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Cake day: Apr 17, 2019


Please google these errors, you likely have ports blocked on your system that’s interfering with docker: https://github.com/docker/compose/issues/6998

Nothing to do with lemmy, but a weirdly configured system.

Smelling nice or even neutral isn’t something to benefit you, its so everyone else doesn’t have to experience disgusting and gross smells in public. Your parents are trying to help you not be rude to them and other people, listen to them.

false, “msg”: "Failed to connect to the host via ssh: myuser@myip: Permission denied

@humanetech@lemmy.ml hit the nail on the head, that the biggest danger is convincing current fediverse devs to sell out, which due to our small number, and tiny amount of current funding ( most of us get less funding than youtubers ), would be incredibly easy.

Throw a few fediverse devs some high salaries or payoffs, and you could easily tank the fediverse.

The only way to fight this, and to grow the fediverse, is provide more open funding so that we can add more developers and grow these projects.

There’s already several native android apps, I just did a release for jerboa.

I’d much rather people use and contribute to native apps rather than have 20 PWA’s each taking up the ram space of an entire browser running on their phones.

Use Syncthing-Fork for android. You can set it to only run once per hour, or click a force start button to immediately sync.

If you need a video to learn basic docker, I’m sure there are many on youtube.

Lemmy is no different from other self hosted services, they all require some linux knowledge, but lemmy is comparatively easy to install. Look at pixelfeds install instructions if you want to see how complicated some can get.

None of that has anything to do with lemmy, that is basic docker stuff. You can ask how to do those things on a docker support site, or stackoverflow.

Do a pull request to add these themes to lemmy-ui, then everyone can use them.

Beautiful, excellent job.

Open up an issue for this on the lemmy ui github.

Is it really that hard to open a github issue?

The vegan community is 100% allowed to ban carnists. It bothers you that vegans are allowed to have a space of our own?

I made jerboa like a month ago, and I’m not an android dev; I had to learn android programming from scratch.

Its not that any of these mobile apps have taken a back seat; I wouldn’t have made making a native android one a priority if I didn’t think mobile apps are important.

The issue is that even though all of these are open source projects, very few experienced coders contribute to them, so I welcome your effort to find more development help. All of the ppl currently working on lemmy, its web app, and its mobile apps are spread very thin.

Even with that said, I’m very proud of all the work put in by these devs, and I have no doubt they will continue to improve their apps, but on their own schedule. If you want things done faster, the codebase is right there.

This post is on announcements. If you want to subscribe to a community, you have to go to that community, then click subscribe.

If its a federated community, just copy paste the community URL into the search bar, then go to it and click subscribe.

A few bug fixes: …


To combat the anti-Semitic brigades over the last few days, we've made it so that new users have to fill out a registration application before they can join here.

This should help us cut down on the trolls. We recommend other instances do the same, because they will likely be targeted also. …


Lemmy now has private instances, optional registration applications, optional email verification, and temporary bans! These are described in detail below. …


We've added wolfballs.com to our blocklist.

Based on concerns from both the admin team and most users here, the lemmy.ml admin team decided to add wolfballs.com to our blocklist. There is just too much reactionary content that breaks almost all the rules we have here. …


While @nutomic@lemmy.ml and I do have a lot of issues that are going to take us a lot of time this upcoming year, its still useful for us to hear what your most desired features for Lemmy are, and prioritize them. …


I find myself using them on pretty much every platform that has them: matrix, masto, discord, etc. …


Today is an exciting day for the Lemmy project. …


Need community feedback on this issue: Should posts / communities be blanked out after being removed?

Currently it blanks out the content ( IE the post title, etc ) when you go to a mod removed post, but you will still see the title in the modlog. …