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I highly doubt that the server seizure would coincide with the pleroma update I did like an hour before that happened?
you guys dont write elixir this brutal right

why is this still considered a running instance

not like i know what everyone is talking about now LMAO

also gonna be quite another effort to install it all again, and import the emoji and stuff. probably might put it off a lot

error (Unable to reboot the server.)

thats the only thing i feel bummed out about

poor hicham didnt have a single fedi alt

Failed to open /dev/initctl: No such device or address
Failed to talk to init daemon.

-bash: /usr/bin/top: Input/output error

something really awful is happening over at my instance scaleway box

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s-so how do i properly merge the config file without completely exploding git and stuff

think i just broke config.exs whats good niu

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Naked lolis are outright banned in our rules.
Not like anyone is posting them in that thread but since everyone is paranoid, here's an admin reminder I guess.

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the message scoping issue was that instead of implementing a separate endpoint for scoped messages, Eugen tacked it on an endpoint for public messages, which meant the failure state of GS instances not understanding scoping was to make private messages public. This made all existing GS instances the "bad guy" for ignoring scoping.

Another decision that made GS the bad guy was the initial resistance to separating out local from federated timelines, which led to a shitload of mastodon people thinking they were being invaded by GS people. We literally could not get out of Mastodon people's faces if we wanted to, because of Mastodon's design. Not seeing the boundaries between servers didn't change the fact that some people were just assholes, but at least separating them reduced perceived turf wars. The NIMBY effect was in part because of this too.

The last thing I'll mention is that the "new" GS servers when they showed up got into conflict with most of the existing GS servers. Those servers banned people, silenced and sandboxed users on remote instances. Once those boundaries were set, relations between the servers cooled down into a live and let live attitude. Many Mastodon servers have been far more aggressive, engaging in organized slander campaigns against servers and individuals.

This note is in response to Trev's note, which I mostly agree with and consider my perception of events above supplementary to.
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