• @stimmer
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    1 year ago

    Hello, I’m the creator of the lemmy.world community! It seems like y’all have a good thing going, and I support that! For some reason I see fewer threads and subscribers for the kbin magazine when i search for it on Lemmy. That’s why I thought we had more momentum there, but it seems like that activity here is thriving!

    If the mods here would like to take over the Lemmy instance for whatever reason, I’m happy to hand it over as well. :)

    • @mceplOP
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      21 year ago

      well, couldn’t we close one or refer readers to other?

      • SFaulken
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        21 year ago

        It’s the Fediverse. Part of the whole point of a distributed network is to decentralize things, so there is no “single point of failure”, the existence of c/opensuse on lemmy.world, or any other lemmy instance, or even m/openSUSE on any other kbin instance is perfectly fine. These are the early days of “reddit-like” federated services, and the interoperability will sort itself out in time.

        I’d personally like to see the communities on other servers commit to the same rules this one does, but it isn’t actually necessary, it’s just the very basic requirement to be considered “Official” Not that Official means much in the openSUSE Project. It’s just the nature of us.

        • @mceplOP
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          111 months ago

          Sure, both can live together, but http://www.islinuxaboutchoice.com/ … having one community is just more convenient for users and it hopefully help to create a viable place for all openSUSE users to hang on.

      • @stimmer
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        11 year ago

        Yes, we sure could. I’m just waiting to make sure that kbin is the direction we (including the kbin magazine mods) want to go vs Lemmy.

  • m4u
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    211 months ago

    I’m only here because Shawn pulled me and gave me a badge :P

  • Rhaedas
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    11 year ago

    Whichever one has the better posts and participation. Could be both of them. Crossposting is a thing, and perhaps eventually sharing things with similar groups will become automatic if that’s desired. That isn’t the first nor last subreddit move that’s had two or more places started here (“here” being very relative).

  • fr0g
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    11 year ago

    Obviously this one! :-)

    Fwiw the kbin one was created and thus I guess is admin’d by SFaulken who also maintains openSUSE Kalpa, a bunch of packages and is very active in the community. Dunno who made the other one

  • SFaulken
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    11 year ago

    The only thing that really makes this one “Official” is that I am applying the Code of Conduct here.

    The other two moderators are/were also moderators for r/openSUSE, and other communications channels.

    The lemmy.world community can be just as “Official” as this one, if they enforce the CoC.

    • @mceplOP
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      11 year ago

      Good enough for me. Let’s test lemmy/kbin compatibility!