I like these rules. Maybe add something about adhering to applicable law.
In my experience(*): the stricter the rules, the easier it becomes for trolls to skirt them, the more admin time is abused. These rules look fine for now.
(*) I have been an admin of a fairly large online community and survived more than a handful of troll invasions.
I can’t yet tell what, if any, secondary domains Lemmy needs.
My FF on desktop uses a media policy plug-in that lets me set policies per web site. That way I can keep JS off for all sites except the ones whitelisted. Maybe that plugin is available to mobile FF as well?
FediLab is a decent fediverse client as far as I have experienced. It features something I haven’t seen in others: a button to translate posts into your system language.
Its development moves fast: the developer is quick to respond to issues and pull requests.
Out of the mouth of a team that knows Go very well and has their implementations hyper tuned for performance, this is a huge compliment.
Interesting read. I’m likely to need that.