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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.

If they’re smaller, we could get to them fairly quickly, or others wanting to contribute could see whats most wanted.

Outside of just posting them here, make sure github issues exist for them (this is what we work from), and do a thumbs up react for all the ones you’d like. Despite being a popular project, we have very few people voting on these issues . We can then use the link above (issues sorted by most thumbs up ), to keep track.

Thanks all.

@kevincox@lemmy.ml
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09d

It would be nice if the RSS feeds were advertised. For example if I browse https://lemmy.ml/c/lemmy I wouldn’t know there was an RSS feed until I find and click the little RSS icon.

If a <link> to the RSS feed was provided my browser extension would light up and I can subscript just by putting the community URL into my reader instead of having to spot the RSS button on the page.

Dessalines
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18d

The RSS feed is advertised, on that button. There is an <a href to that RSS feed also, so I’m not sure why your browser extension wouldn’t pick it up.

Nick Haflinger
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09d

Human readable URLs! The URL is a very important part of a site’s user interface, and lemmy’s URLs currently just have a post number - there is no title, or even the name of the sub-community. Compare this to reddit: when I paste a friend a reddit URL in chat they get two hints about what it is about: the subreddit name, and the post’s title, both embedded in the URL itself. This lets them decide if they want to click it now, or later, or never, or to recognize if they’ve already seen it. Lemmy links should be like that.

good idea

aks
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23d

Is there a way to block instances locally per account? Like on mastodon where I can block a huge list of instances: If I block an instance I wouldnt see content/comments originated from those.

Dessalines
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023d

No but you can block users and communities.

aks
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023d

Ah okay… Well if possible I would like to see that in feature list someday :) Especially if/when lemmy gets more popular and there will be more… Less nice instances popping up.

I’d like to block/hide certain communities from the “all” view. That way I can browse posts that I’m not subscribed to, but skip stuff I know I’ll never care about.

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31M

We added this a few months ago. Go to your profile settings, and the blocks tab.

@kevincox@lemmy.ml
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09d

It would be nice if there was a button on the community profile to make this easier to discover and use.

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08d

There is one on all community pages.

@kevincox@lemmy.ml
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08d

I must be blind. I opened a random community and couldn’t find anything that looked like a block button. I also searched for “block” and didn’t get any hits. I can only find the UX in my profile.

I used https://lemmy.ml/c/ckstechnologynews as an example.

Dessalines
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08d

Sorry, I thought that was in response to your RSS comment. You can only block communities from your profile settings currently.

@Slatlun@lemmy.ml
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There is an option in lemmur to block community that I assume is inherited from Lemmy. Just go to the menu on a post and select it.

shame on me, I just discovered other communities in Lemmy. O_o I was astonished to only see stuff related to linux and opensource.

@Echedenyan@lemmy.ml
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In the raw install docs I would like:

  • OpenRC or SysVInit service examples
  • Apache HTTPD configuration example
  • Adapt the Certbot script as it is being ran as a general distribution when the fact is that Debian-based distros already provide Nginx and Apache HTTPD plugins (which makes it easy to configure through the TUI) and it is being ran as a cronjob by default at /etc/cron.d/certbot
down daemon
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maybe more privacy features, like offering an invidious link when someone posts youtube, nitter for twitter, stuff like that

Dessalines
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51M

We could add helpers in the ui, like the one we have on the create post page for using an archive link. But overall I’d like a link aggregator to remain mostly agnostic about the links being posted ( we also do remove some tracking / utm params tho ).

The other thing is there are many of these 3rd party viewers, and they go down quite often and leave dead links. We’d use it if someone made a rust or js library for it tho.

@Echedenyan@lemmy.ml
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For the case of Invidious, a redirector exists at https://redirect.invidious.io/ which could be used as intermediate point in this case.

@abbenm@lemmy.ml
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Oh wow, I would love this. I agree, it would be mighty convenient.

riccardo
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81M

The ability to tag posts (what are called “flairs” on reddit)

Mossy
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61M

The ability to follow users

also seconding this

Jedrax
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51M

I kind of wish that when I respond to a comment in my inbox, that it doesn’t just disappear after I submit it. I usually want to click the context button after I respond. It’s just a little pet peeve and not really much of an issue, but I digress.

@mediaformat@lemmy.ml
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Include a Replies Collection via Page json, so that Mastodon & other #ActivityPub software can know about all the replies each Lemmy post has

Dessalines
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31M

Could you open up a github issue for this one.

@zksmk@lemmy.ml
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  1. Multi-communities akin to multireddits, and also, cross-instance multi-communities.

  2. If you log into your account on a post, I’d prefer to be taken back to the post, instead of the front page, as it is now.

  3. MoAr federation (for example, the ability to follow mastodon or pixelfed accounts from Lemmy, it could work well with custom multi-communities).

It’s not that big of a deal, but I’d love to see a redesign on the main page’s community related sidebars. Both of them feel really clunky the way they are now, having them come one after the other instead of in a vertical list, and with no way to order the ones you are subscribed into alphabetical order instead of popularity order.

The way Reddit does the trending communities in its redesign look pretty good, and the way old Reddit orders the subreddits you joined in the top bar is also nice, something at least inspired on that would be really good.

Also a redesign on the top bar (when the page is taking less than half of the screen) should be at least in the priority list, it’s the one aspect of the site that looks REALLY bad.

@tracyspcy@lemmy.ml
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41M
  1. Community specific flyers for accounts (for now we have only mod)
  2. Community specific flyers for posts determined by mods of community (like question , discussion, news etc)
@abbenm@lemmy.ml
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41M

I just would want the option to view pages as lightweight, static html with low or no JavaScript, even if it means pages are not interactable.

I also think it would be nice if there were additional themes, and that the things fundamentally rethought how much white space was put all over the place. There’s so much potential with the things, but I genuinely just don’t think they are reaching their potential right now.

@snek_boi@lemmy.ml
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31M

I see what you mean with theming. Making it easier to change themes easily makes the experience better for those of use who want it just right in a different way. But as to defaults, I don’t dislike Lemmy’s design at all. Though I get the desire for flexibility.

Dessalines
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21M

Lemmy UI works with javascript disabled, but you can only read things, everything else doesn’t work.

@Whom@lemmy.ml
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01M

I’d really love to see an option that’s closer to old reddit or Tildes.net or something, I always feel a little alienated by the design as it is now.

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