[–]TheUniverseIsEmpty 9 hours ago in whatever
Everytime there is a subreddit quarantine I laugh.
The reasons are so absurd.
[–]go1dfish 9 hours ago in whatever
Yeah they are literally language policing now
They won't ban or quarantine bpt for being racists, but they'll quarantine waterniggas for including the n-word.
[–] 9 hours ago in whatever
some subreddits have automods that autodelete comments with certain words
Whoever banned waterniggas is one dehydrated motherfucker
Look at offmychest. You get banned for POSTING in a certain sub.
Quarantine is not a ban. It's a "let's consider a ban," warning.
I've seen "paticipation in hate subs is grounds for a ban"
Banning is meaningless anyway, as its trivial to create another account
It's actually against Reddit's policies, but the admins threw that out of the window anyway.
Punishing people in one sub for what they did in another ?
Yeah. It's against Reddit's official policies to ban users for posting in a sub.
The admins don't give a fuck so it means nothing.
AgainstHateSubreddits is a hate subreddit, but it has the same agenda as the admins so it's also unbannable.
I'm never surprised when centralised pwer is abused
You gotta decentralise in the first place
Hey, goldfish, if you're still here, whatever happened to your Reddit account. I heard you talk about it a while ago. But I don't think anyone asked why the admins killed it.
Admins of a site acting badly is about as surprising as a dictator acting badly.
Did the admins just nuke it from orbit? They've done that before.
Usually they suspend now.
[–]Tree_Perception 7 hours ago in whatever
They refuse to log him in, if you try to log in as go1dfish the error message is different from the rest, or so it was about half a year when another nabber looked at his account
On injecting global policy into people's listing source: it may already work that way, but please display it as two separate listing sources, I don't want user actions to be mixed up with admin ones
This is reddit's CSS parser code for sanitization. It uses TinyCSS with property/function/token_type whitelists for validation and translation of image references (github.com)
+0 -0 submitted 3 months ago by go1dfishto t/notabug
Better support for participating without it may come in the future.
[–]go1dfish+17 -0 points 3 months ago*
Instead of transforming image names our parser should detect external references and provide a list that we can use for warnings/opt-in purposes.
Alternately we could look at building a server-side process that runs this python code (or some other non-js implementation) as a trusted oracle.
The oracle approach is probably easier, but it harms decentralization, is not as scalable and doesn't allow for real-time validation of your stylesheet while you are editing it.
Best option for our purposes seems to be either https://github.com/postcss/postcss or https://github.com/reworkcss/css#readme I lean towards postcss
Things we need to be cognizant of when building support for user styles: https://jakearchibald.com/2018/third-party-css-is-not-safe/
Maybe it makes sense to use the oracle approach as a short term solution?
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