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Cake day: Sep 19, 2022


Call to Participate in Anarchy 2023 meeting
>On the occasion of the 150th anniversary of the first anti-authoritarian international, international meetings are being prepared in the Swiss Jura mountains. They will take place from July 19 to 23, 2023 - with an extension of a few days to allow time and space for spontaneous meetings. We are making this appeal to clarify the role of these meetings, that is to say our concrete motivations, as well as the way we wish to organize them.

Either federated edits or federated votes, not sure. But indeed it is an issue.

What about “waste heat utilisation of nuclear electricity production” is too hard for you to understand? I still challenge you to find a single non-military, non-experimental nuclear energy use example that is not done for electricity production. Good luck finding one.

District heating was not among the non-electricity use-cases you talked about that time. But this is still nuclear electricity production, just with some heat recycling added, so I stand by my point that non-electricity production use-cases for nuclear energy are unrealistic 🤷‍♂️

The irony is that you are replying to what very much looks like a lightly edited ChatGPT output text ;)

The mod sticker is always there, however a similar functionality as you describe for Reddit seems to have been added to Lemmy recently, but I have not yet used it or seen it being used.

Sounds like a great idea :)

People post shitty articles from right-wing sources here all the time, so this seems by far not the worst offender.

Apparently locked bootloader and a SoC that has very bad main-line Linux kernel support, so no that is not going to happen most likely.

Dunno… click-baity title obviously and the argument doesn’t really hold up as it makes a up a quite peculiar definition of “Fediverse” and then pronounces that dead, while promoting what I think most people consider to be the meaning of “Fediverse” under a different term.

Also would be better without the personal vendetta against Mastodon and Gargron.

Just because we don’t have weird double standards stanning for one imperialist aggressor while vilifying the other, doesn’t mean we align with neocons. But I guess having principles and sticking to them regardless of where the party vanguard wants to go is over the head of most ML sheep.

I get his frustration about large companies using core-js and not contributing back, but he is at least partially sleeping in a bed of his own making by licensing core-js as MIT.

The founding idea of Free-Software was always that everyone contributes a little and by using a each others work you can grow a foundation that is larger than its individual parts. For that to work you should use a copyleft license like the AGPL and treat any library you develop not as an end in itself, but rather as a tool for something else (and this something else might or might not be what you make a living with).

It uses a well known religious metaphor to get the point across. Would work the same with some well known historical example etc.

Ups, sorry I didn’t notice as my Firefox addon just circumvented that pay-wall automatically. I guess there is a version on the internet archive.

I agree. While the initial implementation proposal is hardly better than an RSS feed bot on Mastodon, it does lay the groundwork for true ActivityPub federation it seems. Discourse is a large complex software; Federation will not happen over night.

Have you tried Plasma-Mobile? https://plasma-mobile.org

Also regular Gnome works better with touchscreens than desktop KDE. And there is the Phosh spinn of it, but I am not sure if there is an easy way to install that on a x86 PC.

Edit: ah and there is Maui Shell https://github.com/Nitrux/maui-shell

$40 for setting up an email server? No way 😅

We know too little about what is going wrong with your setup. Did you try asking on the Yunohost forums or their chat?

The old Thunderbird XMPP integration doesn’t support OMEMO. But there are many modern XMPP clients where OMEMO works out of the box without issues.

Turning it into a Firefox plugin would be quite ironic as that was what it used to be pretty much before the Mozilla browser was split into Firefox and Thunderbird.

cross-posted from: https://slrpnk.net/post/244182 > Link in German, but after all these years of people complaining and even if analytics are explicitly disabled in Element, it still phones home :(

Sadly most Android tablets are too locked down to allow this.

There are however two upcomming Linux tablets that look very promising: the FydeTab Duo and the PineTab2. Not really budget options though I guess.

What is dead can never die :) XMPP works fine and I think it still has quite some future.

Has been a good while since we had a good shower and faucet discussion on Lemmy.ml 😱

I don’t know if there ever was a similar initiative with xmpp?

Google used to run a standard compliant XMPP server with easily 10-100 times as many users as matrix.org, and that turned out to be really bad for the open XMPP federation after they decided to break federation for business reasons. The same is likely if not inevitable with Element since they are a for-profit company with lots of Venture Capital investment.

There is a room search engine for XMPP: https://search.jabber.network/

But to be honest, XMPP (contrary to Matrix) doesn’t try very hard to replace IRC. Its much more used for 1:1 and private encrypted group-chats similar to WhatsApp/Signal etc. And joining IRC channels is so seamless from XMPP that the IRC users don’t even notice (also contrary to Matrix).

You might want to give the updated Gajim another try then. The GUI was significantly improved not long ago: https://gajim.org/screenshots/

OsmAnd version 4.3 mapping app for Android released
Much faster OpenGL map tile rendering and other cool stuff.

I am sometimes tempted to check if people here with alt-accounts on Lemmygrad are double voting, but then realize I have better stuff to do…

Speculating here, but it sounds like the offending post got reported by some overzealous fedizen, but then the admin had a short look at the post timeline of this person and decided it was neither worth keeping the account nor worth discussing with them. Stuff like that happens sometimes 🤷‍♂️

And this kind of complaining in a blog post kinda proves the admin might have been correct in their quick assessment.

You will also be able to use it from a XMPP account via the Slidge gateway soon. In fact 1:1 chats already work and group chats are a work in progress.

Did you try the recent 13.x release of Misskey? Apparently it got a massive speed improvement. Didn’t try it myself yet though and also don’t really have fresh memory to compare it against.

This looks very interesting for integrating AI painting into an Artist's toolbox.

Sadly there is no built-in way to move an account yet. Just put your new account into the profile of your old one so that people know it isn’t an impersonator.

Move your account to an instance that blocks lemmygrad.ml

There are plenty of instances that do that due to the low quality posts and comments from lemmygrad.

The option to migrate a Twitter account from an archive seems useful. Seems to work with Mastodon and Misskey as well.

The Vaults of Minos open-sourced
Code under the GPL. Only free as in beer art assets though.

As far as I can tell the current science sees two overlapping effects there, one temporary weakening effect that can be reversed and one they describe as accelerated aging or sanding-down of the immune system that is pretty much irreversible without something like a bone marrow transplant or such.

Indeed it is implied that these changes are irreversible and at best can be slowed down. But there is still a lot of open research in this area AFAIK.

What does “aged” mean in the context of immune system? Does an immune system have an age that is independent of the age of the rest of the body? That would be the first time I’ve heard about this.

That is indeed a thing, although I agree that “age” is maybe not the best term for it. This only somewhat related article explains well that is meant by that.

Adding comments to your static blog with Mastodon
Seems to use the Mastodon API though.

Sounds like a massive release. [Full change log here](https://github.com/misskey-dev/misskey/blob/develop/CHANGELOG.md), but it is partially in Japanese.