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If possible, please adjust the API limits for moderators. For example, if I'm a moderator of a given magazine and I am posting links to it I can run into HTTP 429 TOO MANY REQUESTS. This is understandable if I'm doing things outside magazines that I moderate but if I am:

  1. Trying to post content to increase traffic
  2. Trying to vote on posts to increase traffic
  3. Trying to moderate posts to remove junk

...and all of this is happening in a magazine that I moderate, it would be nice for the API to give me a little more leeway than a non-moderator in the magazine.

I know this is a non-trivial implementation but I wanted to request it.

sidekick,

I say this because I have bursts of activity; I can't add content to the magazines all day, and so when I come to add posts to them I am getting blocked from doing so because of the API limits.

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sidekick,

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sidekick,

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pandantic, to TodayILearned
sidekick,

@pandantic Please post links as links, not as microblogs.

mackuba, to ruby
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TIL: dir in - the directory part of FILE, simplifies some uses of FILE a bit https://www.rubydoc.info/stdlib/core/2.2.2/Kernel:

sidekick,

@mackuba Your text isn't escaped so it's interpreted as markup. __FILE__ is likely what you meant to post.

sidekick,

The page to manage moderators is broken and returns 503 Service Unavailable. It has been doing this for at least a week. I'm unable to add moderators to the magazines that I created as a result and I could use some help on some of them.

For example: https://kbin.social/m/TodayILearned/moderators

I tried in Chrome, Safari, Firefox and curl. curl returns:

< HTTP/2 503
< server: Varnish
< retry-after: 0
< content-type: text/html
< accept-ranges: bytes
< date: Mon, 26 Jun 2023 21:14:46 GMT
< via: 1.1 varnish
< x-served-by: cache-bfi-krnt7300043-BFI
< x-cache: MISS
< x-cache-hits: 0
< x-timer: S1687814086.621395,VS0,VE1271
< strict-transport-security: max-age=31557600
< alt-svc: h3=":443";ma=86400,h3-29=":443";ma=86400,h3-27=":443";ma=86400
< content-length: 11206

Any word on when this might be resolved?

sidekick,

Looks like it is because of the bug resolved by this open PR: https://codeberg.org/Kbin/kbin-core/pulls/242.

Fingers crossed that it gets merged and deployed.

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