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#diaspora #spam #troll #ban #podmin

#zlax is such a huge #PITA. Third version of the cleaner script. I hope it won't do innocent victims.I guess it will have to run by cron regularly until hell freezes and Zlax tires.
#!/usr/bin/env ruby 

# Load diaspora environment 
ENV["RAILS_ENV"] ||= "production" 
require_relative "config/environment" 

toxic_accounts = Person.find_by_substring('ivan zlax') 
toxic_list = toxic_accounts.map { |z| z.diaspora_handle } 
toxic_list.append('vm66%@diaspora.ruhrmail.de', 'ivan_exlax@pod.dapor.net ', 'zlax@%', 'zlaxyizlax@%') 
puts toxic_list.inspect 
#exit 

for toxic in toxic_list do 
  puts "Blocking and cleaning #{toxic}" 

  local_spammers, remote_spammers = Person.where("diaspora_handle LIKE ?", toxic).where(closed_account: false).partition(&:local?) 

# Retract all comments of local spammers and close their accounts 
local_spammers.each do |spammer| 
  Comment.where(author_id: spammer.id).each do |comment| 
    puts "delete #{comment.guid} from post #{comment.parent.guid}" 
    spammer.owner.retract(comment) 
  end 
  spammer.owner.close_account! 
end 

# Retract all spam comments on posts of local users and delete the rest 
Comment.where(author_id: remote_spammers.map(&:id)).each do |comment| 
  puts "delete #{comment.guid} from post #{comment.parent.guid}" 
  post_author = comment.parent.author 
  if post_author.local? 
    post_author.owner.retract(comment) 
  else 
    comment.destroy 
  end 
end 

# Close accounts of remote users if wanted 
remote_spammers.each do |spammer| 
  puts "close account #{spammer.diaspora_handle}" 
  #AccountDeleter.new(spammer.diaspora_handle).perform! 
  spammer.update_column(:serialized_public_key, "BLOCKED") 
  puts "closed account #{spammer.diaspora_handle}" 
end 

end
 
#FacesOfAntifa #antifa (i would like to reccomand that 2 hashtags, if thats ok and lets use all that little dislcaimer from @Thanatos which i partly complemented)

Let’s flood #Diaspora with lovely #women who fought against #Fascism, #Racism, #Antisemitism. I’m sick of the net being full of posts about whiny male Fascist #terrorists, they fought for us in fighting them!


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Sara Fortis (born Sarika Yehoshua in 1927 in Chalkis, a small town near Athens, Greece) never knew her father, who passed away when she was only two months old. Raised by her mother, Sara and her sister enjoyed a happy childhood. Though they identified as 100% Greek, they also celebrated being Jewish by lighting candles every Friday and attending temple on holidays.

Sara knew it was time to leave her hometown when the Germans arrived in 1941. She had heard about Jews in other small Greek towns being deported by the Nazis and never returning. Sara and her mother escaped to the small village of Kuturla and hid there for a short while. When it was no longer safe for Jews, Sara was told to go, although the villagers agreed to hide her mother. Leaving her mother, Sara decided to become an andarte (resistance fighter). Wanting to play a significant role in the group, she decided to go from village to village to recruit other females who wanted to fight.

Sara formed a band of #female #partisans that became indispensable to the male fighters, transforming young village girls into women. On their first mission, they were ordered to throw Molotov cocktails to distract the enemy and allow the partisans to attack. Impressed by their skills, the male partisans invited the all-female group to join in many missions. They burned down houses, executed Nazi collaborators, and aided the men in a way no group of females had before. The male andartes were given credit for many missions the women completed, as it was unfathomable that women could accomplish such acts. Often the women were forced to sleep next to the men and Sara constantly worried about the women's safety.

Sara became a prominent and well-respected figure in the andartes movement in Greece. By age 18, she was known as 'Kapetenissa [Captain]Sarika'. The Nazis sent an informer to try to capture her, but mistakenly arrested -- then brutally raped and murdered -- her cousin, Medi. Vowing revenge, she tracked down and executed the informer.

After the war, the andartes fell out of favor with the new Greek government. Sara was arrested, but owing to her great reputation, she was released shortly after. She then emigrated to #Israel, where she met her husband and settled down.
more here
 
#FacesOfAntifa #antifa (i would like to reccomand that 2 hashtags, if thats ok and lets use all that little dislcaimer from @Thanatos which i partly complemented)

Let’s flood #Diaspora with lovely #women who fought against #Fascism, #Racism, #Antisemitism. I’m sick of the net being full of posts about whiny male Fascist #terrorists, they fought for us in fighting them!


Bild/FotoBild/Foto

Sara Fortis (born Sarika Yehoshua in 1927 in Chalkis, a small town near Athens, Greece) never knew her father, who passed away when she was only two months old. Raised by her mother, Sara and her sister enjoyed a happy childhood. Though they identified as 100% Greek, they also celebrated being Jewish by lighting candles every Friday and attending temple on holidays.

Sara knew it was time to leave her hometown when the Germans arrived in 1941. She had heard about Jews in other small Greek towns being deported by the Nazis and never returning. Sara and her mother escaped to the small village of Kuturla and hid there for a short while. When it was no longer safe for Jews, Sara was told to go, although the villagers agreed to hide her mother. Leaving her mother, Sara decided to become an andarte (resistance fighter). Wanting to play a significant role in the group, she decided to go from village to village to recruit other females who wanted to fight.

Sara formed a band of #female #partisans that became indispensable to the male fighters, transforming young village girls into women. On their first mission, they were ordered to throw Molotov cocktails to distract the enemy and allow the partisans to attack. Impressed by their skills, the male partisans invited the all-female group to join in many missions. They burned down houses, executed Nazi collaborators, and aided the men in a way no group of females had before. The male andartes were given credit for many missions the women completed, as it was unfathomable that women could accomplish such acts. Often the women were forced to sleep next to the men and Sara constantly worried about the women's safety.

Sara became a prominent and well-respected figure in the andartes movement in Greece. By age 18, she was known as 'Kapetenissa [Captain]Sarika'. The Nazis sent an informer to try to capture her, but mistakenly arrested -- then brutally raped and murdered -- her cousin, Medi. Vowing revenge, she tracked down and executed the informer.

