@penloy
128M

no

OP asked for it, lmao.

@tfpc
creator
58M

:(

@otso
78M

.no is reserved for norway. if you are norwegian, you could probably host your own lemmy instance

@k_o_t
admin
6
edit-2
8M

you know you don’t have to really follow these rules?

@RandomSovietKid
6
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8d

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@k_o_t
admin
5
edit-2
8M

hm, i’m not sure actually now, i didn’t know that individual countries could create their own rules, in my statement i was going of the fact that most country-specific domains (.io, .ai etc) are not used in country-specific applications…

@Echedenyan
4
edit-2
8M

Yes, they can, like .cat or .es or .eu. For .cat for example you must live in Catalunya or promote their culture (the page also in their language is an example), for .es I think that the requirement was only to live in Spain and for .eu you must be a citizen of a country inside the EU.

There are also plenty of other requirements like the type of forbidden content, etc

@leanleft
68M

this is why i joined this site… dark mode and cheesy puns

@Freeplay
4
edit-2
18d

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