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[-] mac 37 points 2 weeks ago

Rather than usual sails these are solid and foldable and act more like plane wings

[-] mac 23 points 1 month ago* (last edited 1 month ago)

Tried looking. According to one of the users who posted it its by 0x00 whos the person who made floor 796. All things I can find relating to them are floor 796 related though and can't find where this was originally posted

Heres floor 796 though if anyones interested https://floor796.com

[-] mac 32 points 1 month ago

For self hosting there's also Forgejo which is a fork of Gitea

Thats what Codeberg uses

[-] mac 39 points 2 months ago

Its a link aggregator, links get aggregated

Theres a bunch of original content if you look at the right communities. For example [email protected]

[-] mac 52 points 2 months ago

Reason hasnt been given. Theres this message from the discord

[-] mac 24 points 2 months ago* (last edited 2 months ago)

In the past imgbb was used to post CSAM to some communities so some instances remove links to images hosted on it (or I guess ban the user in the instance you were on)

Edit: seems like that was lemmy.world, reach out to their community team and ask to be unbanned if you want your account unbanned, seems like they did that for someone else in the past

[-] mac 20 points 2 months ago* (last edited 2 months ago)

Instances are the ones hosting the data on their servers + things not having mods can devolve very quickly with things like the nazi bar problem or the scam links that have been getting posted and removed in some communities. This is a different thing than whats in the post though, the post is talking about all communities needing to be fetched manually the first time theyre viewed

[-] mac 22 points 4 months ago* (last edited 4 months ago)

who needs modulo when you can get less characters out of

while (number > 1) {
  number -= 2;
}
return number;

very efficient

edit: or theres the trusty iseven api

[-] mac 118 points 4 months ago

Triggered due to incorrect handling of LaTeX. Original answer on the page was 10^80 which ended up getting the exponentiation ignored by google

[-] mac 63 points 4 months ago* (last edited 4 months ago)

searching across all of github was made to be logged in then

repository level searching though is relatively recent. Heres the blog post about the change dated in June this year https://github.blog/changelog/2023-06-07-code-search-now-requires-login/

This comment by an employee in the thread also calls out it was in 2023 and links to the blog post

[-] mac 19 points 5 months ago* (last edited 5 months ago)

Image Transcription: Meme


[An image of King Charles III stealing a wheel from a wheelchair. A person on the wheelchair is angry. They are labeled as such:]

King Charles: Windows Update
Wheel being stolen: UEFI Boot partition
Person on wheelchair: Linux


I am a human volunteer who transcribes posts to improve accessibility on programming.dev and you could be one too! [email protected]

[-] mac 40 points 7 months ago* (last edited 7 months ago)

They removed charging again for deleting and reinstalling but are still charging for installing on a different device. So they just realized that there's no way to enforce the former without people abusing it

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