When I first joined Kbin I posted threads due to being a reddit refugee but have started posting microblogs as time went on. I have also noticed some magazines have more threads while others have more microblog posts. For example kbinmeta has more threads while the most active magazine I moderate has mostly microblogs.
What rules does kbin have? Like, for posting content.
I tried to google info but didn't find anything.
I have a magazine that concerns morbid curiosity so I'm wondering, where's the line 🤔 (The magazine is K18 already)
Hi @maegul, I just wanted to let you know. It's not perfect yet, but it's something I'll be working on in the coming months after the first release. Thanks for pointing it out, it's a relatively simple change, but it makes a significant difference in the overall experience.
Is there any way to search or filter the abandoned magazines list?
How do you crosspost (in kbin.social)?
What are badges?
I see a mention of them in magazine options.
I notice myself constantly thinking about the (more silent) magazines I have subscribed to and how they are faring.
I know that I find the magazines I have subscribed to through my profile and the subscriptions. But for reasons I cannot materialize to words that feels like a convoluted way to approach these magazines.
I'm not so sure what I'm trying to say - I guess I just hope there was a view equivalent to https://kbin.social/magazines that showed only the ones I have subscribed to (maybe there could be an option, a box you could tick?) and maybe showing the last time someone created any kind of activity within a magazine?
How does one embed a GIF so it shows in a comment without clicking any links?
Test 3: I tried to add it as a picture as a file from the computer but editing this comment doesn't add it.
Would it be of interest for someone to set up an /m/abandonedcommunities or /m/findamod or even some /m/revivedcommunities magazine to act as a megaphone for revived communities of interest, or to bring attention to unused communities? I know there's abandoned list but it's effectively a big wall of communities.
Would it be acceptable in kbin etiquette to add a tag in at least one thread in a magazine I created, and when talking about stuff in other places that touch the same topic, I use the same tag there as well to "promote" the existence of the magazine?
How do I add an image to a magazine so it's visible without clicking (image) links?
Didn't find info about it when searching.
So many magazines that were created by default as a result only have 1 moderator: Ernest.
While this is the case, anyone is free to post whatever the hell they want no matter how unrelated or low quality. This is what has prevented me from coming back daily.
I have been following @milwaukee and @wisconsin from kbin.social and I noticed that starting around a week ago or so, I can post to the communities but new posts and comments don't make it from midwest.social to kbin.social. Is there a federation issue? Was something recently broken?
can't even post a thread in this magazine.
So my question: are we going to be defederating instances that don't crack down on users supporting and advocating terrorism?
yeah kbin is definitely more suited to being used on desktop lol.
kbin is lowkey kinda complicated lol
there's so many different kinds of posts, microblogging, threads, etc.
lowkey a bit overwhelming.
Can we PLEASE make the top bar be customizable already? Or at least filter NSFW by default? It's a really bad look whenever I open this and "jailbait" is at the top of my screen almost every time.
Is auto media preview not working for anyone else? It hasn’t been working for me for weeks.
alt texts from pixelfed are being displayed on kbin (kbin supports alt text, but it's rarely visible) > in this case, alt texts come with another bug: you can see the first image attached to the post, whereas the alt texts displayed belong to image 2 and 3 > see the original post here: https://pixelfed.social/p/irfan/611155684845967802