Is there a bot that will scrape RSS / ATOM feeds and xpost to lemmy?
It would be handy for auto-posting new github releases, youtube vids, SO content, etc. If not I'll make one, so recommend libs =]

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Troll attack, again
This is horrible and terrible. Just suspend new subscription untill you find a way to address this thing. Now we have gore image too. Please just shut down new subscriptions for now, those trolls attacks are completely out of control

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Brigaders are coming from /pol/
I found the source of the brigaders. Links to thread if interested. ::: spoiler spoiler Archive :::
fedilink is being brigaded with anti-semitic posts
They're all sent by a handful of recently created accounts. Should there be an admin approval system for first posts, or something similar to slow down such attempts? Edit 2: The [brigaders are coming from /pol/]( as found by []( Edit 3: They've now been banned. Thank you mods.

Should we move StackOverflow content to
It would be nice to have the content from StackOverflow in here. Since the content has a creative commons license, it's enough to copy and paste the license in each post. What do the admins think? Should we wait until there are tags or flags or some other way of sorting the questions or could we start importing them to this instance? Maybe you don't want them in here and prefer them to be on another instance.

RSS feed for all my subscribed communities?
I know I can get feeds for specific communities, but is there a way to get a single feed with all my subscribed communities? I'd like to have one feed that updates when I join or leave a community, instead of needing to subscribe both in Lemmy and my RSS reader.

Why does the instances list have peertube sites?
The instances list currently seems to be mostly lemmy instances with a couple of peertube sites like tilvids and framatube for some reason. I am confused as to why. The idea is to link *lemmy* instances, is it not? We don't yet have federation with peertube yet do we?

Lemmy URLs should be human-meaningful
I just posted this in a comment here: (link goes to the *"What are your most wanted Lemmy features?"* post in the *"lemmy"* community) I am following up now with this new post, because I just found (link goes to the "Community name in post URL" issue on the lemmy project's github, under the LemmyNet organization... note github has 2 of those 3 pieces of information in their URL) where I learned that []( has actually thought about this and arrived at (imo) the wrong conclusion. Afaict, they have decided that having human-meaningful in URLs is "silly" and therefore we shouldn't?! I am hoping they'll change their mind! I think having no idea what a URL is about makes for a really lousy user experience. When people send me lemmy links, I want to have a clue as to what they're about before I decide to click it. Maybe I've seen it before. Maybe it's a meme, and I want to look at it later. Or maybe it's the answer to a question I urgently need to know the answer to. So, I have to click to find out - often to discover it is just a meme i've seen 3 times already. Having the community name and the post title in the URL would make my lemmy experience much better. In my opinion, there is no benefit to lemmy URLs being short except for in the rare case that you need to transmit one verbally or on paper. But, in that case, you can actually just omit the post title when copying the URL, as there would still be a database ID preceding it! (Try it with a reddit URL: if you remove the title slug and just supply the database ID, it redirects you to the post's canonical URL with the slug in it.) Lemmy devs: please reconsider this!

How to make custom changes to a lemmy code base and deploy it to your instance. A video walk through.
Saw someone on github ask for a video on making changes to lemmy to edit their instance. I had a few minutes today and made a video. I hope someone finds this useful. [Instructions to clone down and debug lemmy in VSCode here]( Or you can use the default lemmy docker build instructions [here](

Is there a way to get historical data on subscribers count by community?
I think it would be a great metric for mods to see the growth dynamics of a community. It also could be used to add another filter like "growing communities" in addition or instead of "trending communities" which is simply a list of recently created as far as I understand.

Today there was a huge amount of activity, apart from the spam, I really liked it. Gives a bit of a feel of the future. Lemmy is going to be even better with more growth!

Moving instances and deleting users
1) I can see that people have been asking for the ability to - as a user - move to a different Lemmy-instance. Is this still considered? How probably is it that it will be implemented any time soon? 2) When I create a user at an instance, I delete it, but then afterwards I want to create it again (with the same name), it says that the user already exists. Is this intentional? Will it be possible to (re)create a user with the same name after some time? Or never?

Don't count deleted comments
I clicked on a post with 2 comments, only to see that both are by someone who has been banned + their comments deleted. So my minor suggestion is to make it known that a comment has been deleted, but not to include it in the count anymore.

Clarifying the Ansible Instructions - 2 Questions
A couple questions about the [lemmy-ansible]( instructions: *** **Step 1 - “Clone this repo: /lemmy-ansible.git”** *QUESTION 1* - Clone it to my local machine, correct? (not directly onto the VPS) ***ANSWER: - Yes, clone lemmy-ansible to local.*** *** **Step 2 - “Edit the config file”** *QUESTION 2* - By default, config.hjson has values like hostname: "{{ domain }}" - and - password: "{{ postgres_password }}". - Are those “{{values}}” automatically pulled from the hosts file? - or just directly edit them in the config.hjson file? ***ANSWER: - Edit them directly in the config.hjson file.*** *** Thank you for your patience. I want to do it right / understand. ***UPDATE: Installed Lemmy on VPS via SSH***

2 Noob Questions - lemmy File Location / Migration
Hello Lemmy people, I’m trying to wrap my head around where editable files ultimately ‘live’ after Ansible install to a VPS. For example: 1. If you want to modify a specific cell in a Postgres table using Arctype (or another SQL GUI) - would you be: - directly modifying the VPS instance? - or modifying a mirrored database on your local computer? *** 2. If you setup Lemmy using a ‘1 year free trial’ from a VPS (like digital ocean)...and then want to migrate the Lemmy instance to another VPS (like Hetzner), would you be: - ‘pushing’ the custom Lemmy instance from your local computer to a new VPS? - or directly migrating the files from one VPS to the other? --- I realize these are noob questions. Thank you for your patience. Lemmy looks really cool.

Login bug when changing the password in another browser
I just changed my password in another browser while being logged in with my current browser and that created a redirect loop, apparently the start page gets a API error with the password, redirects to the 404 page and that checks the same password, gets the error and redirects again. It worked after deleting the jwt cookie on the domain ( if that matters)

Anyone else thinks that "_" in community addresses should be gone?
In my opinion the only good thing it does is to create copies of already existing communities, so basically people tend to follow one community or the other and it divides the people who could be active. If you want to create a community that's similar to one and for some reason you don't want to be a part of it, find another name, if you can't find another name, create your own instance. So if Lemmy is federating now we could have /c/worldnews, /c/world_news, and the same applies to every other instance that decides to do the same. In my opinion this only segregates people. The same applies to uppercase letters, which Reddit uses but luckily Lemmy does not, imagine how many copies of a community could be created if you use both.

Anyone want to take over
cross-posted from: > Hi all, > > I'm going to be taking on a rather large change of life in the very near future, and I'm having to dump a bunch of responsibilities and hobby-type things. > > This lemmy instance falls in to that category. I would love to see someone with the technical know-how volunteer to pick up the domain, this database, and host this somewhere, keeping continuity going. > > Anyone interested? > > Thanks!

What if … Cross posts were only symlinks?
I see it very often, especially with Linux, Libre Culture and Open Source, that one and the same is discussed in 2 or more threads. In one a consent was found, in another not, and in the third are only posted links to one of the other discussions. So I asked myself, what if a cross post would only link to the original instead of creating an own entry?

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