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Cake day: Apr 18, 2019


IMO it’s worth having it auto-upvoted. Who posts something and then downvote themselves anyway? Or another option would be to disable the ability to vote on your own submissions, to be as “impartial” and fair as possible?

I could slightly cut down on small replies while still voicing your thoughts, so IMO that could be worth it.

And if the link goes down then it’s even more useless.

I basically already host that for my relatives through Plex, but I don’t make any money out of it. I just do it because I want to.

I know where to get the content, and if something is missing that they want they just send me a message, I don’t mind doing it for them.

They should mandate archive.org to host these game files, and financially support them to do so.

Now I’m wondering what’s the ecological footprint these could have, and how feasible the recycling of this material is.

It’s not like there isn’t any competition out there to Spotify (Apple Music, YouTube Music, Deezer, Amazon Prime Music,Tidal are the top ones that come to mind), the artists are free not not publish their music there if they disagree.

Spotify did the legwork of putting the platform in place tho. Personally I tend to buy from Bandcamp, but you won’t find everything you’re looking for.

And provide good and free support for victims of substance abuse.

Sadly there no way to assign a label (like reddit flairs) to a post of user on Lemmy yet, that would be handy to identify and filter posts and users.

And if you’re afraid of losing your notes and want to use a VPS as another node for storing your notes but you’re also concerned about privacy, you can set that one up as an untrusted node, and the data will be encrypted at rest, on top of being encrypted during transit like usual.

Breaking any kind of DRMs. It is an electronic shackle that serves nothing but to enrich the big corporations.

I also makes them reinstallable if you decided to hide/remove them in the past.

I use it too, having it natively supported by Kobo is great too.

I suppose they’re basically banning addons that are simply glorified bookmarks.

They can change the license for future releases, which would basically block them from using the updated source code.

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