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Cake day: Jun 07, 2020


This is certainly a post I want to comment on. This is in no order. And I cannot list 10 games.

  • Oni (this one is #1 for me)
  • Mario Forever (the global fanmake community is something)
  • N the ninja flash game (N v2.0, N+ and N++) (this game is something else)
  • Megaman series (1,2,3,4,5,6)
  • GTA SA and VC
  • NFS series – Most Wanted, Carbon and Underground 1/2
  • Dragon Ball Z Budokai Tenkaichi 3 (2 player combat does not get any better)
  • Counter Strike Condition Zero/1.6
  • House Of The Dead 1/2
  • Metal Slug series (1,2,X,3,4,5,6,7)

A few extra mentions:

  • Mario Forever Galaxy (if Galactica and Mario franchise made a perfect child)
  • Genocide (too obscure, can DM full version personally)
  • Duke Nukem Manhattan Project (the feels is pure rusty nostalgia)
  • DAVE (DOS game, not the same as Dangerous Dave)
  • Pocket Tanks Deluxe
  • Marvel vs Street Fighter (on Arcade)

r/PrivacyGuides restored citation-less slander post as facts, and GrapheneOS community sockpuppet theory is proven correct by one of its members
cross-posted from: https://lemmy.ml/post/143981 > Mod statement: https://np.reddit.com/r/PrivacyGuides/comments/rxf02a/theanonymousjoker_false_privacy_prophet/hs1dxux?context=3 > > https://i.imgur.com/LahmNkO.jpg > > dng99/dngray has branded a citation-less slander post as facts. These are the "community standards" of r/PrivacyGuides. Always remember this. > > u/trai_dep, the record stands corrected once again > > Moreover, my theory about GrapheneOS community using sockpuppets is true, as confirmed by... > > https://np.reddit.com/r/fdroid/comments/rxtc14/came_across_this_thoughts/hs1o6no?context=3 > > https://i.imgur.com/JX6uTpx.jpg > > Tommy_Tran = B0risGrishenko (OP of slander post). Thanks for confirming my GrapheneOS community sockpuppet theory.

r/PrivacyGuides is allowing a personally targeting post with my name in post title currently, slandering me and my smartphone guide
https://teddit.net/r/PrivacyGuides/comments/rxf02a/theanonymousjoker_false_privacy_prophet/ This is one of key GrapheneOS community members doing it, and r/PrivacyGuides has the same moderation team as r/privacytoolsio before, and the main moderator of r/privacy is also same. Has anyone seen this kind of behaviour in overall privacy community? Edit: https://ghostarchive.org/archive/ttkkU reddit post archived

Linux is now just a shell, and GNU a bunch of Qt programs. Steam is the real deal.

I will interject for a moment to say that what you are referring to as GNU/Linux, is now GNU/Steam/Linux. Steam is an integral part of Linux that allows games and other non native applications to be ran natively without virtualisation.

If your suggestion is on the lines of a 4Chan thread style imageboard, then we already have the chat toggle when we use web browser for Lemmy. Not a bad idea, it does give Lemmy a different character altogether, and it can create opportunities for both reddit and 4Chan style users.

The chat toggle pretty much acts like this. However the issue is that there are also multiple posts, and what you are describing is a 4Chan style imageboard, but instead there is only one thread on the board. Kinda weird when you think of it becoming like a YouTube live chat, where the witty spammers and trolls are kings.

Downloading a user should be a helpful feature too.

Unrelated, but someone should also try a Lemmy comment archiver like one of those services for reddit.

Firefox Suggest (search bar suggestions) is offline by default (proof inside)
https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1727907 'Offline' is currently the default which is explained in the [source code](https://searchfox.org/mozilla-central/rev/d488f68d845a87cc107612b667951152c34fb116/browser/components/urlbar/UrlbarPrefs.jsm#543): "This is the scenario for the "offline" rollout. Firefox Suggest suggestions are enabled by default. Search strings and matching keywords are not included in related telemetry. The onboarding dialog is not shown." Switching to 'online' would trigger a dialog that comes up when you start the browser. Only clicking 'Allow suggestions' on the dialog would opt you into the search query collection.