Freedom is a synthetic enterprise, not a natural gift.
Yeah, the Web3 shit is a bit fishy but maybe they are doing it because it attracks customers, the IPFS thing is a nice addition although the MetaMask shit is not, ultimately, if they provide a good and free e-mail service and the rest does not interfere I am good with it though.
Regarding the PDF thing I think that is optional for inputting it, since I was able to copy the code to my password manager.
I have to do a poll, but it will most likely be that way.
Regarding the politics, I feel you, and I agree everything is political and such, but I think there’s a middle point where most people can agree it’s bearable, and other times not. For example, I really hate seeing liberal memes, and I’m sure liberals hate seeing Leninists memes here but there are gray places when it’s hard. I think I will leave it like this for now.
I was thinking the same regarding comics, since a lot of people post them here and they are not memes, may be a good idea to do the same with everything that’s not a meme.
I was also thinking the same as @firstname.lastname@example.org and maybe having separate communities for political memes may be a good idea, and leave /c/memes just for plain humour, although this can be harder to do since a lot of stuff ends up having politics in one way or another.
I don’t know if I should take this decision by myself just because I’m a mod, though, so maybe hearing out what the rest have to say is a nice idea.
I was a moderator of an image board once and basically they tell you that you should be lurking and if you see anything that breaks the ToC you should delete it and ban that IP if it’s too horrible. Mind you this image board wasn’t so big (it’s not super small, though) so maybe moderation in some bigger one is a bit more serious.
Not the brightest moment in my life, hehe. sighs in depression
This, but it’s not quite ready for release yet and also it’s per se an e-reader but rather a tablet with an e-ink display, which makes it more powerful but also could have its drawbacks.
Then there’s this which is designed so that you build it yourself and to be relatively cheap, but you have to assemble it so if you don’t have the technical skills it might be an issue.
What methods did you use to learn during those 3 years? What were your learning (grammar, vocabulary, pronunciation, etc)? Did you manage to retain some of the knowledge acquired during those years? Honestly you picked a hard language to learn, 3 years learning Spanish without some proper teacher is not that much to be honest, I’ve been learning German for that amount by myself and I’m not even close to being that good honestly, so don’t feel bad about it.
From this thread:
I would consider National Bolshevism as more of a right wing ideology since it is not internationalist as opposed to Marxism Leninism (where there in fact exists nationalism, for example Ho Chi Minh was one, but it is combined with internationalism). National Anarchism is simply one of the stupidest things it could exist, since anarchism is a proponent of a stateless society therefore it is contradictory to its roots; it can be considered as much anarchist as Anarcho Capitalism.
Ahh, I get your point, I think it could redirect by default to the human readable one but if one where to delete to only the ID should also work. Yeah, I understand the only title based URL part.
I disagree on being nicer, since it makes the URL larger and it does not follow the same pattern as everything else, but let’s agree on disagree on that part.
Mmm, I see your point now. what about something like:
Yeah, that’s also an issue, and sure opt in ads are not that bad since it’s probably one or two clicks away and they’re gone, as long as it doesn’t get like the Android ecosystem where everything you download that’s not from F-droid is basically an ad hell where every part of the GUI is used to display something or pop up something when you’re using it.
I think in an ideal world, the government should have to fund this, to some degree or other, because at the end of the day the world depends on open source software, and the solution is neither to make it closed source or something inherently wrong with open source, it’s just ravaging capitalism. If governments would stop using shitty Windows and pay some money to Linux+GNOME+KDE+etc they would save some money and also give funding.