A writer lurking.

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Joined 3Y ago
Cake day: Jun 21, 2020


Of course you can pin and follow hastags in Mastodon.

  1. Search for a hashtag (e.g. #web in the search bar).
  2. Click on the hashtag (#web here, as an example).
  3. You will see a column #web open in the web interface at the far end.
  4. You can pin this hashtag column by clicking on the three settings leavers at the top of the hashtag column, then selecting Pin.

The developers of Lemmy the software have no power to take anything down, provided you set up your own server and host the Lemmy software yourself. Any hosted server (lemmy.ml, lemmygrad.ml… etc, ) can decide on their own rules they wish their users to follow though.

This depends on where a particular instance/server of Lemmy is hosted. The software is as free speech as you make it, but not all instances can host all forms of speech legally, depending on the specific country that a particular Lemmy server is located in.

It deserves another look by developers though, may not be exactly the same version, just a similar group of trojans with akin purposes?

This all depends on how big their team was, especially during the economic downturn from the pandemic.

China detects Trojan for Linux used by the NSA.
The NOPEN Trojan is a remote control tool for Unix/Linux operating systems primarily used for stealing files, gaining access to computers, redirecting network communications and viewing information on a targeted device, according to the report.

Use EndeavourOS, which’s pure Arch Linux so you won’t ever have problems with updates, it’s easy to install. I am running the same installation for years now without issues. Can only recommend!

Well, .ml, .ga and .tk are all officially completely free of charge.

- double-ratchet E2E encryption using AES-256-GCM cipher with X3DH key agreement using 2 ephemeral Curve448 keys to derive secrets for ratchet initialization. These keys and secrets are separate for each contact, group membership and file transfer - additional encryption of messages delivered from servers to recipients, also using Curve25519 DH exchange and NaCl crypto-box - to avoid shared cipher-text in sent and received traffic

To be clear I don’t mean to shit on the platform, I’m just approaching it with a lot of cynicism.

It seemed to me you meant to imply that you, unfortunately, dislike Julian Assange?

For iOS Remmel is good, I am actually typing this from it.

For more than 99 percent of our history as humans, we lived close to nature. We lived in the open. The first house with a roof appeared only 5,000 years ago.

associate themselves with Wikileaks and/or Julian Assange

What’s wrong with that?

This is absolute nonsense. Suzie Dawson can be odd, but not right-wing, just anti-imperialist.

If communism didn’t work on its own, capitalist countries wouldn’t need to constantly sanction and strangle those societies, whose goal is implementing it.

If it was a failure, they’d just let it fail on its own. But they never do that.

The only reason the American capitalists fight it so hard, because its success exposes their failure at home.

No, but its formulation seems to imply that there is such a definition, that the US obviously don’t satisfy it but that a lot of americans mistakenly believe that it does.

The definition doesn’t exist, but yet, yes, many Americans do believe it still.

- Introducing ability to send password reset/sign up emails via MAIL_PORT - Responsive styling fixes Other urgent bugfixes...

An Arch based distro with broadened kernel hardware support options

OPs question is not about whether you can objectively define that a country is ‘’great’’ but rather what is it that constitutes their country as ‘’greatest’’ or exceptional in the (subjective) minds of many Americans nowadays?

I think the Lemmy devs should really consider implementing privacy pass for this problem: https://github.com/brave-intl/challenge-bypass-ristretto

It should keep only some of the facts, the major, recognisable ones, but fictionalise all of the little details and incidents which we can no longer know happened anyway.

Fixing visual bugs, security vulnerabilities and improving federation, it is an all-around recommended update.

Most notably voice calls probably.

PineNote . Open. Eink notetaking + reader. Should be ideal to fully transition from paper.

Yes, to conduit.rs Because I think an alternative Matrix server implementation apart from the official one should exist.

I guess you have to split it by economy and social issues. Then, economically conservative, but socially left, you get liberals.

Socialists and communists are (usually) aspiring to be both economically and socially left. The right is both economically, and (to a varying degree) socially conservative…

I could if they implemented screen rotation:-(

Self-sovereign identity they called it.
An effort for a linkable identity to follow you even across decentralized systems.

I assume it should work, but has Misskey federation been tested also? They have a Rust library directly: https://docs.rs/misskey-api/0.2.0/misskey_api/

I assume you could also make Misskey work with direct messages, like you did Pleroma, by linking read:messaging and write:messaging in the API, while Misskey can also do write:page-likes and read:page-likes, which may be of specific interest to Lemmy federaton.

I see Russia as a reliable partner to its allies, like Syria for example, even China.

It does not pursue an aggressive, but rather a defensive (for Crimea see access to Black Sea ports, offering its citizens passports and pensions that Ukraine foolishly invalidated at that time) foreign policy.

Like China, Russia wants to be seen as sovereign.

Had good experience with iwantmyname.com, pretty easy to use interface for domain administration.

Not really. GPL is a left wing license. It literally enforces cooperation, and collaboration, which’re communal values, rather than individualism.

Jami is anonymous when it comes to account creation, and p2p, so the accounts are only created on-device, and disappear from existence completely when all connected clients are deleted. It’s also end-to-end-encrypted.

A third party could find out your IP address if they monitored your network traffic, but not the content of your messages, and not that you are messaging someone. Only that you are using the p2p protocol for something.

Would it even be possible to encrypt some basic metadata? I doubt that.

If you want, you can try to give the newly released Conduit Matrix server a try, it’s light on resources, so the most basic plan from DigitalOcean, or Vultr would power it just fine.

That said, you’d need to find out how to at least deploy a Docker image onto a server for this to be of any use to you whatsoever.

Xed is not really dead at all. I use it instead of gedit.

Using matrix as is out of the box is relatively secure but you need to be aware that a lot of metadata ends up on the servers of a UK based for-profit & venture capital funded company (New Vector).

Using 3rd party clients should really be encouraged.

Matrix probably by default, because most Matrix clients already support E2E out-of-the-gate (Element, Mirage, FluffyChat for iOS, Syphon for Android, KDE NeoChat, nheko). Though you could also have E2E on XMPP, it’d just require more effort to find the appropriate plugins/settings on your part, than with Matrix.