Yeah this functions as a proof of work requirement and thus a rate limit of a sort.
Raddle is much more honest about what it is than reddit is, and privacy/tech wise it's pretty solid.
In a way that’s the point. Raddle has a focus on left wing anti-authoritarianism. Notabug doesn’t, it’s meant to be a generic platform for building Reddit style communities/forums in distributed fashion.
You’ll notice t/front has an active censor list, currently just my “censor” account but may expand once comment commands are ready.
A network for anyone to share thoughts, ideas and references with others and to experience what others have shared.
There is no overarching ideology here, but structurally as it relates to moderation it’s built upon principles of polycentric law.
That’s not my thinking here.
Blacklisting works when there are accounts to ban or a rate limit on posting.
The new approach to t/front is effectively rate limited with the vote requirement and I’ll likely try a topic blacklist for it instead soonish.
It looks better on chrome without word wrap. The public keys get long.
Eventually that’s how spaces/listings will be defined.
So aside from transparency it’s a learning thing and a way to get feedback on the language.
The solution to that is letting others define and curate their own listings. Check out the listing source display in the sidebar. That’s where we are heading.
This is an excellent article that mirrors a lot of my own thinking on the organization of communities. I’d say it’s highly relevant to notabug as well.
Trump Loved The Wikileaks! So Why Did He Indict Assange? (bitchute.com)
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Mainly to avoid being a curator preventing people from commenting on things. I’ll probably remove it when curation switches to be command based.
But also people asked for it and I want to play around with what the new listing language makes possible.
Current front page is anything in the default topics with at least one upvote.
t/curated is the whitelist system with the default topic set applied now.
What do you think the frontpage should be?
Ok the topic list is applied to t/curated now.
Front page is comprised of anything in the topbar topics with at least one upvote that isn’t censored by the censor account.
I do plan to add the topic list restriction to curated.
FPG is right though, curators are not active on t/front just an upvote (not score) requirement + topic list.
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Ocasio-Cortez says she's using Instagram to 'humanize' government (thehill.com)
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I didn’t buy it, all my gaming is VR these days and this game looked like a turd from the start.
The idea is you shouldn’t be typing your password to begin with. Should be stored in a password manager.
Yes exactly, but if an XSS is only able to execute after password entry it gives access to the password that wouldn’t otherwise be possible.
When I say random passphrase I mean like the 20+ word phrases generated by blockchain wallets with the express purpose of avoiding brute force attacks.
One thing I’ve been considering and would like feedback on is the idea of generating a random passphrase for the user as a default.
The biggest potential danger here IMO in early stages is nab making people less secure elsewhere through password reuse and this is one way to potentially prevent that.
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