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Cake day: Jun 08, 2020


Some people just have way too much time on their hands.🤷

I don’t really know what you mean?

And yes, it’s a bit cluttered.

This is a great intiative!

But it begs the questions

  • What’s the plan for this to not become just some niche solution? A browser made for HTMLite will not be compatible with most websites because it won’t run javascript, making the WorldWideWeb unusable for most (average) users.

  • Why would I build an HTMLite website if I have the option to do more things with HTML and give it some functionality with js? It’s not like size or bandwidth is a problem for most website providers, otherwise they’d already be making lighter websites.

Don’t get me wrong, I have a website with a very minimalist design and no JavaScript and I’d probably build an HTMLite compatible website but by trying to solve the browser problem you run into another one which is complex websites built around javascript and the convenience for most users.

It was an instance admin who did the ban, not just a developer.

On the other hand, once again if people decide that the instance is “unfair” then they can spin up their own with their own rules and fairness.

EDIT: Imagine trying to belittle an instance admin as just a developer.

Why would it matter if it’s fair or not.

That’s the beauty of lemmy, you run your instance, you are free to do whatever you want.

If you don’t like it, create your own instance and federate.

According to Wikipedia a non-profit:

A nonprofit organization (NPO) is a legal entity organized and operated for a collective, public or social benefit… … A nonprofit is subject to the non-distribution constraint: any revenues that exceed expenses must be committed to the organization’s purpose, not taken by private parties.

Which to me just sounds like a business for profit just with extra steps.

Since non-profit organizations provide a social benefit and literally their name says non-profit then workers shouldn’t be paid more than they need or rather, shouldn’t be paid based on their skillset or shouldn’t be expected to pay high like that. Seems counter-intuitive that an organization that wants to provide a benefit somehow still has to make the same money as a for profit.

I’d say that’s easier said than done. There’s a reason “fake news” have become a thing, they get as much visibility as real reports/news do and a lot of people just read titles and never articles nor sources.

https://www.derechosdigitales.org/ is a great website atleast for chilean people. They have reports and news related to your rights and privacy.

Looking for video explaining anarchism

Sorry if this is not the right community for asking this. …


That’s interesting, never thought about Wikipedia being a privacy problem.

Being antifa is as bad as being a facist.