[-] HybridSarcasm 2 points 3 days ago

I imagine this would be up to the application. What you’re describing would been seen by the OS as the device becoming unavailable. That won’t really affect the OS. But, it could cause problems with the drivers and/or applications that are expecting the device to be available. The effect could range from “hm, the GPU isn’t responding, oh well” to a kernel panic.

[-] HybridSarcasm 1 points 3 days ago

Curious how this is distinct from SimpleX.

[-] HybridSarcasm -5 points 6 days ago* (last edited 6 days ago)

Red Hat (RHEL) is not based on any other distro, like Ubuntu is with Debian. RHEL is downstream of Fedora, meaning that RHEL developers can work on code that affects Fedora AND RHEL. This is not really true of Debian and Ubuntu. They are distinct projects with different goals. In many ways, Ubuntu is beholden to what Debian does. This isn’t usually a problem because Debian is very conservative in its approach to software. Ubuntu doesn’t usually have to worry about Debian screwing with something Ubuntu is trying to do.

Which, is all to say that there is no other distribution you can officially equate to RHEL like you can with Debian & Ubuntu.

[-] HybridSarcasm 4 points 1 week ago

Boy, I am out of the loop. When did Mox take the IWGP title?!

[-] HybridSarcasm 8 points 1 week ago

He’s not wrong. Injured/Absent Punk is the best Punk.

[-] HybridSarcasm 23 points 1 week ago

Is this driver advocating to prevent the extinction of manual transmission vehicles, or are we to preserve product documentation ?

[-] HybridSarcasm 5 points 1 week ago

It’s always entertaining for me. I think that speaks more to the performances of Ryan Gosling, Steve Carrell, and Brad Pitt more than the movie itself. But, the way it presents the facts of the collapse is also a little unique and fun.

[-] HybridSarcasm 5 points 1 week ago

I don’t get it

[-] HybridSarcasm 3 points 1 week ago

She’s soooo WWE-bound.

[-] HybridSarcasm 3 points 1 week ago

All these guys look better as normal people. This guy could own any room he enters.

[-] HybridSarcasm 0 points 2 weeks ago* (last edited 2 weeks ago)

I still use the label 'homelab' for everything in my house, including the production services. It's just a convenient term and not something I've seen anyone split hairs about until now.

if nothing on it is permanent. You can have a home lab where the things you’re testing are self hosted apps. But if the server in question is meant to be permanent, like if you’re backing up the data on it, or you’ve got it on a UPS you make sure it stays available, or you would be upset if somebody came by and accidentally unplugged it during the day, it’s not a home lab.

A home lab is an unimportant, transient environment me

[-] HybridSarcasm 3 points 2 weeks ago

We didn’t bother with the fancy restaurant packages or the overpriced excursions. We had a great time with all the free amenities.

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submitted 11 months ago* (last edited 11 months ago) by HybridSarcasm to c/moderators

cross-posted from: https://lemmy.world/post/1147109

As is stated in the title, I created and moderated [email protected]. According to the modlog, this community was removed 10 days ago. The modlog doesn't show me who removed the community. I understand the community wouldn't necessarily be everyone's cup of tea, but the actions taken seem improper.

EDIT

After making my case via email to [email protected], I received the following response:

"We would rather not have a prolife community on our instance. We were getting a lot of reports about it and we have enough on our plate. I'm sure you can find an instance that better suits your needs."

This community was incredibly small (19 subscribers), had less than 10 postings, and had several waves of trollings. Yet, the admins of lemmy.world would rather do away with this community than bother to review if it has broken any rules or is the target of trolling/bullying. I take nothing away from the right to run their instance as they see fit. Perhaps the Code of Conduct should also explicitly state "we reserve the right to do anything we want, regardless of any published rules".

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submitted 11 months ago* (last edited 11 months ago) by HybridSarcasm to c/support

As is stated in the title, I created and moderated [email protected]. According to the modlog, this community was removed 10 days ago. The modlog doesn't show me who removed the community. I understand the community wouldn't necessarily be everyone's cup of tea, but the actions taken seem improper.

EDIT

After making my case via email to [email protected], I received the following response:

"We would rather not have a prolife community on our instance. We were getting a lot of reports about it and we have enough on our plate. I'm sure you can find an instance that better suits your needs."

This community was incredibly small (19 subscribers), had less than 10 postings, and had several waves of trollings. Yet, the admins of lemmy.world would rather do away with this community than bother to review if it has broken any rules or is the target of trolling/bullying. I take nothing away from the right to run their instance as they see fit. Perhaps the Code of Conduct should also explicitly state "we reserve the right to do anything we want, regardless of any published rules".

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