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24 Jan 2021
@Eliot:matrix.orgAgate (she/her)Oh okay14:31:24
@Eliot:matrix.orgAgate (she/her)Thank you for the clarification14:31:33
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15:31:26
@arkhi:matrix.orgarkhiI always thought the chan logo seemed off, just to realise now the tail was not visible on dark themes. :)15:32:38
@arkhi:matrix.orgarkhiWhat is funk without a whale?15:33:17
@arkhi:matrix.orgarkhi* I always thought the chan logo seemed off, just to realise now the tail was not visible on dark themes. :)16:44:34
@cos:hacklab.ficos joined the room.21:42:17
@cos:hacklab.ficosHello, is there any instance search like mastodon has? As a new user it's difficult to pick an instance.21:43:02
@thndrbvr:matrix.orgthndrbvrThere's something on the main page that lists a dozen instances or so. What are you looking for in a community?23:56:01
25 Jan 2021
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@johnsdwf:matrix.orgjohnsdwfCan we have a feature request for custom playback speed? Like 0.5x, 1.35x, 1.5x, 2x, 2.5x or adjustable 05:01:04
@cos:hacklab.ficos thndrbvr: trusteble, ie run by some organization instead of individual, and proper rules.. for example is it ok to publish mixes of copyrighted tracks. The main page list just gives domain name and unusable description. 08:33:09
@thndrbvr:matrix.orgthndrbvrWhat do you mean "trustable"?08:34:16
@cos:hacklab.ficossomething that probably is online and maintained after 10 years08:35:00
@thndrbvr:matrix.orgthndrbvrI'm not sure what the difference is between individual and organization. An individual could dedicate as much time as a 3 person organization. Heh.08:35:14
@thndrbvr:matrix.orgthndrbvrUnderstandable.08:35:27
@akeemb:matrix.orgakeembImpossible to predict, but donating to your instance is probably the only way to ensure long term survival08:35:40
@thndrbvr:matrix.orgthndrbvr^08:35:52
@akeemb:matrix.orgakeembOr of course, hosting your own :)08:35:53
@cos:hacklab.ficosimpossible to predict reliably, but generally something with lot of users and a proper organization behind is more probably to survive than something run on a raspberry pi in someone's home08:37:41
@cos:hacklab.ficosthe same problem applies to all fediverse servers08:38:01
@jakobus.schuerz:schuerz.atjakobus.schuerz
In reply to @cos:hacklab.fi
impossible to predict reliably, but generally something with lot of users and a proper organization behind is more probably to survive than something run on a raspberry pi in someone's home
really? Look at so many google-services... good services... suddenly turned off over night. bye-bye... hundredthousands of users... but to less... bye-bye...
08:41:22
@cos:hacklab.ficosgoogle doesn't run fediverse instances, it's quite different08:42:09
@cos:hacklab.ficosi'd count for example kde, gnome, major hackerspaces, universities, linux/foss groups and such as reliable organizations08:43:39
@jakobus.schuerz:schuerz.atjakobus.schuerz
In reply to @cos:hacklab.fi
google doesn't run fediverse instances, it's quite different
i know. but running a service by a big commercial partner is not a guarantee for persistence... and how many services on home-hosted raspis are up longer than google-service? i would say A LOT MORE.
08:45:21
@Eliot:matrix.orgAgate (she/her)to be fair I've seen a lost of broken RPIs on Funkwhale support channels over the years because of a corrupted SD card so I wouldn't trust a pod running on this kind of setup ;)08:51:55
@Eliot:matrix.orgAgate (she/her) * to be fair I've seen a lost of broken RPIs on Funkwhale support channels over the years because of a corrupted SD card so I wouldn't trust a pod running on this kind of setup ;)08:52:03
@thndrbvr:matrix.orgthndrbvrYeahhh... RPis really aren't production/anything-other than personal use servers. Not when anything other than /boot is mounted on the SD card. A person would have to have proper backups and at any moment be ready to, or just regularly changes out the SD card.09:00:23
@elixx:matrix.drastical.net༼ຈل͜ຈ༽mp3.com... never forget11:39:02
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