After the war, the andartes fell out of favor with the new Greek government. Sara was arrested, but owing to her great reputation, she was released shortly after. She then emigrated to #Israel, where she met her husband and settled down.
more here
 

dear follow #diasporians


i have the hint, there will soon come a wave of #maga - #trumpsters accounts to #diaspora, the older of you might remember on the #wave of #daesh - and #isis accounts yeras ago, when #twitter #silenced their accounts and i think, the #antifa -fellows here in diaspora , the diasporians who have no sympathy to trump or his #whitepower -footsoldiers, the people here, who dont sympathizes with #racism #fascism #homophobia #sexism or (yes, you read right, i wrote OR! which says a lot about this time) #antisemitism the #liberals here, we should be prepared and think about, how to counter that, i dont want diaspora to become the brown echochamber for #conspiracy-ideology, for that #qanon lunacy or this #trump -bullshit
share that, think about that, debate about that, stopping #fascism when you can, not, when its allready to late, #antifascists predicted that allready years ago and itz no #fun anymore, itz no fun, to play #cassanda and beeing right #now itz the time to defeat #fascist #hatespeech here on diaspora, not tomorow, not next week, ITZ NOW!

this is a call to your keyboards!

please share!


you get a funny, hopefully prophetic picture as reward



ps if you want to support the cause and you think i missed important points, feel free to rephrase that posting or write something in the comments or a pm, feel free to "follow"me (maybe a little warning, i am an antifa, i am really i left wing communist and i am a pro-zionist and i am a militant, we can argue about that, we can have debates or, if you dont like that, make your own post about it, if itz antifascist, i will support it, i love you!)
 

dear follow #diasporians


i have the hint, there will soon come a wave of #maga - #trumpsters accounts to #diaspora, the older of you might remember on the #wave of #daesh - and #isis accounts yeras ago, when #twitter #silenced their accounts and i think, the #antifa -fellows here in diaspora , the diasporians who have no sympathy to trump or his #whitepower -footsoldiers, the people here, who dont sympathizes with #racism #fascism #homophobia #sexism or (yes, you read right, i wrote OR! which says a lot about this time) #antisemitism the #liberals here, we should be prepared and think about, how to counter that, i dont want diaspora to become the brown echochamber for #conspiracy-ideology, for that #qanon lunacy or this #trump -bullshit
share that, think about that, debate about that, stopping #fascism when you can, not, when its allready to late, #antifascists predicted that allready years ago and itz no #fun anymore, itz no fun, to play #cassanda and beeing right #now itz the time to defeat #fascist #hatespeech here on diaspora, not tomorow, not next week, ITZ NOW!

this is a call to your keyboards!

please share!


you get a funny, hopefully prophetic picture as reward



ps if you want to support the cause and you think i missed important points, feel free to rephrase that posting or write something in the comments or a pm, feel free to "follow"me (maybe a little warning, i am an antifa, i am really i left wing communist and i am a pro-zionist and i am a militant, we can argue about that, we can have debates or, if you dont like that, make your own post about it, if itz antifascist, i will support it, i love you!)
 
I just added this feature request on diaspora's github page, which can be helpful for those of us who are getting spammed again and again by Ivan or others:

Feature request: All notifications connected to a user are removed when that user is blocked


https://github.com/diaspora/diaspora/issues/8196

#diaspora
 
I just added this feature request on diaspora's github page, which can be helpful for those of us who are getting spammed again and again by Ivan or others:

Feature request: All notifications connected to a user are removed when that user is blocked


https://github.com/diaspora/diaspora/issues/8196

#diaspora
 
#podmin #diaspora #registration #closed

ENGLISH:
There is am spam fight at diaspora with serveral fake/spam accounts flooding the fediverse andto not support this - i had closed the registration possibility on #pod dapor net

its not what i like to do - but it takes too much time to seperate the good from the bad - sorry for that.

DEUTSCH:
Weil es derzeit sehr viele (aktive) Spam und Hass Accounts gibt, habe ich die Möglichkeit der Registrierung (erstmal temporär) deaktiviert.
Die Option andere Einzuladen bleibt bestehen.
Möge 2021 zu einem besseren Jahr werden....
 
#podmin #diaspora #registration #closed

ENGLISH:
There is am spam fight at diaspora with serveral fake/spam accounts flooding the fediverse andto not support this - i had closed the registration possibility on #pod dapor net

its not what i like to do - but it takes too much time to seperate the good from the bad - sorry for that.

DEUTSCH:
Weil es derzeit sehr viele (aktive) Spam und Hass Accounts gibt, habe ich die Möglichkeit der Registrierung (erstmal temporär) deaktiviert.
Die Option andere Einzuladen bleibt bestehen.
Möge 2021 zu einem besseren Jahr werden....
 
Dear #diaspora community especially those who write using #latex #tex and write #research articles. How many times did you cry for #open #access to research articles? Indian High court wants to kill #Scihub blocking access to many research articles for the unprileged in poor Indian #universities ( 1 % ) and #colleges ( 99 %) whose #schools can't afford the subscription prices to many 99 % of the research journals, forget the expensive ones.

End result is higher #education and real interest towards #science and #scientific thinking will die. We might get robots as graduates. :((

 
Dear #diaspora community especially those who write using #latex #tex and write #research articles. How many times did you cry for #open #access to research articles? Indian High court wants to kill #Scihub blocking access to many research articles for the unprileged in poor Indian #universities ( 1 % ) and #colleges ( 99 %) whose #schools can't afford the subscription prices to many 99 % of the research journals, forget the expensive ones.

End result is higher #education and real interest towards #science and #scientific thinking will die. We might get robots as graduates. :((

 
#diaspora #spam #troll #ban #podmin

#zlax is such a huge #PITA. Third version of the cleaner script. I hope it won't do innocent victims.I guess it will have to run by cron regularly until hell freezes and Zlax tires.
#!/usr/bin/env ruby 

# Load diaspora environment 
ENV["RAILS_ENV"] ||= "production" 
require_relative "config/environment" 

toxic_accounts = Person.find_by_substring('ivan zlax') 
toxic_list = toxic_accounts.map { |z| z.diaspora_handle } 
toxic_list.append('vm66%@diaspora.ruhrmail.de', 'ivan_exlax@pod.dapor.net ', 'zlax@%', 'zlaxyizlax@%') 
puts toxic_list.inspect 
#exit 

for toxic in toxic_list do 
  puts "Blocking and cleaning #{toxic}" 

  local_spammers, remote_spammers = Person.where("diaspora_handle LIKE ?", toxic).where(closed_account: false).partition(&:local?) 

