• Who wants to arm wrestle?
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  • Wow that was the dumbest decision I ever seen
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  • well this is freaking cool. i know a bug i'd like to work on (described in my comment here: https://ieddit.com/i/ieddit/11284/voting_bug_should_be_fixed/).

    this weekend will clone the repo and give it a try. :)
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  • nice.

    got a new bug report.

    if someone posts something to a sub, the "total users" on the stats page for the sub gets incremented.

    example: the i/country sub has exactly one user (me), and one post so far.

    the stats were "total users: 1, total posts: 1".

    just created a new post, rechecked stats, and both those numbers incremented by one.
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  • detest bothering you to ask "for things," but cannot help but wish that the default was to create a post as non-mod post.

    reasoning:
    • primarily want to interact with own subs and post to own subs simply as a member, but have deleted posts in the past because had accidentally left it set as a mod post.

    • when necessary to express some sub moderator sentiment, then would like to be able to click the necessary option to make it so.


    in any case, very nice work!
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  • def looks like a man who does a fair amount of drugs lmao
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  • example, posts by somebody else, deleted by me
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  • example, deleted by me, posted by me
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  • test
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  • Thanks mayne. Trying to put as much time in as possible before my 9-5 starts.
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  • absolutely
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  • Do you think we need to differentiate     [deleted] (user deleted) and     [removed] (mod/admin deleted) like Reddit? For transparency purpose the modlog should be enough but it's more convenient that way.
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  • i'll keep track of everything which needs to be done through github issues, if you would like to see ongoing progress, starting saturday, you can find it here https://github.com/orgs/civicsoft/projects/1
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  • i think you got the order wrong friend :)
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  • The Justice Department has charged two former Twitter employees with spying for Saudi Arabia in a case that raises concerns about the ability of Silicon Valley to protect the private information of dissidents and other users from repressive governments.

    The charges, unveiled Wednesday in San Francisco, came a day after the arrest of one of the former Twitter employees, Ahmad Abouammo, a U.S. citizen who is alleged to have spied on the accounts of three users — including one whose posts discussed the inner workings of the Saudi leadership — on behalf of the government in Riyadh.

    Ahmad Abouammo, a U.S. citizen
    Ali Alzabarah, a Saudi citizen
    audi citizen Ahmed Almutairi
    Alzabarah and Almutairi are believed to be in Saudi Arabia
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