instance is pretty easy, though it comes with a monthly cost ($5/month is enough for a moderately sized instance by Lemmy’s standards). Contributing with code requires more specialization but it’s also very useful.
There are a lot of options, so people can pick whatever they are the most comfortable with :)

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