# Retract all comments of local spammers and close their accounts 
local_spammers.each do |spammer| 
  Comment.where(author_id: spammer.id).each do |comment| 
    puts "delete #{comment.guid} from post #{comment.parent.guid}" 
    spammer.owner.retract(comment) 
  end 
  spammer.owner.close_account! 
end 

# Retract all spam comments on posts of local users and delete the rest 
Comment.where(author_id: remote_spammers.map(&:id)).each do |comment| 
  puts "delete #{comment.guid} from post #{comment.parent.guid}" 
  post_author = comment.parent.author 
  if post_author.local? 
    post_author.owner.retract(comment) 
  else 
    comment.destroy 
  end 
end 

# Close accounts of remote users if wanted 
remote_spammers.each do |spammer| 
  puts "close account #{spammer.diaspora_handle}" 
  #AccountDeleter.new(spammer.diaspora_handle).perform! 
  spammer.update_column(:serialized_public_key, "BLOCKED") 
  puts "closed account #{spammer.diaspora_handle}" 
end 

end
 
#diaspora #spam

Here is the spam removal script in #Ruby. Change the line "for toxic in ....":
(I did not write this and do not remember who did it or where I found it)
#!/usr/bin/env ruby 

# Load diaspora environment 
ENV["RAILS_ENV"] ||= "production" 
require_relative "config/environment" 

for toxic in [ 'ivan_exlax@pod.dapor.net ', 'zlax@%', 'zlaxyizlax@%' ] do 
  puts "Blocking and cleaning #{toxic}" 

  local_spammers, remote_spammers = Person.where("diaspora_handle LIKE ?", toxic).where(closed_account: false).partition(&:local?) 

# Retract all comments of local spammers and close their accounts 
local_spammers.each do |spammer| 
  Comment.where(author_id: spammer.id).each do |comment| 
    puts "delete #{comment.guid} from post #{comment.parent.guid}" 
    spammer.owner.retract(comment) 
  end 
  spammer.owner.close_account! 
end 

# Retract all spam comments on posts of local users and delete the rest 
Comment.where(author_id: remote_spammers.map(&:id)).each do |comment| 
  puts "delete #{comment.guid} from post #{comment.parent.guid}" 
  post_author = comment.parent.author 
  if post_author.local? 
    post_author.owner.retract(comment) 
  else 
    comment.destroy 
  end 
end 

# Close accounts of remote users if wanted 
remote_spammers.each do |spammer| 
  puts "close account #{spammer.diaspora_handle}" 
  #AccountDeleter.new(spammer.diaspora_handle).perform! 
  spammer.update_column(:serialized_public_key, "BLOCKED") 
  puts "closed account #{spammer.diaspora_handle}" 
end 

end
 
#diaspora #spam

Here is the spam removal script in #Ruby. Change the line "for toxic in ....":
(I did not write this and do not remember who did it or where I found it)
#!/usr/bin/env ruby 

# Load diaspora environment 
ENV["RAILS_ENV"] ||= "production" 
require_relative "config/environment" 

for toxic in [ 'ivan_exlax@pod.dapor.net ', 'zlax@%', 'zlaxyizlax@%' ] do 
  puts "Blocking and cleaning #{toxic}" 

  local_spammers, remote_spammers = Person.where("diaspora_handle LIKE ?", toxic).where(closed_account: false).partition(&:local?) 

# Retract all comments of local spammers and close their accounts 
local_spammers.each do |spammer| 
  Comment.where(author_id: spammer.id).each do |comment| 
    puts "delete #{comment.guid} from post #{comment.parent.guid}" 
    spammer.owner.retract(comment) 
  end 
  spammer.owner.close_account! 
end 

# Retract all spam comments on posts of local users and delete the rest 
Comment.where(author_id: remote_spammers.map(&:id)).each do |comment| 
  puts "delete #{comment.guid} from post #{comment.parent.guid}" 
  post_author = comment.parent.author 
  if post_author.local? 
    post_author.owner.retract(comment) 
  else 
    comment.destroy 
  end 
end 

# Close accounts of remote users if wanted 
remote_spammers.each do |spammer| 
  puts "close account #{spammer.diaspora_handle}" 
  #AccountDeleter.new(spammer.diaspora_handle).perform! 
  spammer.update_column(:serialized_public_key, "BLOCKED") 
  puts "closed account #{spammer.diaspora_handle}" 
end 

end
 
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If you are a #podmin running a #diaspora pod on PostgreSQL, you should look into upgrading to version 13. These are runserver response times for Geraspora, the yellow line represents the average response times, the green line represents the the 99.9 percentile. The blue marker is the point I upgraded from pg12 to pg13. There was no other change to the environment, and since we've had a weekend just now, the amount of requests per second and the server load even went up slightly.

As you'll notice, the peaks went down significantly, but even the average response time went down by a considerable amount. Parallel autovacuuming and the performance improvements around b-tree indexes and aggregate/grouping queries is clearly help stream queries a lot. Not enough to significantly change the responsiveness for users, but still noteworthy.

(Ignore that one peak in the night of 2020-12-11 to 2020-12-12, that was a unlucky coincidence with autovac running while the server was running its "aw crap an entirely new database"-backup, so that always causes some locking issues.)
 
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If you are a #podmin running a #diaspora pod on PostgreSQL, you should look into upgrading to version 13. These are runserver response times for Geraspora, the yellow line represents the average response times, the green line represents the the 99.9 percentile. The blue marker is the point I upgraded from pg12 to pg13. There was no other change to the environment, and since we've had a weekend just now, the amount of requests per second and the server load even went up slightly.

As you'll notice, the peaks went down significantly, but even the average response time went down by a considerable amount. Parallel autovacuuming and the performance improvements around b-tree indexes and aggregate/grouping queries is clearly help stream queries a lot. Not enough to significantly change the responsiveness for users, but still noteworthy.

(Ignore that one peak in the night of 2020-12-11 to 2020-12-12, that was a unlucky coincidence with autovac running while the server was running its "aw crap an entirely new database"-backup, so that always causes some locking issues.)
 
@Brad Koehn ☑️ links where? Post? Comment?
It actually only take a <a rel="nofollow"
to nullify any #SEO value; I don't know whether that's the case with #diaspora (what Wikipedia does to stop idiots from getting any value from spamming the project).
 
It is not very clear what is the purpose of #spam bots on #diaspora. I have 600 registered spambots on my #pod but none of them seem to have posted, commented, liked or messaged anyone at all. They do not follow and seem to make no interaction apart from registering an account (and fscking the captcha).

Also there was an anniversary of my unanswered question on the discussion forums about spambots on diaspora.... Seems nobody really care.

Have a nice day, @diaspora* HQ!
 
It is not very clear what is the purpose of #spam bots on #diaspora. I have 600 registered spambots on my #pod but none of them seem to have posted, commented, liked or messaged anyone at all. They do not follow and seem to make no interaction apart from registering an account (and fscking the captcha).

Also there was an anniversary of my unanswered question on the discussion forums about spambots on diaspora.... Seems nobody really care.

Have a nice day, @diaspora* HQ!
 
As you all might have noticed by now, I am not using Diaspora* anymore - you can find me on the Fediverse though: https://mastodon.social/@rysiek

Years ago I gave a talk about how FLOSS social networks need to start federating with one another, implementing each-other's protocols, because to have 50 incompatible FLOSS social networks is madness.

