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Cake day: Nov 01, 2021


Let's improve PeerTube - Help us define PeerTube's future roadmap
cross-posted from: https://feddit.de/post/294607 > corresponding blogpost: https://joinpeertube.org/en/news#ideas-jpt

Let's improve PeerTube - Help us define PeerTube's future roadmap
corresponding blogpost: https://joinpeertube.org/en/news#ideas-jpt

Digging basements is really expensive!

What are your feeling concerning Lemmy today?
I like it a lot. I come here often, it's a good addition to my reddit use, it has some nice people and some interesting content. I love that it is decentralized, which means that there will always be a server without ads, tracking or bad governance. Also it feels like being part of Lemmy is being part of something new and novel. The idea of decentralizing services online, away from corporate silos, should be resurrected.



They will be freed from the eternal greed that will always cloud the judgement of big corporations. I don't even think there's a lot wrong with this advertising, but there is a lot wrong with having this advertising while not allowing content creators more leeway.

digital voting has major drawbacks over traditional voting.

cross-posted from: https://feddit.de/post/239921 > Straight out of the fascist playbook.

I don’t think that’s possible, but you could just commit to using one instance?

Great question, keeping up with what is political correct is very difficult and it’s easy to get cancelled.

It’s not really though. As long as you’re open to understand a good argument against a habit that you learned earlier and you’re a respectful person, you shouldn’t have a problem.

How much could a banana cost? $20?

Hey these apps are still new! I have always been the using lemmy through the mobile browser, and it works flawlessly!

That’s weird as hell I’d like to see a follow up on that. What could be the reason?

It’s a very old machine, often used by enthusiasts, the chances are high that it has gotten upgrades before, no?

The computer might already have an SSD. Do you know how to check?

First make sure that you got compatible memory! Also you could try to find used modules, they are available on craiglist and similar sites.

Learning always is a good idea.

You have two ram slots only. You could do 8 and 4gb but that’s not advised. Better use same amount and also same frequency etc. Did you check out the ifixit link?

I was wrong, it’s even easier than I thought. Here is a step-by-step manual if you like: https://www.ifixit.com/Guide/Lenovo+ThinkPad+X220+RAM+Replacement/71889

If you have a little bit of skill with a screw driver and basic electronics it’s a good idea. I think it fits two ram sticks, so you could buy two 8gb ones. Or you could buy a second 4gb one for very cheap and end up with 8gb, which is fine still anyways.

Wait what do you do with it on a raspberry pi?