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submitted 6 months ago* (last edited 6 months ago) by rist097@lemmy.world to c/fediverse@lemmy.ml

I am looking to change my instance since many defederation and censorship decisions on lemmy.world.

Anyone knows of any instance that has a rule against defederation and is more free speech oriented. Of course I am looking for an instance that forbids illegal content like CP. But I want an instance that does not censor hate speech!

The instance should be hopefully federated with mostly everyone, unless defederated because of CP. I was considering lemm.ee, but I saw a comment from an admin saying that they could consider defederation if certain propaganda reaches front page.

Before anyone accuses me of anything, I just want to be exposed to different viewpoints, and I am not offended so easily, so I can tolerate offensive content. What is important is that the rules on defederation dont change in the future.

[-] rist097@lemmy.world 21 points 7 months ago

After long periods of not using GUIs, I found myself very confused every time I want to do something. I was trying to insert a code block into Power Point yesterday, took me half an hour of googling and didn't manage to do it. With Latex, I googled and in 2 minutes I had a code block.

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submitted 7 months ago by rist097@lemmy.world to c/riscv@lemmy.world
[-] rist097@lemmy.world 5 points 7 months ago

They had to do it, but this is the downside using a git server hosted in non neutral country. You never know when USA will decide to impose sanctions on a country for whatever reason.

It is one of the reasons many European companies do not use Github, as it is USA based.

[-] rist097@lemmy.world 2 points 7 months ago

Thanks. There is also a Gitlab issue requesting this feature, which I am tracking.

It needs to reach a polished state before organizations and university adapt it. So something like what you linked probably wont fly.

[-] rist097@lemmy.world 18 points 7 months ago

Advantage of Github over Gitlab is code discoverability. My organization hosts Gitlab instance but I would still rather host my open source project on Github instead, because its impossible to collaborate on Gitlab with external users who dont have an account on our instance.

Once there is a federation feature similar to Lemmy, I would be happy to host everything there.

[-] rist097@lemmy.world 3 points 8 months ago

Including corporations, that's why we are all on lemmy, is it not? 😉

[-] rist097@lemmy.world 3 points 8 months ago
[-] rist097@lemmy.world 4 points 8 months ago

The problem comes when you let the government decide what is "hate speech, racism, bigotry, fascism". It gives government too much power to control the opposition by censorship.

[-] rist097@lemmy.world 2 points 8 months ago

If france wants to ban american propaganda, I am sure no american will shed a tear lol

I strongly disagree. If they didn't care they wouldn't be buying media companies abroad.

Everyone agree that’s the state has authority over foreign bad actor speach. We are discussing here state censoring their own citizen’s peach which is highly problematic esp in so called “democracies”

Not everyone agrees. Allowing a government to decide who is a bad actor and ban the media is bad, that's how countries fall into dictatorships and create narrative for their citizens. Just look at nazi Germany.

[-] rist097@lemmy.world 2 points 8 months ago

Same could be said for USA. Because the person above mentioned China, Iran, North Korea blocking media for political reasons. I mentioned that EU countries are doing the same. We should not have double standards.

[-] rist097@lemmy.world 10 points 8 months ago

I have the most extensive list of Lemmy apps, you can include it in your welcome kit: https://lemmy.world/post/465785

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submitted 8 months ago by rist097@lemmy.world to c/riscv@lemmy.world
[-] rist097@lemmy.world 2 points 8 months ago

Supporting Biden and Clintons also makes you complicit in crimes they committed all over the world? I have nothing against that statement, but you should really keep the same standard for everyone and not be selective.

[-] rist097@lemmy.world 2 points 8 months ago

Allowing the community to exist is not the same as supporting what it stands for.

A lot of people including myself, do not really care about Donald Trump (not from USA), but just supports free speech in general.

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submitted 8 months ago* (last edited 8 months ago) by rist097@lemmy.world to c/newcommunities@lemmy.world

Join and take a look at the list of apps available: !lemmyapps@lemmy.world

https://lemmy.world/post/465785

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submitted 8 months ago by rist097@lemmy.world to c/riscv@lemmy.world
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submitted 8 months ago by rist097@lemmy.world to c/riscv@lemmy.world

Somebody made a list of RiscV SBCs

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