normalmighty

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normalmighty ,

That makes so much sense! I never understood it, and it became irrelevant before I worked it out.

normalmighty ,

A tip if you’re used to old reddit and use desktop, check out old.lemmy.world. It as a dark mode like reddit enhancement suite adds to old reddit, and everything is exactly where I expect it to be based on my reddit experience. Since you’re already using a lemmy.world account, it’ll just work for you straight away.

Oh and also, you’ll see that you can list things as “all,” “local,” or “subscribed.” You can pretty much ignore local, and use all or subscribed as your main page.

normalmighty ,

Thank you! Been here a month and a half and I still had no clue how to link communities lol

normalmighty ,

Honestly agreed. I hate that we don’t have a good open alternative to YT, but as long as you can afford it buying premium seems like a decent alternative.

normalmighty ,

If they’ve temporarily defedorated already then they won’t see you comment. Obviously this one isn’t nearly as drama-filled, but here’s the post about what being defederated means from when beehaw did it:

lemmy.world/post/149743

Ignoring the commentary parts, the technical explanation of what it means should still apply here.

normalmighty ,

My understanding is that they don’t have to handle all traffic from all instances, but rather all traffic that anyone in that instance interacts with. So if you made one for your own personal use, then requirements will only scale up with the number of instances you interact with.

It does seem like it’s going to be a big issue specific interfacing with the really large instances though. We’ll see how it goes.

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