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jake,

That was Bungie. Would be great though.

jake,

That was Bungie. Would be great though.

Is there a better way to hide NSFW content on all/active than checking the "hide adult content" box?

I've checked the box but now that it's blocking properly marked porn, my /active feed is being inundated with what feels like a hundred different "furry" communities and magazines. I'm blocking them as they come up because I'm not into that shit at all but is there an additional filter I can add or is that maybe something that...

jake,

Go to this page and block the domain. It seems to be the instance that all the offending posts are coming from, at least this morning.

https://kbin.social/d/yiffit.net

jake,

Yeah but I don't know if there's anywhere it's made clear. Unless I'm mistaken, you just kind of have to know about the /d/ url.

jake,

I bounced back and forth between several lemmy instances and kbin.social. I feel like I gave them all a fair shot. I ended up sticking with kbin because I like the interface better, and it integrates with the fediverse better (microblog/mastodon integration). It is younger though, so it still has some more growing pains to go through, but the developer is very active, so I'm confident it'll get there. Ultimately, it will have a much more robust feature set than lemmy, and I still won't miss out on anything posted in a lemmy instance.

jake,

I just wish I would have given myself a capital J. Oh well.

Is there a website where you can paste a $pot1fy playlist and download all the tracks in decent quality?

I am looking to save all the music I like on hardisks due to the recent closure of rarbg which was a wake up call "unless you save it you don't own it". So if anyone knows a way to download playlists instead of each single song I will be thankful!

jake,

You can set up lidarr to monitor a spotify playlist I believe if you're comfortable with the *arr stuff.

jake,

Wasn't the plan always to charge for the PvE content?

jake,

I have accounts on like 5 different Lemmy instances, as well as kbin.social and fedia.io. Mostly using the main kbin instance though. I like it the most.

jake,

I worry about how this is going to get handled. There are going to be a lot of people looking to check out Lemmy, and this could be a true pivotal moment for the platform. Like it or not, Beehaw is one of the instances that lots of people have been hearing about, and so you're going to play a part in that pivotal moment. Not allowing people to participate could drive them away. It's a tough situation. I don't envy you.

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