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Cake day: Jun 27, 2020


that only works for users not communities in the homepage

not within the homepage ui its deep in settings. It could be a button by the post so it can be done intuitively. much like its possible to press tab and then enter to post or a ctrl + enter shortcut could exist

no is it this? ?

people will just think of fap first thing is why i bring it up

this isnt piracy, all the images are freely available to anyone regardless of whether or not they support the artist by paying for the nft of the art

ive used this for a couple years now it works great

has nothing to do with communism this is just authoritarians being authoritarian

hm, interesting thank for the links

why even comment this if your not going to include a source? Just seems like an odd comment

They apparently announced they would delete all posts related to homosexuality back in 2018 but backtracked after outrage but I guess they've felt its been enough time that people won't be paying as much attention now =\

I know I can do that thats not what I want though. I want to be able to browse all communities to find new ones but block the ones I know I’m not interested in

Is there a way to block seeing posts in certain communities?
It's very difficult to want to keep coming back to lemmy with so many communities I'm not interested being on my homepage. I want to be able to discover new communities and posts but have the ability to block certain communities I never want to see

I still don’t understand how they havent impemented Cash App payments directly in Twitter so people can easily send others money. Would be great for non profits and activists and they can setup a special donation tweet that people can donate to for specific events/goals that shows transparently how much hs been donated

Could blocking\hiding communities become a feature?
I want to browse Local\All to discover new content\communities I don't know exist but some communities (like memes) I know I don't want to see so It'd be helpful to be able to "block" them so I don't see them on Local\All. EDIT: I opened an issue on github since that seems to be a more appropriate place to post it. Should I keep this post on lemmy open or delete it? Here's the github issue https://github.com/LemmyNet/lemmy/issues/1339

Shouldn’t lemmy automatically create a community the same name as a user on sign up, for future federation with mastodon?
If lemmy created a community the same name as the username when someone signs up. You could follow a lemmy user and then when your on mastodon (once we’re federated with mastodon) you could see their self posts in their community as a mastodon post and vice versa.

The Climate Crisis needs to be presented as a GDP and National Security issue or it will never be taken seriously by our Governments. Like Lead in paint\gas was
Lead based paint and lead in gas was a huge health issue causing IQ to drop etc. This issue was taken very seriously when it was presented as something the will cause massive GDP loss. Our governments care about money first and foremost. I think if Extinction Rebellion etc started getting analysis put together for articles that can be written about how the Climate Crises will cause countries to lose huge amounts of GDP and even have some National Security impacts and huge amounts of migration then governments will start to care. Here are some places that wrote about lead https://news.umich.edu/lead-abatement-a-wise-economic-public-health-investment/ https://med.nyu.edu/departments-institutes/pediatrics/divisions/environmental-pediatrics/research/policy-initiatives/economic-costs-childhood-lead-exposure-low-middle-income-countries > The removal of lead from gasoline is one of the most important accomplishments for children’s health in the 20th century, with economic benefits that have been estimated at $2.45 trillion each year.1 In the industrialized world, there has been further progress in reducing lead exposure from other sources, including paint. Here’s info about GDP loss due to the Climate Crises https://web.stanford.edu/~mburke/climate/map.php It’s very short and to the point. This is a decent start but I think what’s needed is anaylsis\articles that include the migration aspect of climate refugees, the rich places like in Florida that will lose property value, maybe some mention of the troops equipment in bases being affected by hurricanes etc. What do you think?

What is the top of the Hot section based on? Recent comments? upvote number - days since posted?
Forgive my ignorance for not understanding if the algorithm in the Doc applies to the Hot section for new posts as well (also for not really understanding the algorithm)

Can’t login to lemmy on Firefox for iOS
Anyone having this issue? It works fine on safari