brave is also run by a homopobic alt right ass so…
please note: I do not support coil
Yeah this, also consider that gitlab is not federated and people are not likely to make an account on your gitlab instance to contribute.
The same thing goes for discord, more people use it than matrix, and therfore you reach a larger audience by using it
re @Echedenyan@lemmy.ml not sure what part you are talking about, I’m happy to shoot myself in the foot for my projects because I don’t expect much contributors nore feel a drive for a big star count
Leasure reading has fallen by the wayside. It’s a pity but I like a particular type of book that is rarely fulfilled. I mostly just read my subscribed RSS feeds
If anyone has recommendations, I like surreal nonfiction and fiction (not too fantasy, think “his dark materials”), with an emphasis on storytelling and character development. I enjoy most densities, I occasionally dare read academia.
No problem, if you are interested in learning more: https://www.givingwhatwecan.org
Than, how can we attract users, specifically from different countries?
The first thing that comes to mind before advertising is attracting other communities from Reddit, but why would they come? Voat attracted members because the alt right was unwelcome on reddit, but most communities dont find a huge need to switch, even if they feel things could be better. The one exception is the privacy/Foss community, but it’s a small one and perhaps not the best Target audience, let alone one of many nationalities.
If the above paragraph was somehow an attraction plan despite no internationality, some more issues would need to be ironed out:
In line with 3, I think at some point some branding consideration is needed, ie
Lemmy: a world for everyone
With an illustration of stuff being shipped between different planets, one covered in flowers, another in factories and tech, and one more with ???
As an idea.
I am interested in your strategy ideas for growth. While I am rambling, worth noting that a democracy system is my long term dream, although far off in the pipeline
I wrote a blog on this. My site is down as I rewrite it but
I already explained why I love syncthing, but one limitation is both devices must be online to sync, so this often happens:
Having a server means the phone can sync to that server, and then when the computer goes online and the phone offline the computer can still sync.
Ditching immature email with zero compromises
* firstname.lastname@example.org -> evan@<redacted>.io -> email@example.com * firstname.lastname@example.org <- evan@<redacted>.io <- email@example.com
Existing emails delivered to
firstname.lastname@example.org, but new contacts get my best face (
evan@<redacted>.io). It forwards emails to
email@example.com without telling the sender, and vice versa
Host backends I write independent of my computer, so they are available when ever me or a friend needs them. Nothing high traffic in this section, but involves some MySQL and such. Mostly node, some rust.
Problem: When signing up for services, they have your email now and can do as they wish
netflix -> netflix@alias.<redacted>.io -> firstname.lastname@example.org
That way, if a service goes rogue
netflix -> netflix@alias.<redacted>.io 🚫 email@example.com
My photos are a large part of me, and I would like to have public galleries to share with not only my photography teacher, but anyone I give the link to.
The software I use has password protected galleries support, so I can have fully public ones, and a special gallery for class, for my family, and for me.
A wonderful replacement for Google #photos, because it is no longer free
I want to host a small file server that allows me to have public, unlisted, and password protected areas. In most cases, Google drive is appropriate, but occasionally drive.<redacted>.io/coolfile.png would be nice, to make it clear that information is by me. I really hate NextCloud, but it’s the best option.
Serving static website that has my notes
Thank you for the report, unless I am misunderstanding he is saying these “theories” are the truth, given the context. Could have been worded better, but in this part
There are obviously true conspiracy theories, many are widely believed by the left and many are even public record at this point.
I think he is saying these are true even if some people call them theories. I interpret the thread as
Only right wingers believe in conspiracy theories?
I disagree, I believe all these to be true