This finally started happening with #ActivityPub. Sadly, #Diaspora decided not to implement it. I feel this is a bad decision for Diaspora*, and a bad decision for the broader FLOSS community. And so, I am moving on, to the ActivityPub side of the Fediverse.

Join me there.
 
As you all might have noticed by now, I am not using Diaspora* anymore - you can find me on the Fediverse though: https://mastodon.social/@rysiek

Years ago I gave a talk about how FLOSS social networks need to start federating with one another, implementing each-other's protocols, because to have 50 incompatible FLOSS social networks is madness.

This finally started happening with #ActivityPub. Sadly, #Diaspora decided not to implement it. I feel this is a bad decision for Diaspora*, and a bad decision for the broader FLOSS community. And so, I am moving on, to the ActivityPub side of the Fediverse.

Join me there.
 

10.


(English version below.)
Vor exakt 10 Jahren, am 18. November 2010, hat Geraspora den Betrieb aufgenommen. Geraspora war neben joindiaspora.com und diasp.org einer der ersten Pods. Wir öffneten unsere virtuellen Türen exakt 7 Tage vor dem Versand der ersten Einladungen der Kickstarter-Backer für joindiaspora.com.

Die Idee hinter Geraspora's frühem Start war es nicht, joindiaspora.com die Aufmerksamkeit zu stehlen. Die Motivation war, das Netzwerk von Anfang an so zu gestalten, wie es geplant war: dezentral, mit unterschiedlichen Servern. Nun, 10 Jahre später, betrachte ich das Projekt als Erfolg. Auch wenn es einen endlosen Stapel mit Dingen zu erledigen gibt, haben wir es alle zusammen geschafft, ein halbwegs stabiles System zum Austausch von Daten zu bauen und obendrauf noch eine zum großen Teil relativ angenehme Community zu pflegen. Danke hierfür.

Eigentlich müssten wir am 10. Geburtstag feiern. Ehrlichgesagt ist mir aber nicht danach. Die Welt wird von einem lebensgefährlichen Virus, zunehmendem Faschismus und Hass beherrscht. Soziale Medien sind schon lange nicht mehr sozial, sondern dienen immer mehr zur Polarisierung, zum Verbreiten gezielter Falschinformationen, als Plattform für persönliche Attacken und für so viel mehr Abscheuliches. Feiern ist einfach nicht drin heute.

Trotzdem möchte ich euch ein paar Dinge, die einem 10-jährigen Jubiläum etwas Gewicht verleihen, nicht vorenthalten.

* Erster öffentlicher Beitrag auf Geraspora: "Test".
* Derzeit existierende Konten: 31.257
* Von Geraspora-Nutzerinnen generierte Inhalte (aktueller Stand - bereits gelöschte Inhalte nicht berücksichtigt):
* Beiträge: 385.016
* Kommentare: 596.301
* Dem Server bekannte Inhalte (ebenfalls aktueller Stand, siehe oben):
* Beiträge: 8.926.206
* Kommentare: 4.775.787
* Private Nachrichten: 209.424
* Profile: 191.800
* Pods: 3.001, davon 421 funktionstüchtig
* Verwendeter Festplattenspeicher für Fotos, Profilbilder, ...: 238 GiB
* Verfügbarkeit im Durchschnitt der letzten 4 Jahre: 99,98% - 100% unter Ausschluss von geplanten und angekündigten Wartungsarbeiten.
* Hostingkosten insgesamt (inkl. Domains, Traffic, Backups, ...): ca. € 9.230
* Kosten für rechtliche Beratungen, rechtssichere Bewertung fragwürdiger Inhalte, ...: € 4.224
* In Frust über das Verhalten einzelner Individuen ausgerissene Haare: unzählbar.

Niemand weiß, wie die Zukunft aussieht, und deshalb gibts nun auch keine motivierenden Worte zum Abschluss.

So long, and thanks for all the cats.
~ @Dennis Schubert
Today marks the 10th anniversary of Geraspora opening our virtual doors on November 18th, 2010. Next to joindiaspora.com and diasp.org, we were one of the first pods ever. In fact, Geraspora went public 7 days before the first invitations to joindiaspora.com were sent out to Kickstarter backers.

Our intention behind the early launch was not to steal joindiaspora.co's show. Our main motivation was to ensure that the network starts and grows as the thing it was designed to be: a decentralized network. Now, 10 years later, I honestly consider this project a success. Even though there is a neverending pile of work to be done, I'm happy that we managed to build a stable'ish platform to share content online and that we managed to build a community consisting of mostly pretty reasonable people.

Usually, you're supposed to be partying on this occasion. But I'll be honest: I'm not in the right mood for parties. A life-threatening virus is currently dominating the world, and there's fascism and hate everywhere you look. Social media lost its "social" aspects a long time ago. These days, it's mainly used to polarize people, spread deliberate misinformation, for personal attacks, and so much more awful stuff. I'm simply not feeling a party right now.

Nonetheless, I'd like to share some key facts that add some meaning to this 10th anniversary.

* The first-ever public post on Geraspora: "Test".
* Currently existing user accounts: 31,257
* Contents generated by Geraspora users: (only considering currently existing stuff; previously deleted contents are... well, deleted.)
* Posts: 385,016
* Comments: 596,301
* Contents known to the server: (same as above)
* Posts: 8,926,206
* Comments: 4,775,787
* Private messages: 209,424
* Profiles: 191,800
* Pods: 3,001 - of which 421 are up and running
* Used disk storage for photos, profile pictures, ...: 238 GiB
* Average availability in the last 4 years: 99.98% - 100% if we ignore planned maintenance.
* Costs for hosting, domains, traffic, backups, ...: approx. € 9,230
* Costs for legal counseling, legal classification of dubious contents, ...: € 4,224
* Hair lost while dealing with questionable users: countless.

Nobody knows how the future will look like, so there won't be any motivating closing words here.

So long, and thanks for all the cats.
~ @Dennis Schubert
#geraspora #diaspora
 

10.


(English version below.)
Vor exakt 10 Jahren, am 18. November 2010, hat Geraspora den Betrieb aufgenommen. Geraspora war neben joindiaspora.com und diasp.org einer der ersten Pods. Wir öffneten unsere virtuellen Türen exakt 7 Tage vor dem Versand der ersten Einladungen der Kickstarter-Backer für joindiaspora.com.

Die Idee hinter Geraspora's frühem Start war es nicht, joindiaspora.com die Aufmerksamkeit zu stehlen. Die Motivation war, das Netzwerk von Anfang an so zu gestalten, wie es geplant war: dezentral, mit unterschiedlichen Servern. Nun, 10 Jahre später, betrachte ich das Projekt als Erfolg. Auch wenn es einen endlosen Stapel mit Dingen zu erledigen gibt, haben wir es alle zusammen geschafft, ein halbwegs stabiles System zum Austausch von Daten zu bauen und obendrauf noch eine zum großen Teil relativ angenehme Community zu pflegen. Danke hierfür.

