Nice one! I think you might be able to achieve similar result with customizing news title/body – by including a phrase or hashtag and post it in regular news community.
This way the news community will always have content and your posts will be nicely searchable / recognizable. At the same time other news posters might get inspired by higher quality of posts and adopt similar specific practices.
If there’s enough content to create a brand new community, am sure there will be a place for it
Those are called life simulators, nowadays they’re made as mobile and browser games
Chasing the wrong cloud, my friend. Instead of purging specific companies trading questionable goods, one can advocate among friends and family to buy less questionable alternative.
For example, instead of buying a tool that can be used for assault, get interested in ones physical security. Get to know main types of threats and how to prevent them without the use of assault tools: CCTV, whistles, locks, hinges, appropriate metals / materials and where to apply them. Once you yourself are okay with security you may start recommend it to your friends and family.
By spending money and time in security industry you’re pulling away money that could be used to support arm dealing. Additionally, you prevent the need for arm’s use, making it pointless for your enemy to invest in weapons.
I think the game of life can be relevant here
@firstname.lastname@example.org did a great job outlining military prospects of this action. As a next step we could be asking who else has good “risk to reward” ratio in engaging the Ivans.
Imo, the easiest answer is Turkaeyiee and they know it. That explains questionable deals they do with Moscow: it shows intention to extract max profit from dying empire without making ones hands dirty.
I like to think of “open source software vs closed software” as “stairs vs elevator”: stairs are healthy, autonomous, require little to no maintenance but given the option to elevator I don’t have any illusion what most people would prefer
Yes, stairs are very inaccessible – stairs might exclude a bunch of people by its own design
In the eyes of stairs-builder you shouldn’t build (residential) buildings that require an elevator. Moreover, in narrow cases you might wanna consider to build an elevator, consider an escalator first
Answering the question “How can we get people to use stairs everyday?”, stairs-builders make stairs well lit, wide, friendly and well placed.
A user of stairs might prepare their friends and family to use existing stairs they got: by explaining the techniques to approach the stairs, by recommending appropriate shoes, by timing the stairs climbing at an appropriate moment of the day etc
Less advanced user might simply point to the stairway and say “why don’t we take stairs this time?”. And here we (advanced users) wanna ask them not to do that with their sore/acky nana – she wouldn’t like the stairs either way
Don’t waste your energy. Focus on the achievable
In context of this community, I personally feel it’s intentionally-basic ground rule to keep healthy relationships with other people over the argument
I feel admins don’t want to be overly prescriptive how you “suppose to” act but in every heated/controversial discussion they will try to keep peace/civility at the expense of “the truth”
Of course, this approach has its cons but one can always stroll to the instances with fewer/no ground rules while keeping your beehome clean and friendly
Autoredirect link from every instance
It seems like you wouldn’t have asked that question if your network worked flawlessly. Saving bandwidth on local network seems like a weird saving on its own.
So I imagine that you might be suffering from a more fundamental problem: like having a low end router that you push to self-host and cater to a family of wireless devices at the same time.
Am just speculating of course. Could you tell us why are you chasing to reduce power of 5-20 watt device?
I tried to post it again but the link doesn’t seem to be working. Is it your own website?
I always wandered what was his deal… He seemed like he confused his personal therapy chat with reddit/lemmyverse
Anyways, he left a short but memorable appearance. Much gratitude goes to “perthchat news publishing inc” for this beautiful obituary
|2022 – 2023|
Yeah, it works but as of now requires to rewrite few hundred lines of python to connect to Lemmy API
I was hoping to find an easy guide to generate a simple GCal / CalDav link or ICS file from a post. This way one doesn’t need to write/test/deploy/maintain code and could use it right from the get-go
I’ll link the guide to this reply once I come across it
You’re describing working at oil rig xD
Overall, almost any company is quite bad at organizing housing at the scale of “town”. Building all this infrastructure is very burdensome task for a regular company with low 2-digit margin
For capitalists it’s a dream but in reality it’s quite hard to do – fortunately or unfortunately
auto redirect link from any instance:
I mean, of course gallery of a phone going to be littered with household stuff. All good photos of you and your family should go to the appropriate storage directory.
Instead, mobile device storage is very well suited to temporary photos that are not scary to loose. One has to keep in mind that photos of value on the phone will be irrecoverably destroyed in case of phone malfunction/drowning.
Don’t forget to make backup, kids
Me second that, good job 👍