Something like this exists for peertube already, I didn’t look at their code but one might be able to fork it to work with other platforms.
I know that the UI isn’t as appealing as Discord, but Mumble is a decent option if you host your own server or trust the host. (Not e2ee but it’s clients server encrypted. Claimed reason)
I couldn’t really get it from the link, but IMO It depends how well it can distinguish human characteristics. If one can roughly illustrate a person based on that info, it’s REALLY bad news. If you only get boolean result from it about something being at an area, it’s not as bad.
Edit: nvm, we are fucked
Bro, chill out. Wasn’t it easier just to answer the question and give facts that he couldn’t disproof? Also, like @Helix@feddit.de said, you made so many assumptions based of absolutely nothing. That’s maybe how Facebook works, but don’t bring it here please.
I can’t bring myself to support Razer after their poor QC on their Kraken headset series. AFAIK their kraken headsets has this issue to this day.
BTW, I never heard about that double clicking thing with Logitech before and my Logitech mouses survive years of abuse without an issue, so I stick by their side when needed.
This article feels so generic. Where’s the info about instances (except briefly mention it, and not even directly)? Where the info about ActivityHub and the ability of using different platforms in the fediverse (even if it’s not full compatible with each other) from your account at a specific platform in the fediverse? It’s just missing key features that should be introduced when presenting the goodness of the fediverse.
I’m still glad Fedi gets more attention tho.
You mean, https://community.limesurvey.org/ .The link you posted is for their propriety, cloud product.
Edit: BTW, if you do use ff, use Mull
Peertube has a meta search engine that searchs a lot of instances together. I wish Lemmy had it too
Peertube has a meta search engine that searchs a lot of instances together. I wish Lemmy had it too.
For me, the biggest turndown is the way they handle metadata
IDK about how the big tech corps takes adventage of it, but in general I think that’s an important concept. Here’s an example why:
Let’s say you developed a website that charge some money for a service, obviously you developed a server side and a client side. While the user have access to the client side, he can’t even reach the server side files. If someone would’ve steal your server side files and share them online, no one will use your service, that you worked hard on inventing it and implement it, any more. That’s a theft, and copyrights laws are suppose to help us make sure it’s illegal to do so.
@firstname.lastname@example.org thank you both for the answers!