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[Mod] What is your vision for asklemmy?
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Hey! Back after a large break from lemmy and after returning to the community it seems it is more advice focused: `what is the best way to learn programming` vs story focused `what is a bad mistake when you started programming`. My job as a moderator is to serve the community best I can, so instead of changing the rules to recklessly to bar topics further without consent, I want to extend an invitation for *you*, the members of the community, to share what you want to see content wise from this community. **Examples:** > I like it as is! or > New rules ideas > - Only questions about cats are allowed > - Posts about dogs will result in being banned Thank you! Evan
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What are you glad you did before you died?
"debated more NATO shills/tankies on Lemmy" probably won't be on that list
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How to Block a Community?
Hi. As I am new on Lemmy I wonder, how I can block communities where I am not are interested in. At the moment, I switch to my user menue, switch to Preferences and to Blockings. There I enter the name of the respective community. But I assume there could be a shorter way for blocking a community directly from my timeline, if I do not want to have its posts in my timeline. Is there such a button vice versa to the Follow/Subscribe button or is it not?
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Are there more spanish speaker servers?
Hi there, haven't found another server aside ours
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in what degree different ideas are accepted in lemmy ?
Greetings, I always had a problem with a site called reddit,yes lemmy is not reddit,and yesterday I have been permanently banned from it.Mostly there are two reasons: anti-migrant statements, and speaking against LGBTQ .I don’t want to do self-censorship.So is this site for me or should I find another one ? -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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What bad habits of reddit's userbase have you noticed on Lemmy sites?
# NO POLITICS. Almost inevitably, most of the people joining Lemmy instances are former-reddit posters those who consider it a 'reddit clone' as opposed to an independent link aggregator site. This can be seen in the most popular communities (simply recreations of existing reddit subreddits), terminology (people saying 'sublemmies' or 'subs') and most importantly, habits. What social habits have you seen that are commonplace on reddit but should really be discouraged among users moving to here?
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