Hi everyone! This is the thread to ask for the creation of a community or for the mod permissions of one already created. Now that we are still small I think it's better to not divide topics into too many communities, that's why I've set this limit :)
Don't be shy, everyone is accepted!
What other services would people be interested to have available via slrpnk.net?
Keeping in mind that it should not be too resource heavy on the server I was thinking of maybe a [Bookstack Wiki](https://www.bookstackapp.com/) for collaborative writing of fiction and non-fiction?
A XMPP chat service would also be easy to add.
Sadly Lemmy currently AFAIK offers no account integration options, so that will make things a bit annoying.
Hi everyone here on slrpnk.net
You probably know me from moderating https://lemmy.ml/c/solarpunk
I was asked to join the admin team here and was thinking of moving my main account to a different instance anyways.
We will probably also move this Lemmy instance to my server when the one year free offer from the Lemmy devs runs out early next year.
I hope to run it on a very efficient ARM server powered by solar PV, but that might come a bit later :)
I posted some [content](https://lemmy.ml/post/404883) in lemmy.ml. Now, When I try to post it again here, I show it under "These post may be related".
I am more than happy to use cross-posting, but I see no way to do it in either direction. Should I go ahead and post it from scratch or is there any way to crosspost, and I just could'n see it?
Do you think we should have a !energy community to talk about production of energy? I have some doubts because the low energy solutions have already place in their own category and mass energy production is hard to discuss and make/build in a solarpunk way…
Hi! Lemmy's official software site has a list of public instances and I noticed that slrpnk.net isn't included.
I think that this site could gain long-term exposure to more potential users by asking the site admins to add this instance to that list.
Coming from a large sub, people will eventually try to nitpick with verbiage.
I think it may be prudent to separate the "unless linking to..." second half of the No SPAM rule to its own, differently worded rule encompassing the allowance of regulated/occasional sharing of relevant but external work that they directly represent.