Eigentlich müssten wir am 10. Geburtstag feiern. Ehrlichgesagt ist mir aber nicht danach. Die Welt wird von einem lebensgefährlichen Virus, zunehmendem Faschismus und Hass beherrscht. Soziale Medien sind schon lange nicht mehr sozial, sondern dienen immer mehr zur Polarisierung, zum Verbreiten gezielter Falschinformationen, als Plattform für persönliche Attacken und für so viel mehr Abscheuliches. Feiern ist einfach nicht drin heute.

Trotzdem möchte ich euch ein paar Dinge, die einem 10-jährigen Jubiläum etwas Gewicht verleihen, nicht vorenthalten.

* Erster öffentlicher Beitrag auf Geraspora: "Test".
* Derzeit existierende Konten: 31.257
* Von Geraspora-Nutzerinnen generierte Inhalte (aktueller Stand - bereits gelöschte Inhalte nicht berücksichtigt):
* Beiträge: 385.016
* Kommentare: 596.301
* Dem Server bekannte Inhalte (ebenfalls aktueller Stand, siehe oben):
* Beiträge: 8.926.206
* Kommentare: 4.775.787
* Private Nachrichten: 209.424
* Profile: 191.800
* Pods: 3.001, davon 421 funktionstüchtig
* Verwendeter Festplattenspeicher für Fotos, Profilbilder, ...: 238 GiB
* Verfügbarkeit im Durchschnitt der letzten 4 Jahre: 99,98% - 100% unter Ausschluss von geplanten und angekündigten Wartungsarbeiten.
* Hostingkosten insgesamt (inkl. Domains, Traffic, Backups, ...): ca. € 9.230
* Kosten für rechtliche Beratungen, rechtssichere Bewertung fragwürdiger Inhalte, ...: € 4.224
* In Frust über das Verhalten einzelner Individuen ausgerissene Haare: unzählbar.

Niemand weiß, wie die Zukunft aussieht, und deshalb gibts nun auch keine motivierenden Worte zum Abschluss.

So long, and thanks for all the cats.
~ @Dennis Schubert
Today marks the 10th anniversary of Geraspora opening our virtual doors on November 18th, 2010. Next to joindiaspora.com and diasp.org, we were one of the first pods ever. In fact, Geraspora went public 7 days before the first invitations to joindiaspora.com were sent out to Kickstarter backers.

Our intention behind the early launch was not to steal joindiaspora.co's show. Our main motivation was to ensure that the network starts and grows as the thing it was designed to be: a decentralized network. Now, 10 years later, I honestly consider this project a success. Even though there is a neverending pile of work to be done, I'm happy that we managed to build a stable'ish platform to share content online and that we managed to build a community consisting of mostly pretty reasonable people.

Usually, you're supposed to be partying on this occasion. But I'll be honest: I'm not in the right mood for parties. A life-threatening virus is currently dominating the world, and there's fascism and hate everywhere you look. Social media lost its "social" aspects a long time ago. These days, it's mainly used to polarize people, spread deliberate misinformation, for personal attacks, and so much more awful stuff. I'm simply not feeling a party right now.

Nonetheless, I'd like to share some key facts that add some meaning to this 10th anniversary.

* The first-ever public post on Geraspora: "Test".
* Currently existing user accounts: 31,257
* Contents generated by Geraspora users: (only considering currently existing stuff; previously deleted contents are... well, deleted.)
* Posts: 385,016
* Comments: 596,301
* Contents known to the server: (same as above)
* Posts: 8,926,206
* Comments: 4,775,787
* Private messages: 209,424
* Profiles: 191,800
* Pods: 3,001 - of which 421 are up and running
* Used disk storage for photos, profile pictures, ...: 238 GiB
* Average availability in the last 4 years: 99.98% - 100% if we ignore planned maintenance.
* Costs for hosting, domains, traffic, backups, ...: approx. € 9,230
* Costs for legal counseling, legal classification of dubious contents, ...: € 4,224
* Hair lost while dealing with questionable users: countless.

Nobody knows how the future will look like, so there won't be any motivating closing words here.

So long, and thanks for all the cats.
~ @Dennis Schubert
#geraspora #diaspora
 
Da gehe ich mit, ich habe die Android-App auch schon eine Weile im Einsatz und bin sehr glücklich damit.

Bild/FotoRavenbird schrieb den folgenden Beitrag Tue, 10 Nov 2020 13:51:43 +0100

Diaspora | Eindrücke von Insporation


(Achtung recht langer Beitrag)

Mancher von Euch mag es schon mitbekommen haben das @Jonne Haß an einer auf der neuen Diaspora API basierten Android App namens Insporation arbeitet. Sie ist wie man hier und hier sehen kann als direkte APK-Datei zum Download oder via f-Droid verfügbar. Auch hat @Thorsten Claus begonnen das Ganze auf iOS umzusetzen und hier etwas dazu geschrieben. In diesem Beitrag möchte ich kurz einige Eindrücke zur aktuellen Version der Android Version weiter geben. Wenn Ihr eine größere Version der Screenshots wollt, müsst Ihr sie nur anklicken.

Zuerst einmal die normale Oberfläche von Insporation. Wie man sieht ist der Navigationsbalken im Gegensatz zu Diaspora unten und nicht oben. Darüber mag man sich streiten, es ist aber letztlich Geschmackssache. Persönlich hätte ich ihn lieber oben weil es in meinen Augen übersichtlicher ist und man auch nicht so leicht mit der Navigationsleiste von Android in Konflikt kommt. Momentan gibt es dort die Einträge Stream, Konversation, Suche und Menü. Der Stream wird neu geladen, indem man ihn nach unten zieht. Über das große + auf der blauen Fläche kann man neue Beiträge erstellen.




Im Gegensatz zur mobilen Oberfläche von Diaspora hat man hier im Stream die vollen Möglichkeiten die einem auch die normale Desktopoberfläche von Diaspora bietet. Man kann also auch Beiträgen folgen ohne sie zu liken und ebenso wieder entfolgen. Das ist in meinen Augen ein riesiger Fortschritt für den mobilen Einsatz.




Das Erstellen von Beiträgen sieht ähnlich wie bei Diaspora aus. Jedoch wurde das direkte einfügen von Bildern der Kamera und von bereits gespeicherten Bildern getrennt und es können auch Umfragen erstellt werden.




