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Cake day: Jul 01, 2020


I don’t personally use Google DNS, was using a google cloud instance and couldn’t resolve some .ml domains. Then I tried lemmy and it didn’t work as well.

I assume it’s a problem with the domain registrar (freenom). they aren’t the best at handling domains properly.

But since a lot of people use Google DNS, it might mean lemmy.ml will not work for them at the moment.

Asking if other lemmy.ml users are facing similar issues? it seems domains registered on freenom (.ml/.tk) are not being resolved with Google DNS. It works fine on other DNS (Cloudflare/Quad9/etc) …


-create walled ecosystems

-make developers pay an pricey subscription fee to publish app on proprietary app store

-disallow alternative appstore

-extend review time for open source software as a security review (especially for security updates)

-people will then lose trust in open source software


Take a look at Duplicati, it can encrypt your files before upload and sync works pretty well

I use Neovim, LiteXL, and VS Codium depending on the project size and needs. no one tool suits all.

that was a good watch. thanks

Does Mull allow access to add-on collections? i’ve been using Fennec

Any good open-source self-hosted alternative to gleam io and the likes?

same for me. but it’s getting more likely they will shut the api down for profit

the github link is broken and goes to lemmy 404.

eh. if the internet is shut down (which happens a lot in countries with authoritarian rule), decentralized web doesn’t do much. we need decentralized communition networks.

“Most people like to scream about privacy until they have to support the project in any meaningful way.”

I don’t know, A spam section in the app that sends all messages from numbers outside of your contacts seems good enough for me. Combine it with no notification, flooding prevention, and auto deletion after a period, you’ll never even notice it.

it might take up space and data usage but it’s better than being closed source.

me neither but it’s really not that hard to automate looping through numbers with hopes of hitting a few with signal.

(co-/)creator of @njal_la, @Flattr, @IpredatorVPN, @TPBdotORG, @KonstHack etc.

I don’t know the details and I didn’t mean they were lying. Just that it could be a forged email not directly from Proton. I agree this looks very bad for Proton. it’s just that I noticed the creator of Njalla is also the (co)owner of IPredatorVPN.

I hope more details come out.

wait, what am I missing here? are we going with a screenshot of text from the creator of the site? is this all we need these days? not even a email validity test?

Screenshots can easily be forged. It could all be true but at least provide more than just a screenshot of a text.

Last I heard, ISP raise the speed for speed test sites/services. Which is why netflix had to create their own speed test service which uses servers that also serves its content from.

so is this really based realistic statistics??

I haven’t use speed test for quite a while but the speed results and reality were vastly different