[-] Asudox 2 points 5 hours ago
[-] Asudox 10 points 7 hours ago

"I love masturbating to porn with my bro"

[-] Asudox 11 points 7 hours ago* (last edited 7 hours ago)

So what's the benefit of it being transparent?

[-] Asudox 1 points 8 hours ago

You're overthinking it. I just took a screenshot and cropped it.

[-] Asudox 6 points 18 hours ago
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[-] Asudox 1 points 23 hours ago

The webserver performance is not my main concern. It's the speed of the algorithm.

[-] Asudox 5 points 23 hours ago* (last edited 23 hours ago)

The most I read and hear is "you're a hacker". And I get labeled as the computer nerd alot in school.

[-] Asudox 4 points 1 day ago

I guess benchmarking seems to be the most reliable answer to my question.

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submitted 1 day ago* (last edited 18 hours ago) by Asudox to c/[email protected]

So I want to make a new project. It will have a website and an algorithm which will handle the requests. The thing is, web development in Rust feels harder than say in Go or Python. So I thought maybe I could somehow make bindings in Rust for Go since the faster the algorithm is, the better. However, that seems to complicate stuff as well. So do you think I should just rewrite the current algorithm in Go? Is it fast enough for it to not be a noticeable difference?

Edit: Thanks for the suggestions and advice! I decided to go with Rust for the website with Axum and the algorithm as well.

[-] Asudox 4 points 1 day ago

I also remember seeing an app that scraped the reddit website instead of using the API.

[-] Asudox 4 points 1 day ago* (last edited 1 day ago)

Well yeah. That's what I also miss in Lemmy. Niche communities won't be a thing anytime soon if Lemmy doesn't get a little popular. Though you definitely can find communities that are interesting and aren't just political stuff. Or just take a break from Lemmy. After all, Lemmy is just another Reddit with federation.

I honestly would go back to Reddit if the third party apps were not killed by their API change, I really miss niche communities. My only choice now is to either stay with Lemmy and wait till it (if ever) gets popular or just use Reddit in the browser with uBlock Origin.

[-] Asudox 14 points 1 day ago* (last edited 1 day ago)

Seems like you like to roam around in news communities where political news are pretty much common. So I would not be suprised if lemmy seems like what you mentioned in your text in your perspective. Try joining more "fun" communities and leave the news communities.

While I do think this is a legit question, it's not smart to call the entire lemmy fediverse bad just because the news communities' people were like that.

[-] Asudox 5 points 1 day ago

seriously, don't use the ddg browser, it sucks ass. just get firefox and install ublock origin.

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I visit 4chan several times a day, though I use Lemmy more.

Edit: I now only visit it a few times a month.

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cross-posted from: https://lemmy.world/post/11440349

I made this bot so that users who want to provide a quick summary of the wikipedia article they linked to in their comment can do so just by including a mention of the bot in their comment, and the bot will reply to the comment with the summary.

Currently multiple wikipedia links are not supported.

bot: https://lemmy.world/u/wikibot

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I made this bot so that users who want to provide a quick summary of the wikipedia article they linked to in their comment can do so just by including a mention of the bot in their comment, and the bot will reply to the comment with the summary.

Currently multiple wikipedia links are not supported.

bot: https://lemmy.world/u/wikibot

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submitted 1 month ago* (last edited 1 month ago) by Asudox to c/youshouldknow

This is a pretty neat feature which is unknown for some reason. For example, in the Lemmy frontend, you can "speak as mod" which basically distinguishes your comment from others. It highlights it, pins it to the top of the comment section and also adds a red shield next to your username.

Try it by commenting in a post as mod, click on the three dots on your comment and click on the shield on the right.

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is jerboa going to have better markdown support? For example, superscript and subscript markdown does not work.

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