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[META] Creating a new community is easy, but to get people on board, you need to create some content.
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If you create a community, please try and populate it with content. I see a lot of new communities with 0-1 posts from the mod. That's not nearly enough to get people engaged - users are going to see that it's a ghost town and leave. If you have enough interest to create a community, you probably know *something* about the subject matter, so PLEASE add some posts (5-10 would be a good start). Maybe some questions to get people talking, even popular reposts from other sites. It sucks shouting into a void, but if you don't do it, everyone else will also be shouting into a void. Also please consider whether you *need* to create a community! When there are 100 million users of the site, there may be 1000 people who are interested in the same exact niche tabletop RPG as you, but there are <500,000 users here for now, so you'll be lucky to find 10. Consider creating a thread in a broader community (like boardgames) until you have enough people talking in the thread that it gets messy - *then* it's time to create a separate community. Thanks for coming to my TED talk.
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[META] [Crosspost] Announcing a new Search Engine for Lemmy
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cross-posted from: https://lemmy.world/post/963301 > I shared bits and pieces of this before, but it's officially up and running now: https://www.search-lemmy.com/ > > This is an enhanced search engine for Lemmy. With a few primary goals: > * You can choose a preferred instance. After choosing what your primary instance is, and performing a search ALL links will open in that instance. > * This aims to be a replacement for using `site:reddit.com` in Google, but just for the fediverse. > * You can filter the search results by: > * Instance -- This will filter the results to only show communities that belong to a particular instance. Just type something like `instance:lemmy.wrold` or `instance:https://lemmy.world/`. This is separate from your preferred instance, such that you can search for posts on lemmy.world while still opening them on lemmy.ml. > * Community -- You can refine the search by a specific community. You use the same syntax that you'd use here `community:!fediverse@lemmy.world`. > * Author -- Similar to the above you can also filter by a specific author such as: `author:@marsara9@lemmy.world`. > * The entire thing is open-source. You can view the code and even host your own instance... See more details here: https://github.com/marsara9/lemmy-search. > > NOTE: This only supports Lemmy instances for now. Other fediverse type instances may be in the future depending on how this works out. > > I've been working on this over just the last few weeks, so it hasn't had a chance to crawl much of the fediverse yet. For now it only supports `lemmy.world` and `lemmy.ml` but other preferred-instances will come online as time goes by. > > If anyone finds any bugs, and I'm sure you will, or if anyone has any suggestions PLEASE raise an issue on GitHub for me to track. Lastly, if anyone wants to help contribute please feel free to reach out. > > **NOTE TO SERVER ADMINS: You can prevent your site from being crawled by adding `lemmy-search` to your robots.txt for the user-agent.**
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[META] New Communities@lemmy.world is looking for moderators
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As we have pass our thousandth post and continue to grow, I'd felt like it would be a good idea to have more than one moderator for this community. You do not have to be on lemmy.world to apply. It shouldn't take all day to moderate, but it's not trivial either. Please only apply if you think you'd be able to moderate. Please message me with the following information if you would like to apply: - Your timezone. - Any moderation experience? (Not required, but if so, give basic details. Not just on Lemmy, any platform.) - Any other details you want to give. **Expectations** You are expected to moderate for spam and uncivil content in general and handle any other situations that may occur but also uphold the rules of lemmy.world on this community, which are here: https://lemmy.world/legal Also, help other users when needed. This isn't exactly the most formal process, but this is a casual community and most of us are new, so I'm trying to make it as simple as possible.
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Breadtube (Solarpunk) - A community for leftist videos, with a particular focus on Solarpunk and Anarchist content!
