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It isn't banned in comments - https://hn.algolia.com/?dateRange=all&page=0&prefix=true&que..., https://hn.algolia.com/?dateRange=all&page=0&prefix=true&que..., etc.
Alternative Twitter front-end
You can refer to the full list on the github page (which I find to be pretty accurate). I personally use La Contre-Voie for no particular reason.
nitter.net was historically a little less reliable for me due to rate limiting, which is why I initially switched. They worked around the rate limiting issue now, so that may no longer be the case.
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Review removed content on reddit. Uses the Pushshift API, built on code from removeddit.
> how is an explicit ban any less discouraging?
It's about whose messages are sidelined, not who gets discouraged.
With shadow removals, good-faith users' content is elbowed out without their knowledge. Since they don't know about it, they don't adjust behavior and do not bring their comments elsewhere.
Over 50% of Reddit users have removed content they don't know about. Just look at what people say when they find out .
> and evidently it does work against spammers here on HN
It doesn't. It benefits people who know how to work the system. The more secret it is, the more special knowledge you need.
/r/WorldNews Live Thread: Russian Invasion of Ukraine Day 492, Part 1 (Thread #638)
2 projects | /r/worldnews | 30 Jun 2023
Daily Megathread - 30/06/2023
2 projects | /r/ukpolitics | 30 Jun 2023
Reddit Is Killing 3rd-Party Apps, the Best Way to Read the Site
4 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 2 Jun 2023
Twitter just nuked all of their APIs. Really hoping that Reddit doesn’t do the same. This app has been too good for years now for me and I’d hate to go back to regular reddit.
2 projects | /r/apolloapp | 28 Jan 2023
11 projects | /r/BikiniBottomTwitter | 9 Aug 2022