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Don’t have enough energy to edit out the Reddit bits/adapt them for Lemmy


My bad, I worded it wrong. I meant a meta “search engine”. As in, we’re gonna need a search engine that goes beyond a common one and scrapes fedi from within. Not sure if meta is the right word haha


We might need a meta-search engine specific for ActivityPub/fedi


more and more people do site:reddit.com.

And I thought I had cracked the code and was the only one capable of seeing the matrix. I guess not.

Btw you can also use site:reddit/r/subreddit to get specific subreddit results.


If you still have that energy, you could read the post this one responds to ;)


Title’s confusing. GNU-Free can be understood as “distros free of GNU”. Author actually meant “GNU-powered Free distros”.


It’s a meme lol

https://knowyourmeme.com/memes/eat-hot-chip-and-lie

Edit: Which means that yes, it’s satire.


You’re not talking about it, you are FEEDING it.

Feeding it would be engaging with the trolls. This post is just talking about the issue.


Oh, that’s because you’re not supposed to log in on the page of their instance! You can view their instance from lemmy.ml. It’s not super intuitive right now, but the other person explained a way to do it.


however it imposes an additional account

It does? Can’t you use a single one thanks to federation?


Ohh, I understand what you mean now. Still, I don’t think that’s it! Just go ahead and try ctrl + F of “Removed post” and cycle through a few pages. Then do the same with “Removed comment”. They’re not at all lumped in chunks together.

And even if it was as you said, it would still be a bug, no? That’s not at all good UX.


Nah, this ain’t it. Almost every page has one “Removed post” or more. I’d say every page has different mod actions. They’re not organized or anything.

I don’t understand what you mean with the admin appointments either. I mean, yeah of course there are only a few at the start? Because adding admins is uncommon? I don’t get what this has to do with the modlog having different actions in different pages.

Besides, if it truly was like you say, there’d be an indication somewhere about what action one is viewing and it wouldn’t be implemented with a basic next/previous layout.


This is because every type of mod action is a separate list and some actions happen more frequently than others. Page 1 of modlog is actually page 1 of all those separate lists combined and then sorted by time

I’m sorry but that doesn’t seem to be the case. All pages have all kinds of mod actions. Unless I’m misunderstanding what you mean by “type of mod action”.

It’s hidden in lemmy-ui to avoid harassment.

I guess that makes sense. Though I think it would be better to at least differentiate when an action is taken by a mod or by an admin. EDIT: Nevermind, that’s implied by the action taken.


Is your instance midwest.social? That modlog does show who did it in most entries, but there are some that don’t.


Is the modlog broken?
Some recent actions appear on the second page instead of the first page, even though the first one goes all the way to actions done 3 years ago. Also, I could swear it used to say which mod made each action before. Now it doesn't, was this changed intentionally?


Musicolet (Android)


Edit: XC -> DX. Funny how nobody noticed :S


I wasted so many hours of my life on this and the soundtrack is to this day on my favorite playlist ;)

It’s an amazing game! I still play it from time to time to slowly get to 100% complete it. It still has it’s own active (though niche) community and racing events: CoNDOR.

Regarding the sequel, it never caught my attention. First because it was a Switch exclusive but also then I heard that it wasn’t as challenging as the original. The difficulty curve may be annoying to most, but to me it’s the reason I liked playing it so much.

I love the original, IMO it’s a timeless game. I intend to 100% complete it at some point and then maybe I’ll try to join the racing community if it’s still around.


  • Cave Story
  • Crypt of the NecroDancer
  • Celeste
  • Doukutsu Monogatari
  • Portal
  • VVVVVV
  • NXEngine-evo

I know right! First I asked and their response was that they just filter unpopular domains under .ml for safety reasons, like avoiding malware pages and such. Recently I made a formal complaint to see if it gets anywhere but they have yet to get back to me.

It’s annoying because otherwise they’ve been the best internet service I’ve had :/


cross-posted from: https://lemmy.ml/post/79919 > > age—pronounced [aɡe̞], like the Italian “aghe”—is a simple, modern and secure file encryption tool, format, and Go library. > > > > It features small explicit keys, no config options, and UNIX-style composability. > > > v1.0.0 is the first stable release of the Go CLI and API, twenty months after the first beta. > > Think of it as a nice and modern alternative to GPG for asymmetric file encryption.
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> age—pronounced [aɡe̞], like the Italian “aghe”—is a simple, modern and secure file encryption tool, format, and Go library. > > It features small explicit keys, no config options, and UNIX-style composability. > v1.0.0 is the first stable release of the Go CLI and API, twenty months after the first beta. Think of it as a nice and modern alternative to GPG for asymmetric file encryption.
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