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Cake day: Nov 25, 2020


I suspect that they just fail to understand federation 😏

Maybe you can explain a bit better what makes it unique? I always thought it is just another blogging platform?

Not federated (yet?) But there is a FOSS Deviant art alternative: https://github.com/Weasyl/weasyl

Pixelfed also has some community features and should work fine for art sharing.

Hmm, the banana might be a bit much, maybe with plantain banana it would be better? But Pineapple & curry sounds like a good mix 😊

No space after the : 🙃 It normally pops up after the second letter.

There actually is, it is just hidden 🥳

Start typing “:” and some letter and it will pop up.

Needs a version with “What state planners think a city looks like Vs. what it actually looks like” 🤦‍♂️

Uhm, where did you get that picture of me from? 😱

I wish there was a way to easily transfer accounts between instances (nomadic identity), so that federation could really shine (as it definitely benefits smaller instances), but I am also sometimes annoyed by the low effort drive-by comments that federation enables.

Digging tunnels is expensive 😏

High speed rail is actually incredibly destructive to normal speed rail and the main reason why most countries lost a good railway network and are left with expensive to operate and use high-speed rail on a few main connections.

Yes it is possible to use Hubzilla groups with ActivityPub and vise versa, but I am not sure if they work with Lemmy.

Friendica used to be even closer to Hubzilla, but then the new maintainers rewrote much of the core to become ActivityPub native.

The lemmygrad hivemind circle jerk club is only a notch above that in intelligence though…

Hubzilla is pretty similar to Friendica as the original design is by the same person, and yes it has groups.

Yes it would be possible via the Pubcrawl ActivityPub plugin of Hubzilla. But since AP is not native to Hubzilla it is a bit hit or miss.

I ran a Hubzilla instance for a few years and ultimately came to the conclusion that it works nicely as a personal cloud for friends and family, but is less suitable for an internet community.

User level blocking Vs. moderation?
Is there a plan to prevent the issue that a moderator has individually blocked a user, but then is unable to see the posts of that user and moderate them should that become necessary? Maybe there could be a toggle to temporarily disable user blocks for communities one has to moderate?

[The reverse is also available](https://git.mastodont.cat/spla/replicator), but who would want that?

Crossgeposted von: https://community.nicfab.it/post/6556 > Tech companies could be fined $25 million (£18 million) – or ten percent of their global annual revenue – if they don't build suitable mechanisms to scan for child sex abuse material (CSAM) in end-to-end encrypted messages and an amended UK law is passed. > > The proposed update to the Online Safety bill [PDF], currently working its way through Parliament, states that British and foreign providers of a "regulated user-to-user service" must report any shared child sexual exploitation and abuse (CSEA) content to the country's National Crime Agency.

Wayland is not going to save the Linux Desktop
Some issues with Wayland explained.