[–]TheUniverseIsEmpty 8 hours ago in whatever
Everytime there is a subreddit quarantine I laugh.
The reasons are so absurd.
[–]go1dfish 8 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.
[–] 8 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 place needs some work, but I'm a believerin notabug
[–]go1dfish+3 -0 points 5 days ago
Thanks for the vote of confidence, things are getting better.
Elon Musk’s Boring Company Inches Closer to Making Hyperloop a Reality (wired.com)
+3 -0 submitted 5 days ago by go1dfishto t/technology
[–]go1dfish+1 -0 points 5 days ago
As far as taxation goes, Georgism seems one of the less bad approaches IMO.
What bots would be useful here?by Gangsterin notabug
[–]go1dfish+4 -0 points 5 days ago
This is something I want to be a user level setting.
To detect all the different youtube links and alternatives and allow end user to specify what to treat them as.
So Gangster could pick invidious.us for their display and you could post normal youtube links.
[–]go1dfish+1 -0 points 6 days ago
There is a Voat bot that does that. Any of these would have to be significantly modified to work here.
Reddit quarantines r/waterniggas for "shocking or highly offensive language" (reddit.com)
+5 -1 submitted 6 days ago by go1dfishto t/reddit
I just also run that code server side to generate HTML for people to be able to use the site in read-only fashion at least without js.
If you do have JS, the JS takes over and re-renders the same thing the server sent you initially.
The data used to generate the page is encoded as JSON and included in the HTML and this is used to make that re-render happen quickly and ensure it matches the initial html (for the most part).
Transitioning from that data summary to live data from gun is potentially problematic and is the source of some issues for at least one mobile tablet user currently.
Lesbian Step-Sisters Better Not get Caught by Dad! August Ames (RIP) & Abella Dangerby Gangsterin whatever
No worries, thanks for posting a bunch of content; that's the most important thing for growing a site like this IMO. But yeah t/nsfw or something more specific would be better.
Facebook fights to “shield Zuckerberg” from punishment in US privacy probe (arstechnica.com)
+3 -0 submitted 6 days ago by go1dfishto t/technology
A ransomware attack took The Weather Channel off the air (theverge.com)
+2 -0 submitted 6 days ago by go1dfishto t/technology
Who is the biggest?by Oogain ask
[–]go1dfish+5 -0 points 6 days ago
What is more bandwidth heavy here is the listings and content itself.
Watcha looking at?in whatever
[–]go1dfish+0 -0 points 6 days ago
Can somebody ban the nazis here? I'm getting tired that they are allowed to post here.in whatever
I’m providing a platform to everyone
Facebook waited until the Mueller report dropped to tell us millions of Instagram passwords were exposed (qz.com)
+7 -0 submitted 6 days ago by go1dfishto t/technology
Someone can start tagging nazis/nazi content and excluding it from a space.
All cultures are equalin whatever
[–]go1dfish+1 -0 points 7 days ago
Popular vote represents general population more accurately than electoral college. Change my mindin whatever
Yes popular vote is more generally representative of the entire country in terms of population.
Geographically this concentrates influence to high density population centers that have different needs from more rural areas.
Unfortunately what we’re talking about is giving centralized control on the basis of aggregate desires. And that’s never going to work out well for everyone. As an information theory problem, some/most views and perspectives will be completely discarded in the decision making process no matter what form it takes so long as it is centralized.
North Korea says it tested a ‘powerful warhead’ (cnbc.com)
+2 -0 submitted 1 week ago by go1dfishto t/politics
Reddit is prohibiting NSFW ads now, will a ban on NSFW subs follow? (reddit.com)
+5 -0 submitted 1 week ago by go1dfishto t/reddit
Ubisoft is giving away Assassins Creed: Unity in celebration of Notre Dame as well as donating money towards reconstruction. (news.ubisoft.com)
+9 -0 submitted 1 week ago by go1dfishto t/gaming
My Samsung Galaxy Fold screen broke after just a day (theverge.com)
+1 -0 submitted 1 week ago by go1dfishto t/technology
Secret Report Reveals Saudi Incompetence and Widespread Use of U.S. Weapons in Yemen (theintercept.com)
+3 -0 submitted 1 week ago by go1dfishto t/politics
Behind Every Robot Is a Human (theatlantic.com)
+2 -0 submitted 1 week ago by go1dfishto t/technology
How does a relational database work (coding-geek.com)
+3 -0 submitted 1 week ago by go1dfishto t/programming
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