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iso

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I’m a male, 23 yo software developer. Admin of lemy.lol instance.

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I love mod tools <3 Thank you all for your efforts. The moderation is way better than default Lemmy UI and other apps. From now on, I can easily call that Mlem is best iOS app for Lemmy :)

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Yes, the status is broken. The tool is working but not unsubscribing.

The source of the problem is that I cannot access the count of local subscribers at the moment. Therefore, it is not clear whether the tool should unsubscribe or not. I’ve created a merge request for this and the problem will be fixed in 0.19.4.

It looks like reddthat.com is on 0.19.4 and it’s working correctly for them now.

iso,
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If you don’t use pict-rs then Lemmy will not proxy images and just use original URLs. Also, in the new version that has not been released yet, you will be able to disable the proxy via config.

Linux distro for selfhosting server

So I have been running a fair amount of selfhosted services over the last decade or so. I have always been running this on a Ubuntu LTS distribution running on a intel NUC machine. Most, if not all of my services run in a docker container, and using a docker compose file that brings everything up. The server is headless. I...

iso,
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“Ubuntu added on top” you mean Snap? No thanks :)

iso,
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You’ve picked a nice name :) I’m glad you didn’t choose fedipedia.

I just created an account on open.ibis.wiki and created “Lemmy” article but it’s not shown on ibis.wiki 🤔 I guess it still has a long way to go, but I think it’s a nice project 👍

iso,
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Nice. I guess “Summary” is something like git commit message. I thought it more as the summary of the article :)

iso, (edited )
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Nice post but hard to read. How about using tables?

head 1 head 2
body 1 body 2

like this:


<span style="color:#323232;">| head 1 | head 2 |
</span><span style="color:#323232;">| --- | --- |
</span><span style="color:#323232;">| body 1 | body 2 |
</span>

Edit: are we sure the data is correct? For example; Lemmy.ml has 16 communities over 10k. Which are linux, memes, asklemmy, technology, worldnews, privacy, opensource, gaming, fediverse, unixporn, linux_gaming, reddit, science, lemmy, selfhost, jerboa.

iso,
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Makes sense :) BTW it got much better with table, thank you.

iso, (edited )
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I think the definition of best programming language here is not popular and hyped but “the one I use”. I really believe Java is worse than Rust for contributors. We’ll see how it goes.

iso,
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Really? I mainly code in JS and to be honest, Java gives me C# vibes.

iso,
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Your account is marked as bot. Is that intentional?

iso,
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Cool, I didn’t know bots couldn’t vote :)

iso,
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With Lemmy 0.19, you can block instances individually FYI.

iso,
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For it to be donationware, you must not be able to use it without donating.

iso, (edited )
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yes, those.

iso,
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I have no problem with “pay what you can”. I just hate “you must donate X amount to use this software”. If I need to donate, then it is not a donate. It is payment.

iso,
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You need to pass host header. But if you really want to hide your IP, you need to proxy your outgoing activities too.

iso,
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I can suggest using other cheap alternatives since there are many. I tried Contabo before and it wasn’t a good experience.

iso,
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I think you can migrate files while pict-rs running in read-only mode, without downtime. Then changing the S3 url should be enough, I guess? :)

Read-only mode is a v0.5 feature tho.

iso,
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90% of Lemmy’s storage/bandwidth load comes from the top 100 communities. So communities with lil activity probably wouldn’t create much of a burden.

And yes, both instances must register on the site and choose which instances they allow. Either allowing instances explicitly or with some filters.

iso,
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Yes. But you can still do that, there are so many unmoderated communities anyway.

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