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Joined 3Y ago
Cake day: May 16, 2020


So we can link to fash shit as long as we say it’s fash shit right?

Site breaking so much it took ten minutes to post this (if it goes through this time).

This instance is more SFW and less “edgy” so I don’t think we would mesh well and might cause tensions between the rest of the site.

I hope the subjectiveness allows for the time honoured tradition of Chapo users posting pigpoopballs.jpg?

Mod ruling: this post doesn’t violate TOS because I convinced her not to post porn

The Spartans were especially famous for their dry, understated wit, which is now known as “laconic humor”. This can be contrasted with the “Attic salt” or “Attic wit” – the refined, poignant, delicate humour of Sparta’s chief rival, leftist memers.

Stanley is probably just trolling with this dog dick nonsense fwiw.

Can the TOS have a strict definition of what encompasses that? Would cut down on smart-assed posters arguing about what constitutes porn in the future.

Pornography is a nebulous term and can be interpreted in many ways. Just look at the neverending porn Vs erotic art debate for example.

I was an active user of Chapo, add me because I suggested Lemmy in the first place

Already use GIMP so I’ll probably transition to other programs at some point.

What ThinkPad should I get for running the Adobe suite?
What's the lowest model I can get away with Ubuntu and wine?

Just here to be included in the FBI list!

Going through older than a decade long logs and emails from early 4chan admins right now. Keep thinking of their naïve predictions contrasted with what it became.

What would people think about 2 (two) features for moderators to enable if they wanted?

  1. Forced anonymous, hiding name to everyone who isn’t a mod so it isn’t easily abusable. You still need an account, it is just an option to hide username. It be be set by a user or on by default.

  2. Signed posts, being able to sign your post with a strong key.

It’s less of a squatter, more of an absentee landlord type issue.

I have one I made a year ago that I would gladly hand over if I knew the password. Perhaps I may suggest a use it or lose it policy. If you don’t log in for a year (more than enough time), your account is forfeit.

As a moderator I’ve noticed many teams attempt to jury rig ways to purge active users on their respective platforms. Many big titans who have operated for years with millions of users occasionally do inactive user purges to free up old usernames.

Edit: I think a reasonable option would be messaging and removing the moderation team if no manual moderator actions take place within a medium timeframe. Three months sounds good to take into account the more sporadic communities.