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It is part of the ActivityPub-powered Fediverse, so you can follow PixelFed accounts from Mastodon etc. For example: @earth

You can follow the project's latest news at @pixelfed

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#Berkeley ALERT

Proud Boys and fascists are now at Eureka! in downtown Berkeley on Center Sreet. Call 510-809-8282 to ask them why they are serving a violent hate group.

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Yo what's your instance dog? Gimme your @ bro we should federate you seem chill as fuck dude.

Very useful mapping of shadowy (and wealthy) anti-immigrant groups and their deep ties to white supremacist groups. At the center are two names that need to be household ones: John Tanton and FAIR. washingtonpost.com/outlook/201

You ever have someone wash dishes at your house, and then later you have to re-wash them?

If you like the art timeline on #Fedilab don't forget that you can create your custom ones.
Just pin a tag timeline, then you can combine more tags (or exclude tags) for results. Then just check "media only". By default NSFW media are hidden, but you can enable them.


Thanks for all your help, but I'm just not getting it. I feel like I did everything. I set the host/port in ssh config. I can ssh to the vps from my home server ('ssh vpshostname' is the only way it works, not with IP address for some reason). I setup ssh keys, though I am mystified about how/why they work sometimes and not others. I reloaded the services as per the autossh instructions. Certbot is still sending letsencrypt my home IP.

Also, I do have SSH on a different port on my VPS. Where do I put the -p argument? The autossh manpage doesn't mention it at all.

You have to pretend you don't understand any of this stuff :p. So the second -R rule... Does that append on the same line (duplicate everything after -R, changing ports)? Or do I duplicate the whole line? Do I make a second config file?

If I can't get this to work, can I just delete this file, and systemctl daemon-reload to put my server back to normal?

I'm assuming by Captain Trips, you mean Stephen King's flu strain, and not that Jerry Garcia comes back and jams us into another realm of existence. Otherwise, I'm changing my answer!

So I'm having trouble understanding this stuff. In the autossh config, is <remote port> the remote ssh port (ie, 22), or is it 80? If it's 80, do I need another rule for 443? And then for <local port>, also is it 22 or 80/443? I wish I knew someone here who could physically sit with me and show me how this stuff works :\

Pixelfed will be a year old in a few days.

I'm a high school dropout that has never taken any CS or computer classes.

Web development is just a hobby of mine, I work in the auto industry.

I'm so proud of this project, I never would have imagined that I could make something like this.

Thank you for helping me realize credentialism isn't so important as you think. ❤️ :pixelfed:

While I'm thinking of it... It would be nice to keep a toot within view while composing a reply to it. Sometimes it's hard to remember multiple points you need to address :)

I'm actually having a hard time finding a vps with a static IP that's in my budget (</=$5/mo). I definitely need a static IP on the VPS right? Also, is there any reason for the vps to be more powerful (CPU/ram) than my actual server? I'm hosting on an old atom netbook (eeepc).

Want to ship the new pixelfed.org on May 17th, exactly one year from when it was launched! I can't wait to share the url instead of screenshots 😁 #pixelfed

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