Is there such a thing for lemmy? I’ve noticed some… Overzealous moderation on lemmy, which annoys me to no end. I want to read the comments naturally, and not just what the power mods (yes, they are here too) deem acceptable.

  • @SzethFriendOfNimi
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    4 months ago

    Won’t the activitypub have been synced to federated instances too?

      • @SzethFriendOfNimi
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        When another server (say kbin) is set to federate with another doesn’t it get the activity pub including the comments, changes, etc?

        If something was pulled before it was deleted they’d have it and, subsequently, the deletion record too. So wouldn’t the activitypub record include the content or am I misunderstanding how that works?

        Edit: like this

        https://seb.jambor.dev/posts/understanding-activitypub-part-2-lemmy/

        • @ThekingoflordaMA
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          Sorry, I don’t completely get what you mean with this sentence

          If something was pulled before it was deleted they’d have it and, subsequently, the deletion record too

          As far as I understand, removal by mods is federated and will thus be visible on all instances in the modlog. But not an expert by any means.

          • @SzethFriendOfNimi
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            Let’s say I post something at 1 am. And a federated server pulls it at 2 am.

            Then the other server has the content.

            Then it’s deleted at 3 am and that federated server pulls it again at 3:15

            Now the federated server no longer has it. Since it synced to match the first server.

            I was wondering if that’s how the ActivityPub worked.