@George Yeah! I noticed your instance today as well. 🙂
One problem that I am having is with updating this instance (as you can see, I'm still on v2.7.0), but everything else is fine.
Thanks! I did a lot of work on Heb12 Desktop. I am working on a new release as well. Look forward to version 0.4.0 ;-)
@twisterghost Then come up with a list of Nazis or something. Plus, why is it the app developer's place to do such a thing? Shouldn't the instance admins decide whether or not to federate with a certain instance?
@twisterghost Is that all you think Gab is?
@felix I was thinking the same thing when I saw that PR. People expect to be logged into their account, but instead get sent to the proprietary YouTube.
@twisterghost How about we donate to a fork which doesn't restrict usage of the application?
@falkreon But it was a bad decision. Whether or not they have the "right" to do it or not doesn't mean they should.
@falkreon The problem is that they are restricting a certain group from using their apps simply because they think they disagree with the majority of the people in that group.
And by "group" I am referring to Gab users, not "nazis". Since the vast majority of Gab users are not nazis.
@sobercatholic I am going to see if I can make such a script. Then I'll put the APKs on my website.
@bikesexual So freedom to restrict others is a part of free speech? Maybe, if you want to re-word it a bit, but it doesn't make censoring (as in censoring the person, not blocking themselves from seeing posts from that person) any less bad.
@sobercatholic Maybe we should come up with some scripts to automatically pull the latest release code from Tusky, replace the bad file with a file without the blocking, and package a new APK we can distribute.
The same goes for Fedilab.
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