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    • 🌴 𝓣𝓸𝓾𝓻𝓲𝓼𝓽
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      2711 months ago

      I actually like the idea of a lot of the bigger subs getting their own instances. Makes it easier to organize different topics than the flair by just creating separate communities.

      • mintiefresh
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        2011 months ago

        Yeah, I like this idea a lot. Just like programming.dev having a bunch of programming related communities.

        Also, it’s a bit nice (imo) to not have EVERY community on Lemmy.world.

        In any case, I will just follow both.

        • 🌴 𝓣𝓸𝓾𝓻𝓲𝓼𝓽
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          711 months ago

          IMHO, Lemmy.world is better for like general discussion communities such as memes, TIL, AMA, earthpics, etc. Anything on that instance will always be “general”. Like, [email protected] would be for like general news and updates but [email protected] (not a real instance but just as an example) could be all about art and culture.

          • @Darkm0d
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            111 months ago

            This has finally made all of this make a bit more sense with the way that’s worded. I’m still not sure if I’m doing everything right. If the Portland community I see on the instance I’m on is the right one or the o oy one or what the hell. 😂😅

    • @slinky317
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      1811 months ago

      Yeah, I feel like they’re a little late to the party. They should have had this ready to go once they decided they were going to prolong their protest.

      • @[email protected]
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        611 months ago

        Yeah but… It just feels weird that the Reddit mods came blasting here as if they were the true Android representatives from Google.