Ask for communities
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!

  • poVoq
  • edit-2
Other possible stuff to provide via
What other services would people be interested to have available via Keeping in mind that it should not be too resource heavy on the server I was thinking of maybe a [Bookstack Wiki]( 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.

New Admin here
Hi everyone here on You probably know me from moderating 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]( in 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?

Energy community?
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…

List instance on
Hi! Lemmy's official software site has a list of public instances and I noticed that 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.

Spam Rule Verbiage Clarification
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. My $.02

Here we can discuss anything about this instance itself.

  • 0 users online
  • 5 users / day
  • 5 users / week
  • 8 users / month
  • 14 users / 6 months
  • 43 subscribers
  • 8 Posts
  • Modlog