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Are votes meant to be secret?
cross-posted from: https://nerdica.net/objects/a85d7459-2062-fb8c-41e8-d80431578764 > From the UI that pretty much copies Reddit's in the regard, it would seem that yes. However, the votes are actually not secret. Maybe they were when they were local, but now they are transmitted to the federated instances. From other platforms, like Friendica, one can actually see the votes as (dis)likes. I can see your votes. > > [...] The original post contains a more detailed discussion, but I feel like the question deserved to be asked here as well.

Had to hand-fetch to see this on lemmy.ml, what about this answer?



I thought I would be able to comment here


I am very eager for the day where the countries just lose their sovereignty within a true European nation. But before that, we need more democratic European institutions. National vetoes would be a problem if they were directed to decisions of the European people, but not so much to when they are directed to ones of the French or German government.



Come on Oda-sensei, a one month break NOW?
::: spoiler spoiler One Piece 1053 So, Baggy is an emperor, I cannot wait a full week to read more about that! That was exactly my thought right before I read that the next chapter is on July 24. And maybe that's not even going to be adressed right away... Thoughts? :::

Spoilers on Friendica and Lemmy
cross-posted from: https://nerdica.net/objects/a85d7459-7662-b1ab-3fdf-c79525915363 > Hello , > > I noticed that both Friendica and Lemmy allow to tag spoilers, but neither is able to understand each other's spoilers. It would be nice to make those compatible.

lemmy spoiler

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What do you mean by “run”? A gouvernment should fund universities and research institutes who conduct such experiments. I am not opposed to the government having a say in which lines of research to fund in priority depending on what their political project. For example some grant dedicated to energy sources more carbon friendly. But the government should not be more specific topic-wise or method-wise, and should instead rely on panels of experts for questions such as which line of research looks promising enough to put in more gov money.




My new comment there went through, I wonder if Peertube will see this one !


cross-posted from: https://framatube.org/videos/watch/4294a720-f263-4ea4-9392-cf9cea4d5277 > Help us translate the subtitles [on our translation tool](https://weblate.framasoft.org/projects/what-is-the-fediverse-video/subtitles/). > > > > **Animation Produced by** [LILA](https://libreart.info/) - [ZeMarmot Team](https://film.zemarmot.net/) > > **Direction & Animation** by Aryeom > > **Script & Technology** by Jehan > > **Voice by** Paul Peterson > > **Licence**: [CC-By-SA 4.0](https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0/) > > > > **Sponsored by** [Framasoft](https://framasoft.org/) > > > > **Sound by** ORL - [AMMD](https://ammd.net/) > > > > **Music**: "Dolling" by CyberSDF - [CC-BY 4.0](https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/)

And in principle interoperability means that now I can also comment from Lemmy !




Fediverse = youtube with ads interrupting your vids

The problem is that Peertube’s catalogue is not at all comparable to YT’s. I understand that a creator can attract their public to PT that way, but that’s pretty much all


Crossposting from a Friendica forum
cross-posted from: https://nerdica.net/objects/a85d7459-5362-5452-589b-c4d757475669 > [!helpers](https://forum.friendi.ca/profile/helpers) > Maybe it makes sense to reshare this here? (in relation to the questions in the comments) > > [♲](https://nerdica.net/display/a85d7459-1162-5082-b221-7d7671174230) @[liwott@nerdica.net](https://nerdica.net/profile/liwott): > > > > > > ### Post from Friendica ### > > > > > > [!fediverse](https://lemmy.ml/c/fediverse) > > > > If I understand correctly, the new release allows me to publish this? > > [lemmy release v0.16.3 - federation bug fixes - lemmy](https://lemmy.ml/post/222735)

Sorry, just corrected the typo :) The question is : what is a fediverse analog to this Netflix example?


Why wouldn’t they? What do they have to lose in such a federation? One may argue, as OP did, that they would want to spread their ideas to new publics, without being too afraid of losing their own.

Hence my question on whether they made any statement about not wanting to federate with leftist instances.

I get your point that their core ideology is nauseating and incompatible with any form of leftism. I’m also not saying anything along the lines of federating with them being any good.




Bakchodi.org […] will never federate with leftist instances.