Bei der Übersicht der Benachrichtigungen ist es möglich Benachrichtigungen gezielt als gelesen bzw. als ungelesen festzulegen. Offenbar ist es hier anders als auf der Weboberfläche kein Problem das auch mit älteren Beiträgen zu machen. Darüber hinaus gilt auch hier, nach unten ziehen führt zu einem Reload.




Konversation bzw. Private Nachrichten ist ähnlich wie bei der mobilen Weboberfläche von Diaspora gestaltet. Jedoch kann man sie auch aus der Übersicht heraus löschen und muss dazu nicht die Nachricht selbst öffnen.




Die Suche sieht recht normal aus und ist nach meinen bisherigen Erfahrungen schneller als bei der Mobilversion von Diaspora. Im Gegensatz zur Mobilversion von Diaspora bekommt man hier jedoch auch beim Tippen Vorschläge geliefert.




Das Profil kann man gewohnt bequem bearbeiten. Darüber hinaus bietet es nichts Neues, was jedoch auch nicht weiter verwunderlich ist, da ja alles auf Diaspora aufsetzt.




Es ist noch zu erwähnen ist das das die App mehrere Accounts unterstützt. Natürlich ist sie noch nicht fertig und natürlich könnte ich mir noch so manches weitere Feature etc. vorstellen, aber dennoch muss ich sagen das ich beeindruckt bin was Jonne da innerhalb recht kurzer Zeit aus dem Boden gestampft hat und natürlich ist die App noch recht neu, sprich da wird sicher noch so manches kommen. Außerdem wäre noch zu erwähnen das man für die App einen Account auf einem Server mit der neuesten Entwicklerversion (derzeit ) haben muss, da nur diese die API unterstützt. Z B. Nerdpol, der Server auf der dieser Account sich befindet fährt diese Version.

Vielleicht habe ich ja den einen oder anderen Appetit gemacht und er bzw. sie schaut sich die App an. Ich denke Fehlermeldungen, Ideen und Rückmeldungen können bei der Entwicklung nur helfen.

Tags: #de #diaspora #insporation #app #api #flutter #jonne-haß #thorsten-claus #übersicht #einblick #ravenbird #2020-11-10
 
Da gehe ich mit, ich habe die Android-App auch schon eine Weile im Einsatz und bin sehr glücklich damit.

Bild/FotoRavenbird schrieb den folgenden Beitrag Tue, 10 Nov 2020 13:51:43 +0100

Diaspora | Eindrücke von Insporation


(Achtung recht langer Beitrag)

Mancher von Euch mag es schon mitbekommen haben das @Jonne Haß an einer auf der neuen Diaspora API basierten Android App namens Insporation arbeitet. Sie ist wie man hier und hier sehen kann als direkte APK-Datei zum Download oder via f-Droid verfügbar. Auch hat @Thorsten Claus begonnen das Ganze auf iOS umzusetzen und hier etwas dazu geschrieben. In diesem Beitrag möchte ich kurz einige Eindrücke zur aktuellen Version der Android Version weiter geben. Wenn Ihr eine größere Version der Screenshots wollt, müsst Ihr sie nur anklicken.

Zuerst einmal die normale Oberfläche von Insporation. Wie man sieht ist der Navigationsbalken im Gegensatz zu Diaspora unten und nicht oben. Darüber mag man sich streiten, es ist aber letztlich Geschmackssache. Persönlich hätte ich ihn lieber oben weil es in meinen Augen übersichtlicher ist und man auch nicht so leicht mit der Navigationsleiste von Android in Konflikt kommt. Momentan gibt es dort die Einträge Stream, Konversation, Suche und Menü. Der Stream wird neu geladen, indem man ihn nach unten zieht. Über das große + auf der blauen Fläche kann man neue Beiträge erstellen.




Im Gegensatz zur mobilen Oberfläche von Diaspora hat man hier im Stream die vollen Möglichkeiten die einem auch die normale Desktopoberfläche von Diaspora bietet. Man kann also auch Beiträgen folgen ohne sie zu liken und ebenso wieder entfolgen. Das ist in meinen Augen ein riesiger Fortschritt für den mobilen Einsatz.




Das Erstellen von Beiträgen sieht ähnlich wie bei Diaspora aus. Jedoch wurde das direkte einfügen von Bildern der Kamera und von bereits gespeicherten Bildern getrennt und es können auch Umfragen erstellt werden.




Bei der Übersicht der Benachrichtigungen ist es möglich Benachrichtigungen gezielt als gelesen bzw. als ungelesen festzulegen. Offenbar ist es hier anders als auf der Weboberfläche kein Problem das auch mit älteren Beiträgen zu machen. Darüber hinaus gilt auch hier, nach unten ziehen führt zu einem Reload.




Konversation bzw. Private Nachrichten ist ähnlich wie bei der mobilen Weboberfläche von Diaspora gestaltet. Jedoch kann man sie auch aus der Übersicht heraus löschen und muss dazu nicht die Nachricht selbst öffnen.




Die Suche sieht recht normal aus und ist nach meinen bisherigen Erfahrungen schneller als bei der Mobilversion von Diaspora. Im Gegensatz zur Mobilversion von Diaspora bekommt man hier jedoch auch beim Tippen Vorschläge geliefert.




Das Profil kann man gewohnt bequem bearbeiten. Darüber hinaus bietet es nichts Neues, was jedoch auch nicht weiter verwunderlich ist, da ja alles auf Diaspora aufsetzt.




Es ist noch zu erwähnen ist das das die App mehrere Accounts unterstützt. Natürlich ist sie noch nicht fertig und natürlich könnte ich mir noch so manches weitere Feature etc. vorstellen, aber dennoch muss ich sagen das ich beeindruckt bin was Jonne da innerhalb recht kurzer Zeit aus dem Boden gestampft hat und natürlich ist die App noch recht neu, sprich da wird sicher noch so manches kommen. Außerdem wäre noch zu erwähnen das man für die App einen Account auf einem Server mit der neuesten Entwicklerversion (derzeit ) haben muss, da nur diese die API unterstützt. Z B. Nerdpol, der Server auf der dieser Account sich befindet fährt diese Version.

Vielleicht habe ich ja den einen oder anderen Appetit gemacht und er bzw. sie schaut sich die App an. Ich denke Fehlermeldungen, Ideen und Rückmeldungen können bei der Entwicklung nur helfen.

