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  • Moderation on Lemmy is a fucking joke
    A few weeks a go I posted a meme with the caption "My wife out-drinking everyone at the table-- Our unborn son:" [picture of Tom the cat in the womb]. I understand abortion is a touchy subject for some people, but it's not like I was advocating for or against abortion. After that, I posted a meme complaining about the lack of specificity of the rules on Lemmy and that post also got removed. That's enough to let me... Source: 9 months ago
  • This whole lemmy universe has me quite confused, but I would like to utilize it. seeking assistance
    Im using the Jeroba app on android first of all. It just seems like lemmy is a complete and total mess. So many contradicting things Im seeing. And then theres instances and communities but apparently it "doesn't matter what instance you choose because you'll still have access to all other communities anyway". Well that is pretty much false. Like using for example. I'll search up for a linux community... Source: 12 months ago
  • I’m a fan of Squabbles, but the constant circlejerk over the developer is turning me off the site
    Signing up isn't complicated, people just get confused by what "federation" means... It doesn't matter what instance (or "server" if it's easier to understand) you sign up for. I'm on but I post and comment on and 10-15 other instances all the time. Think of instances as "copies" with different users and posts, but they all interact with each other (with a few exceptions). Source: about 1 year ago
  • I'm so lost. Is there an easy mode to the fediverse?
    Whereas the top three on my subscribed feed are from [](, []( and []( My subs on lemmy are mostly related to video games, but this points out something that confuses some folks coming over from Reddit - and both have communities named "gaming" and they are separate... Source: about 1 year ago
  • Division of labour : rest should be fair
    Lemmy has a lot of instances like and, but you donnot need to register on all of them just register on one, and you can access all of them. Source: about 1 year ago
  • Are there any decently sized Lemmy instances that aren’t ran by far left extremists? If not then the “fediverse” is likely dead before it even began.
    AFAIK there was a temp block on from Tankies at due to a technical issue. That is now resolved and unblocked. Source: about 1 year ago
  • OPNsense/AGH/NextDNS fails to resolve but logs show request processed. Any ideas?
    So I have OPNsense running the AdguardHome plugin and NextDNS. AGH is running on the default DNS port, it hands off to Unbound on OPNsense, and uses NextDNS upstream. I am trying to get to Originally I saw blocks on NextDNS so I added it to the allowlist (b/c I block .ml TLD) and it started working. Today it isn't, but if I fire up a VPN or use my phone it comes up fine. Source: about 1 year ago
  • Moon Week 41
    How do I send moons to a private wallet? Deleting reddit and moving to so want to cash out. Source: about 1 year ago
  • 77% of gen Xers would prefer going back to a life without internet
    Nice. I've seen this a couple times and browsed a couple times. Really cool project - I like what they're doing. Source: about 1 year ago
  • Reddit bans moderators permanently now (u/Hubinator & u/PartnerFeurigel)
    That's only for the instance, you can use another or use kbin. Source: about 1 year ago
  • I'm so lost. Is there an easy mode to the fediverse?
    If people are wondering "But I registered on and then I tried to visit and it wants me to login?!" the answer is that you actually need to visit - i.e. You add to the end of the URL to refer to the server. Source: about 1 year ago
  • I'm so lost. Is there an easy mode to the fediverse?
    You'll see content from all the other sites in your feed, and you can subscribe to communities that are on other sites like and you can reply to users in those communities all using your one account. Source: about 1 year ago
  • I'm so lost. Is there an easy mode to the fediverse?
    Now when it comes to the last point, this is only possible if the two servers admins agree to do so. This is called federation. If and agree to talk to one another, they are federated, if not, they are defedrated and can't talk to one another. So users from each server can't interact unless they go and sign up for the other server. Source: about 1 year ago
  • "Suddenly, one day, the entire Digg feed was links to Reddit."
    Sure, but better not or lemmygrad-those places are infested with tankies and will make us look bad. Source: about 1 year ago
  • Online Safety Bill: WhatsApp, Signal issue stark final warning against mass snooping of messages
    Good to see the UK does have privacy minded individuals. It's always sad how compared to americans people here are happy to be under the eye of big brother. I look forward to seeing you on r/privacyguides, or if you're checking out Lemmy in protest of reddit, there's a few privacy ones on there! Source: about 1 year ago
  • YSK: There is a pretty good HomeKit community over on Lemmy
    Urrrgh...I signed up for lemmy with and it won't accept my login for nor is the community on Sorry, but this "fediverse" is too segregated for me. Source: about 1 year ago
  • can I ask a dumb question about the fediverse? & - They run Lemmy so you can only see the Threadiverse. They have a reddit like interface (lemmy), and they have their own community rules but are generally open and accessible to the whole of the rest of the threadiverse. You can sign up there, and access almost all content currently on the threadiverse from those sites. Source: about 1 year ago
  • /r/RPG has joined the TTRPG Lemmy
    The account you create can be on *any* lemmy instance.,,, and more. All of these instances can talk to each other. Think of these instances like email providers. Gmail can talk to yahoo, which can talk to outlook, etc., but theyre all their own hardware, servers, etc. Source: about 1 year ago
  • Is there a way to take a image / snapshot of my present installs / config?
    There is pretty big one on kbin and iirc there is one on lemmy as well. Source: about 1 year ago
  • /r/RPG has joined the TTRPG Lemmy
    While I think Reddit is much more complete as an application, the ones I've looked at ( and have given me a good browsing experience. Both still have some smaller bugs in need to be addressed though. Source: about 1 year ago
  • A lot of the linux community is already on lemmy
    So thats the great thing about the fediverse, you arent tied to your federation, like the biggest memes "sub" is on but I use , all I had to do was go to the communities tab, sort by all and there it was memes on and I can view it and sub to it from Source: about 1 year ago

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