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Wait do people in this thread even understand federation?


regular expressions? Any decent text editor should have them. But with text editor you could either just find the hashtags, or do the “replace text” with a regular expression that matches everything that is not a hashtag, and replaces it with nothing.

If you are willing to use command line, you could copy the contents of the article into a text file and then use grep command in combination with regular expression that does match hashtags. That would get you a proper list.


Oh wow, you are correct, I provided an incorrect URL at first. Fixed it now.
Thank you for pointing this out 👍
I guess all the upvotes were from people who already knew about magic wormhole.


I came here to shill as well
https://github.com/magic-wormhole/magic-wormhole
it’s an amazing piece of software that allows you to transfer files between any two machines or easily share them with your friends.
it’s P2P most of the time, except where there is no direct path between two machines, then it goes through wormhole relay



LibreJam 202212
cross-posted from: https://lemmy.ml/post/602665 > Next LibreJam upcoming! > > Jam Version: 202212 > Theme: TBA > Theme announced at: 2022-12-01 00:00 UTC > Submissions end at: 2022-12-14 23:59 UTC > Ratings end at: 2022-12-21 23:59 UTC > > More info at: https://jamgaroo.xyz/jams/1 > IRC: ircs://leagueh.xyz/#librejam > Webchat: https://kiwiirc.com/nextclient /?settings=ea63ab40970bce06b2aa2a25b6185b2d > > InfoPage also on gemini: gemini://bytecrab.org/librejam/index.gmi ;) > > Theme suggestions welcome!


Thank you very much 👍


requesting !mastodon
[!mastodon@lemmy.ml](https://lemmy.ml/c/mastodon) currently has two moderators. One seems to have been inactive for very long time. Not sure about the other one, as trying to open their profile returns 404. (should this be reported as an issue, possibility of non-existent moderators?) In any case, I would appreciate if I could be added as a moderator. It is safe to expect a lot more activity in this community in the near future, so having someone to keep an eye on it will probably be a good idea.

Interesting article.

It is good that people are sharing good practices, ideas and suggestions for how to better configure infrastructure that is used for Fediverse.

But I get a feeling that this is somewhat similar to the classic business solution of “throwing money at the problem”. It’s providing solutions to the symptom, not the cause.

The solutions that would benefit the whole Fediverse the most would be the ones that improve things at the protocol level, so that the increased activity would not put as much pressure on hardware and software as it does now.


A document with ideas and links for improving Mastodon ecosystem
Here is a copy of what was in the Etherpad (updated 2022-11-05): **Easy, anyone can do it:** * Help improve Wikipedia article https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mastodon_%28software%29 **Somewhat advanced - Provide suggestions and help improve relevant software:** * https://github.com/tuskyapp/Tusky * https://github.com/nolanlawson/pinafore * https://github.com/ihabunek/toot * https://fedilab.app/ figure out how to efficiently encourage people to choose or move to the instance that is most fitting for them there should be more / better tools to help people easily find the instance that fits their interests the most Interface for finding server should let user mark various interests and return sorted list of most fitting servers process of migrating to a different instance should be made easier **Cross-post your Mastodon posts to Twitter:** * https://crossposter.masto.donte.com.br/ * https://github.com/renatolond/mastodon-twitter-poster * https://moa.party/ * https://gitlab.com/fedstoa/moa find ways to Twitter replies to appear in Mastodon, resulting in a fully bridged thread find ways to import some or all existing data from existing Twitter profile figure out how to efficiently encourage people to choose or move to the instance that is most fitting for them * there should be more / better tools to help people easily find the instance that fits their interests the most * process of migrating to a different instance should be made easier **More technical stuff:** * Look through open issues, see if there is anything you can help with. Also help clean up by going through old issues and suggesting outdated or resolved ones for closure. https://github.com/mastodon/mastodon * Help write documentation https://github.com/mastodon/documentation * host your own instance getting people to use it will help distribute the burden that is currently on mastodon.social * https://the-federation.info/mastodon takes long time to load. Probably transfers whole list before parsing it or something. Find ways to split the process and make information display faster

but those two links are exactly the same, are they not? Both seem to open for me. Anyway, thank you for reporting.



I believe that you are a bit confused about how things work in Android.
There is no “lemmur’s internal browser”. At least not as far as I understand. What you are referring might be Android’s built-in browser. It opens links in any app, not just in Lemmur. Opens as in it displays a website, but when you look at your open apps, the browser is not a separate app, but instead appears to be the original app from which the link was opened.

In my case, I use Firefox Nightly, and I have it set as phone’s default browser.
When I either click on a link in Lemmy, or when I use the “open in browser” option, Firefox opens up as a separate application and displays the website.

So I’m not sure what exactly you need to do in order to set up the desired functionality, but I am telling you that it can be done.

also the “open in browser” is not what you want, since you want to open “links in posts”, but the open in browser thing opens the web interface for Lemmy, not the link that is in the post.


You mean the “open in browser” option that appears when you tap on three dots?


cross-posted from: https://lemmy.ml/post/545536 > at [r/PINE64official](https://libreddit.spike.codes/r/PINE64official/comments/y4xff6/october_update_an_ox_no_bull_pine64)





Open, decentralised, immersive worlds built on Matrix
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Third Room




Isn’t Framework DIY Edition meant to be used mostly with Linux?
they say that you get to “Build it yourself and bring your OS”










how does this compare to Sepiasearch? https://sepiasearch.org/

well, apart from all the listed categories


sublemmy

lf only there was a word for it, like a “community” or something.


I approve of this test


> The press release you’re looking for is no longer available.
Please use the menu above to view other relevant releases. heh
Now I wonder whether I should delete the posts that I made on Reddit.

actually, Matthew (the main Matrix dude) clarified this:

the >60M users (actual figure is 64M) is based on the phone-home reporting to matrix.org that synapse optionally does
the graph looks like this:
Screenshot 2022-07-14 at 10.58.51.png
of these, around 30M are natively on Matrix (the others are bridged in from other platforms)
and of those about 14M are long-term matrix users


I’m still trying to find the source of this “60 million users” claim. Any idea where that came from?