soronixa

living my life, trying to be productive, and miserably failing at both.

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I think letting the communiry moderators decide that would be good, since some communities like support ones would benefit, while there’s no reason not to archive posts on some others.


agreed, I don’t like linking online identities of a single person together, but just checking the posting history of a lemmygrad admin and one of lemmy develper’s reddit account clearly shows that they are the same person.



show instances of lemmy.ml users saying “I was joking” or “saying that abuse is a good thing” during a discussion about any alleged genocide, abuse or disater.


if we were talking about lemmygrad, I would agree, but personally lemmy.ml is a place for me that I enjoy browsing and posting to. anyway I think it’s the best opportunity for anyone interested in making a centrist or apolitical instance and get the label of “flagship instance” on joinlemmy to help it grow and become as big as lemmy.ml, it will also make it easier for people who don’t like the politics of lemmy.ml to choose an instance knowing that it has no strong political affiliation.

but I agree the folks on lemmygrad can be a little bit … let’s say annoying.

also interesting that their only problem seems to be about the “genocide”.


I think it can open it in freetube if you change the preferences.


I understand that it is annoying, but I think it’s because we’re still a small community. when our numbers become much higher, users will be almost enough to fight spamming. big subs will have enough users sorting by new and downvoting spams that they won’t get any visibility, and they will have enough mods to remove spams. this is what I said on a similar post:

I think once we get bigger and report functionality gets added, it won’t be that much of a problem anymore. it’s important to note that any anti-spam method comes at the risk of frustrating users, discrimination and potential for abuse. we could enforce a certain account age or positive karma for posts, or we could introduce shadow bans, or we could make a button for trusted users to empower them, but that would be empowering them over normal users.

once we get really big though, then just upvotes and downvotes would be enough to throw spams into the dark realm of the forgotten, never to be seen again.


unfortunately I have no idea how to make a pull request, but I made an account and opened the issue here:

https://github.com/LemmyNet/lemmy-ui/issues/357


until it’s implemented, maybe we can let users know this about deletion, in the account deletion warning? something like “Your posts and comments might remain visible in other instances”.


interesting. I don’t think a profile would be much useful if it couldn’t be traced back to you, but as you say it’s possible to use writing style and grammar mistakes to fingerprint you. maybe use translation services that rephrase what you wanna say? or make intentional mistakes with some of your accounts? and have different accounts for different subjects, one for foss, one for politics, one for veganism, one for your job, one for your hobbies, one for more personal things, one for answering technical questions …

but yeah, do what your threat model asks for. but if you’re going to delete your account and leave, just know that it was a pleasant experience interacting with you and your content, ajz :)


agreed, when we share something publicly that can be accessed by anyone there’s not much room for privacy. the best one could ask is having some anonimity so no no one can link the posts to your real identity.


I think if you don’t share any personally identifiable information (eg don’t sign up with your email), you won’t really need to delete your posts. if it can’t be traced back to you, and doesn’t contain personal information, then it isn’t a privacy concern is it? the question would be if lemmy stores something like IP addresses? if yes, use Tor pr a vpn, and that’s it in my opinion. no need to remove your contributions, I’m sure people appreciate them :)


“so you want security?”

takes the Qubes OS installation media out


exactly as @hamborgr said, just note that you should block 3rd party (only for hard mode), 3rd party frames and scripts (for both modes) in the global column, that is the column in the middle.

also the hated one video is a bit old, so you won’t see green listing in current uBlock, since it could unblock all trafic I think, and users could accidentally enable it.


I guess I’m a 4th dimension friend, lol.


well, you’re lucky, I don’t think I’ve ever met a single leftist in my life T_T


I think that feeling should be common among anti-capitalists who haven’t learned enough or don’t know how it is possible to make a change. that feeling when capitalism disgusts you, yet you don’t know how to respond, and you don’t know how to channel this strong feeling into something productive. maybe it’s because we haven’t taken our time to actually learn theory, hell, I don’t even know what exactly socialism and communism are, so I can’t even identify as one. so maybe it’s not knowing enough?


guys, it’s time to shitpost so much that this community gets cleansed from seriousness, and embraces satire.


hey hey, we want some media attention for writing the wikipedia article!

