Since the influx of new users coming to !genzedong@lemmygrad.ml (after /r/genzedong was quarantined), that community seems to be overwhelming the “Active” algorithm.

Currently, 14 of the 20 posts on my frontpage view of lemmy.ml are from that one community. Perhaps lemmy’s “active” algorithm could be adjusted to prevent a single community from dominating the front page to this extent?

(I realize I could just unsubscribe from it, and also that I can use the “local” tab to ignore everything from other instances, but I don’t want to do either of those things.)

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The thing is, I’d still want to see lemmygrad posts (including c/genzedong), just not see only genzedong@lemmygrad.

@AgreeableLandscape
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Fair enough. I get where you’re coming from then, the sorting algorithm could do a better job at balancing content from different communities.

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