Dessalines
admin
113M

Stuff I did:

  • Added an option on user ban, to remove all their content from the site, or from the community you banned them from.
  • Created a lemmy-js-client.
  • Added some more federation unit tests, based on a working blocklist.
  • Added a way for mods to leave the mod team.
  • Fixed a bug for community search, and a cross-post url issue.
@nutomic
admin
creator
103M

Not that much progress for me this week. I did a big refactor implementing a Context, so we dont have to pass things like database connection or http client everywhere. And I am currently implementing a queue for sending out activities, so that sends dont run synchronously in the API handlers, and requests can be retried on failure.

Hey, firefox on linux with a user agent of Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 10.0; rv:76.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/76.0 with the extensions uBlock origin, privacy badger, decentraleyes, HTTPS everywhere, a useragentswitcher, privacy tools, and cookie autodelete

Has been crashing on lemmy, specifically around multiple comment edits.

This is probably not the right place to put it but I’m drunk, hope this is helpful / please direct me to the portal for bug reports

e: love your stuff, please keep being you it’s amazing

@nutomic
admin
creator
13M

You can open an issue on our Github, but if the browser crashes then thats really a browser issue (or due to a plugin). So you should look for a crash log from Firefox and post it to their forum or bug tracker. Or you could try to disable your plugins to see if that fixes the problem.

@inwardpath
13M

For some reason the first time I land on the homepage, a bunch of images are broken, but after navigating around a bit it seems to go away. Not sure what’s going on.

@nutomic
admin
creator
23M

Ah thats the rate limit we have in nginx. I suppose we should increase that.

Edit: I increased the rate limit so this problem wont happen anymore.

@inwardpath
23M

Ah, okay. Can confirm I’m no longer seeing the issue. 👍

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