Here's the link in instance agnostic forms: [Breadtube (Solarpunk)](/c/breadtube@slrpnk.net) !Breadtube@slrpnk.net https://slrpnk.net/c/breadtube
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Staffordshire
For Staffordshire stuff (the UK county not the dog). !staffordshire@feddit.uk
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[Video Game Artwork](https://lemmy.zip/c/vgartwork) is a community dedicated to appreciating non-AI generated works of art. [!vgartwork@lemmy.zip](https://lemmy.zip/c/vgartwork)
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Signal Messenger Groups
I created a space for sharing and finding Signal groups of your interest /c/signal_groups@lemmy.today !signal_groups@lemmy.today
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I used to practice this art actively. Links: - [/c/photoshop_nonsense@suppo.fi](/c/photoshop_nonsense@suppo.fi) - !photoshop_nonsense@suppo.fi
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cross-posted from: https://lemmy.ml/post/12205361 > আগের পরিচালক বা মডারেটর লেমি থেকে নিষিদ্ধ হয়েছিল এবং খুব সম্ভবত বাংলাদেশিও ছিলো না। এখন এই চ্যানেলে আমি চেষ্টা করবো মোটামোটি সকল বাংলাদেশি ও বাংলাভাষীরা যাতে এখানে অংশগ্রহণ করতে পারে ও আলোচনায় অংশ নিতে পারে সেরকম পরিবেশ তৈরি করার। এই উদ্দেশ্যে যেকোনো ধরণের মন্তব্য, পরামর্শ ও গঠনমূলক সমালোচনা গ্রহণ করতে আমি আগ্রহী। > > পরিশেষে বলতে চাই শহিদ দিবস/আন্তর্জাতিক মাতৃভাষা দিবস উপলক্ষে সকলকে শুভেচ্ছা! বাংলা ভাষার প্রতি আমাদের ভালোবাসা শেষ পর্যন্ত বজায় থাকুক। The last mod of !bangladesh[!bangladesh@lemmy.ml](https://lemmy.ml/c/bangladesh) got banned from here and probably wasn't from Bangladesh. I was recently able to get the mod rights to [!bangladesh@lemmy.ml](https://lemmy.ml/c/bangladesh). Everyone is invited to this community provided basic etiquette, which will focus on Bangladesh and Bangla language. Accepting any comments, advices and constructive criticism in this regard. In the end, happy Martyr Day/International Mother Language Day! May all languages of the world be cherished and celebrated.
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Star_Trek is a safe harbour for Star Trek fans that may have found themselves on the receiving end of the ban hammer for daring to have an opinion that differed from the power mad mods on Reddit’s Star Trek sub and/or Lemmy’s own StarTrek.website. You’re safe to like or dislike any show, character, writer, showrunner or episode here. So come and discuss the greatest sci-fi franchise in history free from rogue mods on power trip. Links !star_trek@lemmy.zip [Star_Trek](https://lemmy.zip/c/star_trek)
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Supplements Community
I was searching for a community and couldn’t find one for supplements on the fediverse so I made one [/c/supplements@reddthat.com](/c/supplements@reddthat.com)
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This is a place to share high quality news and discussion around technological advancements and changes Theres a bunch of technology communities currently but they tend to fill a different niche than this one as they tend to be about all topics relating to technology (including legislation, company news, etc.) rather than honing in on tech progress Things that fit: - New tech releases - Major tech changes - Major milestones for tech - Major tech news such as data breaches, discontinuation Things that don't fit - Minor app updates - Government legislation - Company news, layoffs - Opinion pieces Links: - [!tech@programming.dev](https://programming.dev/c/tech) - [/c/tech](/c/tech@programming.dev) - @tech@programming.dev
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>This is a community for posting fake band names. Find a string of words that sounds like the name of a garage band or just goes hard? Post it here. You’re also encouraged to post fake band names you find in movies, game, etc. Mainly made for linking when you see a good fake band name. https://lemmy.world/c/fakebandnames@lemmy.world !fakebandnames@lemmyworld
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A place for cranes, trains, excavators and stuff like that
top voted desired small community per a recent informal ['poll'](https://lemmy.world/c/cranetrainexcavators).
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Community for all Foss lemmy apps and tools .