Can you link any such statement?


They often won’t defederate from you and get butthurt when you defederate from them.

This behaviour is well explained by their desire to fight for “absolute free speech”, so it does not require the extra assumption that their intention is to gather attention.

On mastodon they’ll even do campaigns where they send suicide promoting dms with gore in them to lgbt people.

Even this one can be seen as overcompensating for the “pro-LGBT censure”. While the ideology itself does not justify making these campaigns, it depicts censoring them as even worse.

Not saying they are right in any way, just that the core of the problem you describe is their ideology of absolute free speech, rather than it being misrepresented by attention-seeking individuals.


cross-posted from: https://framatube.org/videos/watch/4294a720-f263-4ea4-9392-cf9cea4d5277 > Help us translate the subtitles [on our translation tool](https://weblate.framasoft.org/projects/what-is-the-fediverse-video/subtitles/). > > > > **Animation Produced by** [LILA](https://libreart.info/) - [ZeMarmot Team](https://film.zemarmot.net/) > > **Direction & Animation** by Aryeom > > **Script & Technology** by Jehan > > **Voice by** Paul Peterson > > **Licence**: [CC-By-SA 4.0](https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0/) > > > > **Sponsored by** [Framasoft](https://framasoft.org/) > > > > **Sound by** ORL - [AMMD](https://ammd.net/) > > > > **Music**: "Dolling" by CyberSDF - [CC-BY 4.0](https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/)

Trouble posting and commenting from Friendica
Hello, Over the last one or two weeks, I have had difficulties with commenting from nerdica.net to lemmy.ml (I checked that `nerdica.net` appears in the [federated instance list](https://lemmy.ml/instances)). More precisely, my posts and comments don't appear spontaneously, but only appear when I search them by hand in the Lemmy searchbar. In case it helps locating the problem, it appear that these manually fetched post don't have the automatic selflike. See for example [this test post](https://nerdica.net/display/a85d7459-1262-8d59-5dbd-da2717970656) Thanks in avance for any help :)

Earthchild
Anyone reading this recent Jump manga? Thoughts so far?

I recently started thinking again about the [Social knowledge fabrics](https://nerdica.net/display/44b525e5-cb53ee6497fa0339-968ad293) discussion, and it seems to me that one of the biggest obstacles for fedi to become one is the following. The things we refer to as "threads" are actually "branches of a tree". You have a trunk, basically the whole fedi, each post is a branch, each branch can itself ramify into branches, but all the branches stay independent. It would be useful if a discussion branch was not only shaped like a thread, but also had the usefulness of one : sewing, or tying together different discussion topics. Sometimes I think again about an old discussion when participating in a new one, and so I cite it. But this message is still fundamentally part of the new discussion, while the newly established link should be of equal interest to participants of both threads. What we miss is for that message to be part of both conversations, or a clear way to automatically signify to both threads that something new happens. Of course, this can be done by hand, writing a comment in each cited branch to point to the new one. But we won't remeber to do that everytime, or we will not want to "necrobump", or we just don't want to make the extra effort. So it would be interesting if the relations were established automatically. For example the way I proposed for Friendica's quote-shares in the linked URL, or the way GitHub handles issue that cite each other. Maybe two old topics will come to know about each other that way, effectively being sewed by the new thread.

Do your commenting tests here.
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While posting tests can obsviously be made on this community without further precision, commenting requires a post to comment on. This is what this post is for.

Publish your lost posts here
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It will happen that the posts you try to create on this community do not make it through to `lemmy.ml`. In this case, you can inform the community about them by commenting this pinned post.

Some Friendica comments not making it through to Lemmy
2 of my recent Friendica comments ([1](https://nerdica.net/display/a85d7459-1762-4b55-1c52-ed9146438283) and [2](https://nerdica.net/display/a85d7459-8262-4a9b-a6b4-1c9081329031)) are not visible from Lemmy. In the case of the one published by a sopuli user, it is visible neitheir on Sopuli nor on lemmy.ml. Both are on the same community, but I managed to comment later on that community. Do you know what may have gone wrong?


Maybe if enough people here play on OGS we can create a Lemmy group over there?

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