• CorganaOP
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      327 months ago

      36k is referring to daily active users, not total accounts, so the whole network is more comperable to a single medium-large subreddit.

      • smoothbrain coldtakes
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        207 months ago

        I’m happy with that, honestly.

        I have quality conversations with quality users because it hasn’t been diluted.

        • @RGB3x3@lemmy.world
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          67 months ago

          I miss the larger conversations on smaller communities that Reddit had, just due to its size as a site. For example, r/BeachHouse or r/HighQualityGifs or any miscellaneous game subreddit.

          But I’d bet Lemmy can get there over time. It’ll just be fairly slow-going at first.

    • @CeruleanRuin@lemmings.world
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      17 months ago

      Which is weirdly ideal, if what you want is a sense of actual community.

      Once you get to metropolitan numbers, you get the same paradoxical disconnectedness that you find in a densely-populated city.