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Joined duela urte bat
Cake day: ira. 08, 2021


Everyone is happy.

Except for nations and religions that celebrate their holidays on a 29th/30th/31st. And businesses because they like accounting in periods smaller than a year like quarters or semesters while 13 is a prime number (still possible but not really neat). Unfortunately.

I’d still root for the International Fixed Calendar though.

I recently had the problem that content wasn’t federated too at https://veganbtw.net/c/veg_discussion and https://feddit.de/c/veg_discussion@veganbtw.net.

In the past there was a similar issue where one instance had too few workers allocated to “pushing” the changes to other instances, so maybe an instance specific problem?


EDIT: maybe also just overloaded because of the new members from the kuketzblog community?

I think it is good that Lemmy does not show the total score which, I believe, reduces this effect a little bit.

A somewhat related behaviour is voting based on the score, e.g. downvoting a deeply negative comment. I fell for this too and I am so glad that you can disable the displaying of the score so that the only thing that matters is content.

Read that the other day too. Then I observed my dog for a couple of days but can’t confirm. Doggo shits in any direction.

EDIT: lol @ the image in the description

Any reason to form a new one instead of joining one of the existing? Like the CPUSA?

Just a few lines below your quote on Wikipedia there is a possible answer:

During subsequent years, the group was generally vilified by conservative and religious critics who claimed that the Illuminati continued underground and were responsible for the French Revolution.

Elites being afraid of change that would threaten their power. So they make up propaganda to discredit their enemies.

I used to run gotify too, especially for UnifiedPush, but it was quite unreliable for me. Nowadays I’m using ntfy which works flawlessly.

This is so important. It’s astounishing how often I come across papers with results that are not reproducable because they either don’t publish their code or their data sets or neither. These are effectively useless.

Afaik only text is replicated and images are only hosted at the server (more specifically the pictrs instance) where it was uploaded. However, I don’t know about the legal implications of linking to possibly illegal content.

ForgeFed, Forgefriends, Forgeflux, Gitea federation, Vervis, Pagure, the Friendly Forge Format, and so on.

Wow, impressive that there are already so many initiatives I never heard of.

I don’t even think it would be too bad to mix it on a server since users have the possibilities to block whole communities (in contrast to servers which can only be done by admins for all users). Though I find your concern regarding moderation relatable. Maybe a feature for the admin panel would be nice where you can specify comminities/servers that are not shown in the All timeline or where all posts are marked as NSFW by default (if there is not such a feature yet)

we had to remove the Bitwarden instance for the time being, to review the flood of responses coming in to us from the community regarding information about the purpose behind Lemmy via the creators

What the heck? It’s free software and a specific detail about free software is that it may be used for any purpose regardless of the authors ideas. That’s some serious fucked up witch hunt.

Chicken or the egg problem. Many people want a lot of (quality) content and diverse content comes from many people.

I recently tried UB touch on an old Nexus 4 (again) and came to the same conclusion. It is incredibly polished and nice to use and if my phone’s screen wasn’t broken I’d be tempted to make it my daily driver (though I should test if calls work first :D).

Btw does anyone know, why it’s still based on Ubuntu 16.04?

The spoiler markdown formatting:

::: spoiler Text to display
Hidden stuff

At the bottom of the guide in the docs all supported formatting options are shown :)

Help Chile write free software values, privacy, and digital sovereignty into their constitution
TL;DR: Chile is currently running a convent for a new constitution and there is a proposal to adopt the free software values and privacy into their constitution. It will be proposed to the convent if 15,000 Chilean signatures can be collected.