The views on lemmygrad are very much outside the general acceptable norms for the English speaking internet.
Even if you agree with their views, you must admit that it is very off putting for most people who come to Lemmy.ml.
I think the purpose of a default instance should be to showcase the software, not to showcase the current community (which is dominated by lemmygrad users right now)…
I think either:
Personally I have been using and promoting Lemmy less because I find the lemmygrad content off putting. I feel a similar way about this content as I did about place like r/thedonald in 2016.
This community exists as a sort of sister community/copycat community to the r/fuckcars subreddit.
I think both communities exist for the following reasons:
I’m very uncertain about what content is allowed here and I think if the sidebar could specify a bit more that’d be nice.
yeah the sidebar could be a bit more clear. I will update it later today.
when those modules only fit in their proprietary chassis.
Other laptops are not designed to be modular so will not work with the framework modules. All the framework modules are usb c so they will work with any usb port on any other laptop. They will work, they will just stick out from the body of the laptop.
Not to mention are just USB adapters.
I think this is a good thing because they are using an open standard that can be used with other laptops (that have a usb c port).
So you are saying making it more modular would increase waste? I disagree.
That plastic would mostly exist anyway in a normal device, the difference here is:
These things mean there will be less consumption compared to a normal device.
I think it is ok to have some high rises but in general medium density seems to be favourable for a few reasons:
I have never lived in a high rise so can’t tell you what it would be like =)
@email@example.com sorry for the slow reply, yes that sounds great! I will link the chat room in the community description
Well done to everyone involved!
How can we follow peertube channels? I can’t seem to see any listed in communities on lemmy.ml
You really need to use common sense and do your own research to be sure if they are a scam or not. Ask questions like:
If no problem is solved, or if a small number of entities are in control, then it is a scam.
From what I know Nano is not a scam (~95% of coins were distributed for free through CAPTCHAS and there is no inflation (or fees)).
yeah sorry, I only just found out about it.
This video talks about the latest news. It basically talks about a version called mini-d, people are speculating that it is a version for testing manufacturing.
Most European territories serve the USA’s geopolitical goals. Sanctions against Russia right now are part of that. There’s nothing moral about it. It’s simply a service to the USA for being in its sphere of influence. There is nothing, not a single shred of integrity in that.
European countries must send a strong message that war in Europe is not worth it… hence sanctions. They are not dooing it because they “serve the USA’s geopolitical goals”.
Reddit is really good for hobby/niche content. Reddit communities have become the largest online communities for quiet a few different interests where previously the largest communities would be independent forums.
It would be great if some forums decided to use Lemmy. I guess there are barriers to this, e.g. user interface changes might not be wanted and it might be difficult to export/import the forum history.
“considerable” compared to what though?
In general e-bikes have a mass of around 30kg and cars have a mass of around 1500kg. So it will use ~1/50th of the raw materials of a car. I would not say that using 1/50th of the raw materials that a car does is “considerable”.
Also the bicycle is the literally the most efficient form of transport (even more than walking).
There is even an argument to be made that an e-bike is more efficient than a pedal power bike because energy is lost when people transform chemical energy (food) to kinetic energy (pedalling).
I did think it was fairly likely and I want to give my reasoning why:
The reasons I thought it was fairly likely:
My thoughts now:
40 percent of Russians do not support the official recognition of the Donetsk and Luhansk “people’s republics” by the Russian authorities, while 45 percent of Russians do. While some signs of “rallying around the flag” are inevitable, it is remarkable that despite complete control over major media sources and a dramatic outpouring of propagandistic demagoguery on TV, the Kremlin is unable to foment enthusiasm for war.
Perhaps they have grown wiser to war propaganda after the retaliatory sanctions for the annexation of Crimea?
Yeah, I think I will move to beehaw