This lemmy apps and toolscommunity was abandoned and i am reopening it but with a change it is now only for Foss and privacy respecting ones. You can discuss , reccomend , ask questions , promote ,crosspost etc. about lemmy apps and tools which are foss :https://lemmy.world/c/lemmyapps
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Tails: A Place on Lemmy for Mastodon Posts
Given the shared underlying protocol, I didn't like that if I saw something interesting on Mastodon, and wanted to post it on Lemmy, I'd have to screenshot it and/or re-attribute it to me rather than the original author. Tails is an experimental community. Instead of announcing just what a Lemmy user has posted, it announces what a Fediverse actor has posted. This means that, so far, it's featured posts from Mastodon accounts like Mr Lovenstein, warsandpeas, George Takei, Low Quality Facts, and other interesting people. Lemmy users have been able to reply to the author, and have also replied to those other Mastodon accounts that responded. You can see for yourself at !tails@lemmon.website (the usual rules apply: if you're the first person on your instance to do this, you'll likely get a blank screen or an error. Wait 10 secs or so, press refresh, and you should have it).
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LemmyAppsWithNonFoss (AndMaybeNonPrivacyRespectingOnes) - you’ve seen c/LemmyApps before, a better one is here
This is a parody community created in response to the non-FOSS decision of !lemmyapps@lemmy.world. Not intended to replace it. !lemmyappswithnonfoss@lemmy.ml
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Here, you can share your amazing finds from thrift stores, charity shops, attics, estate sales, etc. We want to see them!
https://lemmy.fmhy.ml/c/thriftstorehauls !thriftstorehauls@lemmy.fmhy.ml [Thrift Store Hauls](/c/thriftstorehauls@lemmy.fmhy.ml)
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We are a thriving community dedicated to helping users old and new understand and use usenet
https://lemmy.world/c/usenet !usenet@lemmy.world [Usenet](/c/usenet@lemmy.world)
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Place for news and discussion about adult animated shows.
[Adult Animation](/c/adult_animation@lemmy.world) !adult_animation@lemmy.world https://lemmy.world/c/adult_animation
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All things EV related. News, ownership stories, tips and tricks all around Electric vehicles
https://lemmy.fmhy.ml/c/electriccars !electriccars@lemmy.fmhy.ml [Electric Cars](/c/electriccars@lemmy.fmhy.ml)
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If you're a fan of modding, collecting, playing or just discussing Nintendo's classic GameBoy line, be welcome to join [GameBoy](/c/gameboy@lemmy.world)
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I joined yesterday and saw that none of my fan communities had set up an instance yet, so I've decided to take initiative and created one. Here's a community for The Owl House ^-^. [The Owl House](/c/theowlhouse@lemmy.world)
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Working to fill out all of the NBA teams communities, and started one for the Indiana Pacers !pacers@midwest.social or https://midwest.social/c/pacers
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Discussion of nootropics and cognitive enhancers.
https://sh.itjust.works/c/nootropics !nootropics@sh.itjust.works [Nootropics](/c/nootropics@sh.itjust.works)
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A place for everything Tamriel
https://lemmy.world/c/tes !tes@lemmy.world [The Elder Scrolls](/c/tes@lemmy.world)
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c/spicypillows A place for All spicy pillow pics
looking for co-mod
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A community for the sharing and discussion of all things philosophical.
https://sh.itjust.works/c/philosophy !philosophy@sh.itjust.works [Philosophy](/c/philosophy@sh.itjust.works)
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/c/workreform@lemmy.world - make work more equitable!
A place to discuss positive changes that can make work more equitable, and to vent about current practices. **We are NOT against work or anti-work**; we just want the fruits of our labor to be recognized better. /c/workreform@lemmy.world !workreform@lemmy.world https://lemmy.world/c/workreform
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Counting calories is a practical and precise way of controlling and achieving dietary goals, and heavily benefits from people sharing their ideas, methods and nutritional labels. Join us at [CICO](/c/cico@lemmy.world) today and grab a scale!
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This is a sub to ask Linux related questions
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Tumblr - Stuff from Tumblr
https://lemmy.world/c/tumblr !tumblr@lemmy.world [Tumblr](/c/tumblr@lemmy.world)
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Hey, all. If you're someone who likes to think critically about extraordinary claims and outlandish statements being made online or in the news, come hang out with us at [!skeptic@lemmy.world](https://lemmy.world/c/skeptic)
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YouTube Weekly - Community for people who like watching YouTube. You can share any recent videos you enjoyed watching that were uploaded to YouTube in the last 7 days.
https://lemmy.world/c/youtubeweekly !youtubeweekly@lemmy.world [YouTube Weekly](/c/youtubeweekly@lemmy.world)
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