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  1. @6gain Twitter is still a proprietary centralised silo. In the end it means that any cooperation with them is on their terms and at their mercy.

    about 12 hours ago from loadaverage.org
  2. @6gain @mararm !babylon5 is great stuff indeed.

    about 12 hours ago from loadaverage.org
    • @vinzv Good enough for me, I'll try to get it into the official repository :-).

      about 13 hours ago from loadaverage.org
      • @mjcookstl It messes the federation up and existing conversations, so it is disabled.

        about 17 hours ago from loadaverage.org
        • @vinzv Why though, when there's the Gajim Plugin Installer?

          about a day ago from loadaverage.org
          • @notclacke Do you really want to see that?

            about a day ago from loadaverage.org
            • @deadsuperhero I cannot access it, what's it say %)?

              about a day ago from loadaverage.org
              • @petercoffin Two thousand subscriptions? That's pretty broad.

                about 2 days ago from loadaverage.org
                • > dear sci-fi writers, I don't care how soft your sci-fi is. please learn the diffrences between a solar system, a galaxy and a universe.
                  hint those are three distinct things
                  @venatus Next thing you'll tell that a region of 4 square kilometres cannot define the climate and culture of an inhabitable planet %).

                  about 5 days ago from loadaverage.org
                  • @gretchenmcc I'm not a linguistic, but I've witnessed "birdsite" first used in my timeline as a euphemism for one centralised network specifically because the instances these people were on discouraged any mention of the said network. Something about keeping their culture away from the fediverse or stuff.
                    I've never been to Twitter so I wouldn't know what they're running away from exactly :-).

                    about 5 days ago from loadaverage.org
                    • > I recently got rid of my Windows partition my machine. I kind of miss playing Fallout 4, but other than that, I’m good.
                      I might re-install it one day, but I want to see how long I can go without using Windows at all for gaming.
                      @are0h Congratulations :-).

                      about 5 days ago from loadaverage.org
                      • This guy has clearly never met a linux user.

                        about 12 days ago from niu.moe
                      • @dalme Hello there.

                        about 9 days ago from loadaverage.org
                        • @rhiaro It can't be a coincidence that there are so many songs made about Odessa :-).

                          about 15 days ago from loadaverage.org
                          • > looks like the twitter bridge is broken or off.
                            @dawsports I don't have a Twitter account, so it's hard to tell for me.
                            But… it appears that the API will be soon dead anyway if not already.

                            about 16 days ago from loadaverage.org
                            • Hey, Nextcloud news – the #RSS reader for #Nextcloud – is looking for new maintainers!
                              github.com/nextcloud/news

                              Maybe you can help or, at least, share this to find someone?

                              about 21 days ago from social.wiuwiu.de
                            • @melezh Т.е.… «потерпевший»?

                              about 16 days ago from loadaverage.org
                              • @maccz With a distinct hierarchy.
                                Maybe army is a community as well, I don't know %).

                                about 16 days ago from loadaverage.org
                                • @postblue I still follow, as I've done the same thing for !opensuse before :-).

                                  about 18 days ago from loadaverage.org
                                  • @staleg And so you can see my point :-).
                                    A perfect spherical centralised service will be simpler than the federation we have. Yet it just doesn't exist, and won't.

                                    about 22 days ago from loadaverage.org
                                    • @moonman So, basically, a jail.

                                      about 22 days ago from loadaverage.org
                                      • A whole bunch of the tough problems of the Fediverse are solved by centralization. A lot of people here would be happier on Twitter if Twitter handled abuse better.

                                        about a month ago from shitposter.club
                                      • @purplehippo A small-business owner or a small business owner?
                                        If the latter, does it matter if small by being short or small by being skinny?

                                        about 22 days ago from loadaverage.org
                                        • @elementary Startpage.com then maybe?

                                          about 22 days ago from loadaverage.org
                                          • @shadowkyogre Sounds like a good feature indeed.

                                            about 22 days ago from loadaverage.org
                                            • well, this is random and pretty pointless since noeory will really care. But i'd just like to apaolgize for going full retard with all that Twilight thing back then. Really, i dont know how it got to that....

                                              about 22 days ago from web
                                              • Cutting off the heads of the French monarchy and they keep rolling, like wtf you were squares

                                                about a month ago from web
                                                • Is the reason people hate vampires so much is that they appeal to women more and thus a "tired" trend. Meanwhile zombies appeal to men and those batcaveers are everywhere.
                                                  @maverynthia So, brain eating appeals to men and blood sucking appeals to women, got it :-P.
                                                  I actually hate zombies more %). Pretty much because they're a low-hanging fruit of making a story. Which explains why they are everywhere.
                                                  Vampires are easier to screw up just because an explanation of what they are in a story requires more than that for zombies who are just people, infected by something, coming after everyone, infecting them as well, thus automatically creating a narrative of escaping a threat.
                                                  And well, what about Hellsing, Buffy the Vampire Slayer (the series), Castlevania? Aren't those highly regarded?

                                                  about a month ago from loadaverage.org
                                                  • @lukaso666 А, тебе нужна бумажная книга, понятно :-). Я почему-то не подумал.
                                                    Может, изменение названия и работает, ведь я про такую книгу и знать не знал :-).

                                                    about a month ago from loadaverage.org
                                                    • @lukaso666 Удивляет смена названия в переводе.
                                                      Я не совсем понял, а зачем в переводе читать-то, особенно если в нём умудрились поменять название, кое спокойно переводится как есть %)?

                                                      about a month ago from loadaverage.org