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Joined 2M ago
Cake day: Aug 04, 2022


Cyberpunk 2077 is pretty good now a days, also enjoying some Assassins Creed Syndicate (the London one). Unciv is a pretty decent micro-civilization clone, also available for phones so I’ve been playing it while sitting down for 15 minutes if you know what I mean.

So the community is banned not for the posts or moderation in it, but for posts made by the moderator in other communities? I think that’s unfortunate.

Please clarify what rules were broken for /c/askawoman to be removed.
I saw that the newly created community "askawoman" was deleted due to being a "troll community", with reason being https://lemmy.ml/post/486254. I never had the chance to visit lemmy.ml/c/askawoman, but see nothing in the provided link that indicates that it's a troll community. Could the administration please clarify what made you decide it had to be removed so I can make sure I don't do the same and get my own communities blocked from federation?

How would federated posts look if the original server went down? Just a 404 not found on the picture and the discussion left intact?

Voice assistants made me realise I’m a modern day luddite, with a smartphone and a strong aversion for using even an emulated AI.


The royal family is too passive to be called looters, they’re more like parasites than pirates if anything.

It’s so nice to see people not only talk about Lemmy outside of the fediverse, but also advocating self hosting.

I don’t mind such chains as long as it’s easy to minimise them and skip the entire chain. It’s one click to avoid annoyance for me and seemingly endless fun for the “This’ers”.

I tried to watch the video but I gave up after half of it had played and I still didn’t know his it worked.


Seems like a way to train people to have short, visual only attention spans and to consider the phone’s fake 2 minute countdown as the users life line to social interaction.

Seems like a detriment to society, just like at least half of the video claimed other social media’s to be.

Next would be banning people for content on entirely different platforms.

I think that’s the situation Salamander is arguing against. And I support him. But I also support that every instance should be able to moderate and administrate how they see fit - That’s why I, as a user on a different instance, don’t care about the ban itself.

But with the shared nature of federation, quite a few of the communities I interact with are on lemmy.ml. I’d very much like to know the rules so I don’t break them, or if I find that I don’t agree with them - so I can find or create other places to participate, instead of trying to change the fundamentals of already existing communities or instances.

No. Where would people be driven, into international waters?

Update Lemmy.ml's Code of Conduct
Due to the recent ban of a wolfballs.com-user for "Bigotry and racism on his main account on Wolfball." it is requested that Lemmy.ml updates the Code of Conduct to reflect actual moderation. Please consider adding that Lemmy.ml will ban users for comments made with other accounts on other instances.

Norwegian online newspapers have dedicated at least twice as much space to the event as bbc.co.uk. I think I saw her obituary below a recipe for pasta. It’s weird.

How’s work


That’s the spirit!

Cool. Is gitea the new https://github.com/LemmyNet/lemmy? I’m hoping to help out with translations, are there separate accounts for each subdomain or some sort of SSO?

Yes. There shouldn’t be more than 37 books at any given time.

Good job on making it work! No idea what’s going on, I’m using the same extension, it’s active and no problems for me. Oh well.

No, should be on lemmy.ml as well…

Update, visited lemmy.ml in an anonymous browser window and still got the RSS button. I have no clue friend.

Bug: Can't subscribe to remote/federated PeerTube channels on a PeerTube server
Examples, same PeerTube instance but different parent accounts (https://peertube.co.uk/) **Search for, find and able to subscribe:** https://peertube.co.uk/c/cinema https://peertube.co.uk/c/linux_lounge **Search for, sometimes spinning forever, sometimes "No Results":** https://peertube.co.uk/c/chrisweredigital@share.tube https://peertube.co.uk/c/blender_channel@video.blender.org **Edit/update:** As I get more familiar with Lemmy and PeerTube, this turns out to be an artifact of federation. The "@" obviously designates an account on a different server and when "https://peertube.co.uk/c/chrisweredigital@share.tube" won't resolve, "https://share.tube/c/chrisweredigital" will. Original title "Bug: Can't subscribe to PeerTube channels with "@" in the name" changed.