Please make it so that the website suggests less populated instances first and displays a big warning against fostering big instances. This avoids what #WhatsApp and #Google did (see https://libreplanet.org/wiki/XMPP ), where both started as #XMPP providers but once they became big enough, they closed doors.
Did some changes in preperation for the Grand Opening (Tomorrow?) of G's #gopherspace
I'm stopping for now before i make mistakes as i'm having a few drinks. 🥂
Hope the day tomorrow cooperates and i get this done. Practically nothing left to do. More so to be available to setup any potential users.
I'd like to ask you people to boost this post to see how long it'd take for it to reach someone else from my town (Westervoort, The Netherlands).
Of course, that implies that I'm not the only one here that uses Mastodon, but hey, part of the challenge :)
Starting on the 18th of August 2020 :)
Is there a GPO where you can define a remote rsyslog server?
And yes, I hate working with windows shit
@finlaydag33k Lol, go look at privacyshield.gov
We actually have a ton listed here, by the way:
You should check out ReverseEagle! Really cool project. Of course, I should probably mention I'm one of the people behind it.
One of our projects is to remove Google's influence from FOSS. I have submitted lots and lots of issues / merge requests to public repositories, that ask to remove Google.
One of the owners, @TheMainOne did a super cool announcement on r/privacy. It's pinned, so it's hard to miss. hopefully more and more people help by submitting merge requests...
Anyway, I'll finish up now: have a good day!
I kind of like #lemmy, but I'm bothered by the fact it is done by a tankie who deflects human-rights abuse as soon as it's done by an authoritarian regime he believes to be communist or anti-united-states.
To mass murder done by tankies he response with, "Imao sounds like we got the fuckin high score then u fuckin lib."
How is it possible that no one is bothered by that?
... I've never seen a discussion happening about that. #lemmy
Make that 8, since one of the disks just broke
Well, 12 more TB has been added!
Cloud storage provider built on nextcloud, hosted in Sweden on our own hardware.
A instance dedicated - but not limited - to people with an interest in the GNU+Linux ecosystem and/or general tech. Sysadmins to enthusiasts, creators to movielovers - Welcome!