/s


this thread is so wholesome :D

honestly spending some time on lemmy washes away the anti-China propaganda pretty quickly. I think now I have a much more realistic view of China than I had before. like I don’t think it’s a utopia, but honestly my previous views seem ridiculous now, like how stupid could I be? xD


and look, she has a little golden earring!

so I was reading [this thread](https://lemmygrad.ml/post/27839), and I noticed I could read the comment by @gun@lemmy.ml , while I knew they had deleted the comment. on the other hand, the comment by @Travis Skaalgrad was displayed as deleted, which I knew was incorrect. so I checked a few more times, and I realized when you sort the comments by old or new, you can see it, but when you sort by top, hot or chat, you can't. well, I thought it might be a bug in federation, but then when I was on the front page, in a thread of lemmy.ml I saw two deleted comments and the user had stated that they have deleted them, but when I sorted by old, I could read one of them. so I thought maybe recently deleted comments are stored for moderation purposes, but then I found [this old thread](https://lemmy.ml/post/69064), and I could see the comment deleted by @jonuno@lemmy.ml when I sorted by old. I think there are two bugs, one that makes some deleted comments remain on the servers, and another one that displays some of them when sorted by old or new, while displaying some comments that are not deleted as deleted. I was using Lemmy's android client Lemmur, which I had downloaded from F-Droid. post a comment if you can reproduce the bug.

Should we dedicate this community to open source hardware, vaccines, and other products and post news and articles about FOSS in some sub like c/foss , c/floss or c/libresoftware ?
I think calling it libre or foss better shows that we are looking for user freedom as well as transparency, considering that companies like google are mostly associated with the phrase and if you ask people to name some open source projects, they will probably answer chromium and AOSP. so maybe it's better to intentionally choose to say libre or foss instead of open source to make our goals and ideals clear?


What is your vision for Lemmy's flagship instance?
considering that lemmy.ml is not a flagship instance, and that we need a general-purpose instance to function as the flagship, how do you want it to be? how different from lemmy.ml should it be? should we (lemmy.ml) federate with it? do you think it's better to allow something like deradicalization of people with regressive values happen there? do want it to be similar to reddit? how should we prevent it from becoming an alt-right cesspool? do you think the slur filter should remain unchanged? it will need to be listed on join-lemmy, so do you think it's code of conduct should be identical to ours?

step one: close his eyes as if he's staring at a spotlight, yeah, that must make him interiguing.


Artbreeder is generative adversarial network, a type of machine learning that makes it possible to play around with landscapes, portraits, album covers, and more. you can breed different images together and make new images, or just change different variables to make the changes you want. I though it'd be cool to have a community for it on lemmy and share the beauties of machine learning :)
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What do you think about recent events on c/worldnews? Should we try to prevent such behaviors?
so if you haven't come across it, see [here](https://lemmy.ml/post/67999) , [here](https://lemmy.ml/post/67808) , [here](https://lemmy.ml/post/67737) and [here](https://lemmy.ml/post/67992) . in short, one side says sources are pro-imperialist, the other side believes they're legitimate sources. then there is one user thinking we have been targeted by troll farms, one accusing others of being conspiracy theorists and stuff like that. it's one of the most unproductive arguements I've seen on Lemmy, something that looks like one those downvoted-to-oblivian threads on reddit. it's just a mess. I think we can do a few things to prevent such pointless fights in the future: 1. my favoriate response would be creating a community of fact-checker Lemmurs. it'll function similar to a wikipedia talk page, anyone can request a trial for an article shared on c/worldnews , then they will present evidence and sources to challenge the article, while the other side attempts to do the same. personal attacks, accusing of being a troll, asking for a call on jitsi to debate face to face (like seriously?!?!) will be forbidden. both sides will debate untill they reach an agreement. trying to go off-topic, bad faith arguements etc will be forbidden as well. each time we reach a conclusion, a positive or negative point will be assigned to news source and to the person who posted it. best contributers who show the least bias will get a point as well. overtime it will help us to see if a source is really good or not. 2. a much easier approch would be to let downvotes and upvotes decide the fate of each post. I understand that this is the whole point of lemmy and similar platforms, but right now we have the problem of each side using downvotes and upvotes like it's a battle. posts about internet censoreship and tiny pigs are being downvoted because the person who posts them trusts the Guardian and other news outlets. 3. we can limit the number of posts on c/worldnews to minimize the amount of personal attacks and arguements. so what do you think? I personally think as more users come to lemmy, we'll be dealling with more diverse opinions, and people might just engage in behaviors that harms the platform and benefits no one. this will be a real problem considering that Lemmy leans far-left. in my opinion having a fact-checking community will be neccessary if we don't want fact-based communities turn into battlefields. ps: am I going too far and overreacting? to be honest I don't know xD I just think there's no chance for productive political arguements if we can't agree on the facts, and i see no point in what's happening on c/worldnews right now.

What are some features you want to see in Lemmy and some features you don't want to see?
What are some new or reddit features that you think will improve Lemmy, and what are the things that you don't want to lay your eyes upon ever?

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