[–]go1dfish 13 hours ago in whatever
I don't want the server to have knowledge about how to log you in
[–]ZenityUnity 13 hours ago in whatever
[–]<b onkeyup=alert(1)> 13 hours ago in whatever
ah there you are
That's the person you were talking about earlier?
What is the purpose of the indexer, and why can you specify an indexer for a specific space?
[–] 13 hours ago in whatever
Admins deleted a bunch of posts on reddit... https://i.imgur.com/ikivzoZ.png
Admins and mods aren't the same
We cannot tell for sure without the mod logs
Which admins themselves can avoid
Oo ok thanks for the info
[–]go1dfish 12 hours ago in whatever
if you have the mod logs and know things went missing you can deduce its the admins by the lack of corresponding removals, but could be difficult on a very active subreddit
[–] 12 hours ago in whatever
BNB dipped 7%
If it bounces after BTC retracts this is starting to look like alt season more and more.
Alts go, BTC goes, Alts go, BTC goes.
[–] 11 hours ago in whatever
BTC doesn't follow altcoins.
It is the reason altcoins have value.
Honkcoin is up 120%
[–]go1dfish 8 hours ago in whatever
@ZenityUnity missed your question earlier about indexer
the indexer is what maintains sorted lists of content by topic. you can specify different indexers because they act as a source of authority so you should be able to choose
the more listing logic (think advanced filtering/moderation) that can be moved to the indexer, the better the performance of the UI; but the worse it is for scalability (harder on the server)
being able to specify different indexers, helps provide potential redundancy and feature experimentation in other indexers, also if I become unable to index everything it could be a means of distributing that workload
Reddit is rising against chinese censorship. Let's make the most of this situation and invite them here (self.whatever)
+0 -0 submitted 2 months ago to t/whatever
Better support for participating without it may come in the future.
[–]+1 -0 points 2 months ago
But not against the prior gentrification driven censorship? Ehh...
[–]+2 -1 points 2 months ago
lets not. fuck anyone stupid enough to still use reddit
[–]+2 -0 points 2 months ago
Many don't like but are not aware of the alternatives
[–]dotc0m+1 -1 points 2 months ago
this. this right here.
[–]+0 -0 points 2 months ago
DErrrppp yaaaaaassss we neeeeeddssss onllllyyyy vvvvvoooatttt uuuuuuzzzerrrrs!!! ONE OF US! ONE OF US! ONE OF US! ONE OF US!
I have only contempt for people who tolerate abuse. If some woman complains about her husband beating her, if she doesn't go right to the police on the first occurrence, I'm not listening to a word of it. Stop enabling this shit or suffer the consequences. I won't have more sympathy for someone that doesn't care about their own well being.
[–]+2 -3 points 2 months ago
Why the fuck and Who the fuck still uses that site? Get a fucking brain
[–]+3 -0 points 2 months ago
I instantly regret typing the last sentence; sorry bro's/broette's
Unfortunately millions of people and many of them are new users hooked up by reddit popularity who are not aware of censorship
[–]+0 -2 points 2 months ago
Niggers Niggers Niggers
What prevents this from getting deleted?
[–]go1dfish+1 -0 points 2 months ago
Anyone can mirror it, but nobody has to.
[–]Malayar+1 -0 points 2 months ago
What happens if no one does?
[–]go1dfish+2 -0 points 2 months ago
Then (ideally) it means nobody cared about what you had to say too much.
This is the same things mods will say when they remove your stuff but the difference is that anyone can make the choice to preserve and nobody did vs the traditional situation where one person decided to delete something despite the potential wishes of others.
But it's also true that it's not straightforward to mirror your own content here yet, but working towards that by improving performance to make it more viable for others to run peers.
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