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I wasn’t suggesting implementing lemmy itself in JS/Typescript, but just adapt the lemmy-js-client (which is aimed at Node.js, if I’m not mistaken) to Deno.

Deno is an interesting alternative to Node.js. It is written itself in Rust (on top of V8) and with a much saner toolchain and it’s aimed to server-side and CLI. The reason is exactly because the port of the Node.js client to Deno would be almost trivial (just changing some idiomatic ES6 imports) and it could open a whole new bunch of opportunities to new cool tools to interact with Lemmy.

Nice. I guess a few can be added to the CentOS branch in 2021 (CentOS stream, Rocky)

lemmy client for Deno

Any plans on making a port of lemmy-js-client to Deno (https://deno.land/) ?..

Two reasons mainly:

  • It’s lightweight. I can focus on the content with no distractions
  • The content is independent and grassroots. Most stuff is people writing about what they like or think. Not contaminated by click baiting, corporate “infotainment”, etc

OK, thanks. I was curious if this was their official policy now.

Is this verified? Not defending reddit, but is there a ban for all Tor traffic or was it just a single account that they decided looked “suspicious”?

Fair enough, I didn’t go through all of them [especially since I don’t speak Dutch :)] The point was that many applications use this kind of list so it could be worth to adapt a more complete one (not that we should use that particular one).

It might be worth to ask volunteers (speaking languages other than english) to help adapt something like https://github.com/LDNOOBW/List-of-Dirty-Naughty-Obscene-and-Otherwise-Bad-Words