Hi, I tried to make a classic interface for Lemmy.
U can see this in uebishe.com
My work is available for general use, if you want - you can find the necessary folders on my github.
It is necessary to install both of them.
I will try to support Lemmy feature updates for this UI.
A few clarifications:
>- This UI only works when selecting the theme "Litera.css"
> - Other themes don't work as they should
> - I have already started developing a dark theme
It still has a lot of bugs and redneck code (mine), but it's convenient to use it.
I decided to make a new instance to go with my first instance midwest.social. This one is for, but not limited to, leftists in the US state of Ohio (The buckeye state).
I'm also sitting on some domains for Cleveland, Ohio (thecle.social) as well as the state of Michigan (wolverinestate.social) and Detroit, Michigan (motorcity.social).
I'm not quite sure when I'll set up the other instances. I may give the domains away to the right person/people when the time is right. Overall they cost me like $45 a year altogether.
My intention behind the instance is to provide a place for creatives to discuss or present their work. Mastodon may be all good, but a topic tends to get lost quickly, and for authors and writers the character limit is usually an obstacle.
In contrast to the usual instances in the Fediverse, on Fapsi no one should be condemned if you link to your book on e.g. Amazon. Also, nerdy discussions about Dungeons & Dragons and other TTRPG are very welcome.
Thought I would share here the instance I have setup on Lemmy to promote the truth and to fight censorship online.
I have enabled federation on my instance and have added lemmy.ml communities to it. Feel free to take a look!
I setup a personal lemmy instance al lemmy.lohn.in, with the last RC (I like to live in danger).
Probably it will be only me here (pretty cold and dark). Anyway I wish to be allowed or linked in lemmy.ml list.
I don’t understand the difference between **linked** and **allowed** instances in https://lemmy.ml/instances