Someone on Mastodon was saying that if you boost someone's post and are federated with a server that the OP has defederated, that people on the defederated instance can now see the post since someone in their federation boosted it.
This doesn't sound right, at least because of the way Lemmy works. I though that the post would be hidden from anyone on the defederated instance because it originated from an instance that blocked it. Anybody know how this would work?
The five rules of firearms safety:
1) Treat all firearms as if they are loaded
2) Never point a gun at anything you don't want to kill or destroy
3) Be aware of your target and what is around and behind it
4) Keep your finger off the trigger until you are ready to fire
5) Elon Musk is a fragile white man who spent 44 billion dollars because he didn't like rude tweets
Do brand new users that sign up to your instance start using it right away after approval? I've approved a pretty decent amount of new accounts over the months and a lot of them have never posted or commented. I'm wondering if I'm doing something wrong.
cross-posted from: https://midwest.social/post/331602
> The instance is at undernopretext.social. I had been sitting on that domain for a while and since Mastodon is blowing up I decided to set up an instance using it. You can follow me at @firstname.lastname@example.org.
The instance is at undernopretext.social. I had been sitting on that domain for a while and since Mastodon is blowing up I decided to set up an instance using it. You can follow me at @email@example.com.
I noticed my Lemmy server's CPU sometimes spikes for unknown reasons. Here are some screenshots of the usage. It seems to be a postgres SELECT process and some parallel worker processes causing this.