Tags: #de #diaspora #insporation #app #api #flutter #jonne-haß #thorsten-claus #übersicht #einblick #ravenbird #2020-11-10
 
Hello lovely people! I'm thinking about developing a distributed, decentralized platform for exchanging and subscribing to calendar-based content. It will become an open source solution. Is there any experience here in the community with similar solutions that already exist or have failed? What do you think is best practice for distributed solutions in 2020? Architecture, protocols, interfaces, server-side technology ... ? Thanks :)

#foss #opensource #calendars #fediverse #diaspora #mastodon #friendica #webdevelopment
 
Hello lovely people! I'm thinking about developing a distributed, decentralized platform for exchanging and subscribing to calendar-based content. It will become an open source solution. Is there any experience here in the community with similar solutions that already exist or have failed? What do you think is best practice for distributed solutions in 2020? Architecture, protocols, interfaces, server-side technology ... ? Thanks :)

#foss #opensource #calendars #fediverse #diaspora #mastodon #friendica #webdevelopment
 
@Frank Dapor #podmin ja, der @Jason Robinson 🐍🍻 hatte vor 3 Monaten (vielleichtlänger) angekündigt den Server (relay.iliketoast.net/receive/public) abzuschalten, bzw. die Domain nicht mehr zu verlängern. Es fand sich auch niemand der übernehmen wollte. Als der Server weg war, hat @Adam freudlicherweise den neuen Server aufgesetzt.

Da das Relay ein öffentliches ist sollte es vielleicht mal geteilt werden, es ist meines Wissens nach auch das einzige #Diaspora Relay.
 
Who knows what happens with diasp.nl? Now it's more than one week...
Qui sais ce qui arrive avec diasp.nl? Ça fait plus d'une semaine...

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#Diasp-nl #Diaspora #Question
 
Who knows what happens with diasp.nl? Now it's more than one week...
Qui sais ce qui arrive avec diasp.nl? Ça fait plus d'une semaine...

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#Diasp-nl #Diaspora #Question
 
Mal 'ne #Diaspora Frage: Ist es hier normal, wenn ich einen User blocke, daß ich seine Kommentare (zumindest unter den Beiträgen anderer Leute) trotzdem noch zu sehen bekomme? Ich finde das … unpraktisch.
 
Hallo zusammen, ich bin nicht ganz #NeuHier. Ich interessiere mich für #geocaching, #heimkino, #natur, #heimautomatisierung (z.B. mit #homematic, #iobroker), #katzen, #hühner, #linux und #manjaro.
Nachdem ich als #podmin von diaspod.de fünf Jahre einen eigenen #podserver betrieben habe, wurde es Zeit für Veränderungen (https://pod.dapor.net/posts/8187814) und ich bin froh, dass ich jetzt auf pod.dapor.net unterkommen kann.
#newhere #diaspora
 
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Anyone interested to try diaspora debian package on a server for some days and let people play with it?

Instructions are here https://wiki.debian.org/Diaspora#Buster_Fasttrack.2Fpersonal_repo

A good way to contribute that does not require a lot of technical skills. Familiarity with command line and installing packages with apt is all you need.

I'm happy to help if you need support. See https://poddery.com/posts/5702084 for the background.

Alternatively, if you cannot afford to buy a server, you can try this locally on your machine, say in an lxc container or in a virtual machine, though other people will not be able to access it. We hope to include diaspora package as part of Freedom Box if we can fix all the known issues.

#diaspora #debian #FreeSoftware #FreedomBox
 
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Anyone interested to try diaspora debian package on a server for some days and let people play with it?

Instructions are here https://wiki.debian.org/Diaspora#Buster_Fasttrack.2Fpersonal_repo

A good way to contribute that does not require a lot of technical skills. Familiarity with command line and installing packages with apt is all you need.

I'm happy to help if you need support. See https://poddery.com/posts/5702084 for the background.

Alternatively, if you cannot afford to buy a server, you can try this locally on your machine, say in an lxc container or in a virtual machine, though other people will not be able to access it. We hope to include diaspora package as part of Freedom Box if we can fix all the known issues.

#diaspora #debian #FreeSoftware #FreedomBox
 
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Since leaving Google+ I have used these social media sites


I found Twitter to be full of snowflakes and deleted my account.

MeWe is OK but you feel like you are in a walled garden.

Returned to Facebook but mainly to take the piss out of my little sister.

Had a post deleted by Pinterest which they claimed was hateful activity (What me?)

I feel like I'm in the wilderness on Tumblr and Deviant art but I have not had the time to put much effort into it.

Diaspora (Pluspora) is excellent with a healthy mix of talented and intelligent people

YouMe Social, the baby of the group has improved greatly over time and is a very good alternative to Google+

I'm even on "Keen" An experimental product from Area12 and Pair at Google but not sure anyone has any idea what it is all about

#diaspora #pluspora #socialmedia #googleplus #mywork #gif #animation
 
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Since leaving Google+ I have used these social media sites


I found Twitter to be full of snowflakes and deleted my account.

MeWe is OK but you feel like you are in a walled garden.

Returned to Facebook but mainly to take the piss out of my little sister.

Had a post deleted by Pinterest which they claimed was hateful activity (What me?)

I feel like I'm in the wilderness on Tumblr and Deviant art but I have not had the time to put much effort into it.

Diaspora (Pluspora) is excellent with a healthy mix of talented and intelligent people

YouMe Social, the baby of the group has improved greatly over time and is a very good alternative to Google+

I'm even on "Keen" An experimental product from Area12 and Pair at Google but not sure anyone has any idea what it is all about

#diaspora #pluspora #socialmedia #googleplus #mywork #gif #animation
 
Ssup, guys. Does anyone know a Diaspora user named Palantír? If anyone knows how I can contact him, please do tell. I just want to say hi and some other stuff. Our D* conversation kinda ended abruptly, so I wanna wrap things up.
.
Story:

There was this guy on Diaspora who went by the name Palantír. We used to message each other a lot back then in 2017 till 2018 until one day, he suddenly left Diaspora. Last I heard, he was going hiking. I checked his profile a few weeks later and saw that he was no longer using Diaspora. He did leave behind an e-mail on his profile, in case anyone needed to contact him.

It's a pity I did not save that e-mail because throughout his absence, I have been thinking of him. Every time I see certain objects or certain images, I'd think of him. I contemplated on e-mailing him back then when he had just left Diaspora, but my contemplation was prolonged by my own painful experiences of friendship, and further topped off with life events (2016-2018 were my traumatic and hellish years). In the end, all I did was contemplate, sigh.

Only yesterday did I make my decision to contact him, but suddenly my family from out of town dropped by and I was occupied by them. So, this morning, I decide to resume my life and look for Palantír's e-mail on his profile, but I see his account has been closed. Can't click it. Now there is really no way for me to contact him.

If anyone knows him and how I can contact him, please do tell. I just want to say hi and some other stuff. Our D* conversation kinda ended abruptly, so I wanna wrap things up.

I don't even know what hashtag to use.

