Official Lemmy instance to migrate off reddit

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  • zig

    General-purpose programming language and toolchain for maintaining robust, optimal, and reusable software.

    As a different approach, he Zig projects doesn't designate any official platform. If you click Join a Community on, you'll land at Here, it says

  • libreddit

    Private front-end for Reddit

    At least for the moment, one can still read (not login) r/rust using libreddit at I don't know it that will be affected by the API changes.

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  • gotosocial

    Fast, fun, ActivityPub server, powered by Go.

    Honestly if a server allows free login, then it shouldn't matter how the donations are spent, the admins are probably at a loss anyway. I've seen large phpBB forums run on donations for a long time, so maybe federated socials can work too. One unfortunate thing I've noticed from running a single-user GoToSocial instance is that it consumes a lot of storage, I'm getting 8Gb just from myself and the instances I follow. This could be brought down with more agressive cache settings, but it still shows that people using these new social media still have habits from Twitter or Reddit, where bandwidth and storage is paid for by advertisers, and don't realize how many gigabytes they're casually moving around. I really hope this won't be the downfall of the Fediverse.

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