OFFICIAL ANNOUNCEMENT: extremist Twitter clone Gab has announced they will base future versions on a fork of Mastodon and attempt to federate with other Mastodon instances. Gab will always be BLOCKED from https://thebigeasy.life. Feel free to ask if you have any questions.
OFFICIAL ANNOUNCEMENT: extremist Twitter clone Gab has announced they will base future versions on a fork of Mastodon and attempt to federate with other Mastodon instances. Gab will always be BLOCKED from http://thebigeasy.life. Feel free to ask if you have any questions.
Weekly reminder to domain-block *.hatthieves.es unless you want everyone on your server to be follow-spammed and harvested by a blackhat.
American magazine Harper’s publishes “Who Goes Nazi?” by Dorothy Thompson, asking who would collaborate in a Fascist takeover of the USA. “It’s an amusing game. Try it at the next big party you go to.” https://harpers.org/archive/1941/08/who-goes-nazi/
uspol, Nazis, concentration/death camps
The death rates caused by flu in these camps is already 9 times the death rates caused by flu in the rest of the USA.
And since our healthcare system is the worst in the world outside of the countries we're busy destroying, that's really saying something.
Nine times some of the highest mortality rates in the world is intentional. There is no excuse and heads need to start rolling now or else we're complicit in this genocide.
So, entire CARS have been found blocking the New Orleans drainage system.
I'm pleased to announce the v1.0.0 release of Hometown, my Mastodon fork! It's up to date with Mastodon v2.9.3, and unique features include:
- Local only posting
- Full support for rendering incoming `Article` posts from federated blogs like Write.As
- "Exclusive" lists that let you follow someone without clogging up your home timeline
For more info, including rationale for each new feature, check out our wiki:
And the release itself is here:
Sidney Bechet time.
Software engineer, raconteur, the monkey in the wrench, the pain in the ass. New Orleans.
A Mastodon instance for New Orleans residents, ex-pats and (respectful) visitors and fans.