#diaspora
 
Ssup, guys. Does anyone know a Diaspora user named Palantír? If anyone knows how I can contact him, please do tell. I just want to say hi and some other stuff. Our D* conversation kinda ended abruptly, so I wanna wrap things up.
.
Story:

There was this guy on Diaspora who went by the name Palantír. We used to message each other a lot back then in 2017 till 2018 until one day, he suddenly left Diaspora. Last I heard, he was going hiking. I checked his profile a few weeks later and saw that he was no longer using Diaspora. He did leave behind an e-mail on his profile, in case anyone needed to contact him.

It's a pity I did not save that e-mail because throughout his absence, I have been thinking of him. Every time I see certain objects or certain images, I'd think of him. I contemplated on e-mailing him back then when he had just left Diaspora, but my contemplation was prolonged by my own painful experiences of friendship, and further topped off with life events (2016-2018 were my traumatic and hellish years). In the end, all I did was contemplate, sigh.

Only yesterday did I make my decision to contact him, but suddenly my family from out of town dropped by and I was occupied by them. So, this morning, I decide to resume my life and look for Palantír's e-mail on his profile, but I see his account has been closed. Can't click it. Now there is really no way for me to contact him.

If anyone knows him and how I can contact him, please do tell. I just want to say hi and some other stuff. Our D* conversation kinda ended abruptly, so I wanna wrap things up.

I don't even know what hashtag to use.

#diaspora
 
After many years of packaging work by many contributors, yesterday I was able to install #diaspora native debian package.

Out of 101 direct dependencies and 223 total dependencies (if you consider build dependencies for JavaScript assets like grunt, gulp, rollup, webpack, babel etc, the actual number required to build everything from source is much larger - in Debian, we build every package in main section from source), only 8 of them needed to be handled outside of debian packages.
  • autprefixer-rails gem had to be installed from rubygems.org because debian does not have browserify packaged and building with rollup and webpack created a broken bundle.
  • active_model_serializers had to be installed from rubygems.org because debian had a newer incompatible version.
  • 6 gems had to be vendored because diaspora is still using sass-rails which is dead upstream and debian already moved to sassc-rails.
  • I still need to integrate systemd unit files to handle starting and stopping of the services automatically.
  • There is also issues in ui, possibly because of broken builds in front end javascript libraries. I can see errors in the browser web console.
If you'd like to help test it, follow https://wiki.debian.org/Diaspora#Buster_Fasttrack.2Fpersonal_repo

If any of you are good in #nodejs #javascript or #ruby #rails, I'd appreciate some help to fix these remaining issues.

If you are good in #devops #sysadmin you can help test the package or help with running diaspora in production (we also have a diaspora-installer package that installs all dependencies from rubygems.org. We are running this package in production for many years at https://poddery.com and https://diasp.in).

Thanks to everyone who contributed to this effort over many years.

#debian-diaspora #debian #debian-packaging #packaging
 
After many years of packaging work by many contributors, yesterday I was able to install #diaspora native debian package.

Out of 101 direct dependencies and 223 total dependencies (if you consider build dependencies for JavaScript assets like grunt, gulp, rollup, webpack, babel etc, the actual number required to build everything from source is much larger - in Debian, we build every package in main section from source), only 8 of them needed to be handled outside of debian packages.
  • autprefixer-rails gem had to be installed from rubygems.org because debian does not have browserify packaged and building with rollup and webpack created a broken bundle.
  • active_model_serializers had to be installed from rubygems.org because debian had a newer incompatible version.
  • 6 gems had to be vendored because diaspora is still using sass-rails which is dead upstream and debian already moved to sassc-rails.
  • I still need to integrate systemd unit files to handle starting and stopping of the services automatically.
  • There is also issues in ui, possibly because of broken builds in front end javascript libraries. I can see errors in the browser web console.
If you'd like to help test it, follow https://wiki.debian.org/Diaspora#Buster_Fasttrack.2Fpersonal_repo

If any of you are good in #nodejs #javascript or #ruby #rails, I'd appreciate some help to fix these remaining issues.

If you are good in #devops #sysadmin you can help test the package or help with running diaspora in production (we also have a diaspora-installer package that installs all dependencies from rubygems.org. We are running this package in production for many years at https://poddery.com and https://diasp.in).

Thanks to everyone who contributed to this effort over many years.

#debian-diaspora #debian #debian-packaging #packaging
 

Info | Mal wieder nen Spammer unterwegs


Er operiert soweit ich es gesehen habe unter moish_e@diasporing.ch und moisharosen@diasporing.ch und bringt Euch Spam in Eure Kommentare. Am besten gleich blockieren damit sich die Seuche nicht ausbreitet. Und wenn Ihr einen eigenen Server betreibt gleich auf dieser Ebene sperren.

Tags: #de #info #diaspora #friendica #federation #spam #spammer #blockieren #ravenbird #2020-08-29
 

Info | Mal wieder nen Spammer unterwegs


Er operiert soweit ich es gesehen habe unter moish_e@diasporing.ch und moisharosen@diasporing.ch und bringt Euch Spam in Eure Kommentare. Am besten gleich blockieren damit sich die Seuche nicht ausbreitet. Und wenn Ihr einen eigenen Server betreibt gleich auf dieser Ebene sperren.

Tags: #de #info #diaspora #friendica #federation #spam #spammer #blockieren #ravenbird #2020-08-29
 
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#diaspora #time #gap #problem#

Hat noch jemand den Effekt das mondiaspora.net in die Zukunft schauen kann ??
Kennt jemand nen #podmin von mondiaspora.net ??

Aufgefallen bei @Michele Santullo
LINK
 
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#diaspora #time #gap #problem#

Hat noch jemand den Effekt das mondiaspora.net in die Zukunft schauen kann ??
Kennt jemand nen #podmin von mondiaspora.net ??

Aufgefallen bei @Michele Santullo
LINK
 
I guess it's a good a time as any to announce that I run a #diaspora #bubble, not a #pod.

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#comic #comics #xkcd #podmin #bubblemin
 
#diaspora #pod dapor net #outtime #podmin #outage #offline

https://pod.dapor.net wird heute Abend und/oder morgen Früh ein paar mal kurz/mittel lang weg sein.
Der Virtualisierungsserver muss für ein Upgrade neu gestartet werden...

Also keine Panik - ich bins und kein Weltuntergang ^^

Sage Bescheid wenn ich durch bin…dannach sind alles andere Fehler ;)
 
#diaspora #pod dapor net #outtime #podmin #outage #offline

https://pod.dapor.net wird heute Abend und/oder morgen Früh ein paar mal kurz/mittel lang weg sein.
Der Virtualisierungsserver muss für ein Upgrade neu gestartet werden...

Also keine Panik - ich bins und kein Weltuntergang ^^

Sage Bescheid wenn ich durch bin…dannach sind alles andere Fehler ;)
 
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