r/firefox is spreading disinformation about Pale Moon

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Re: r/firefox is spreading disinformation about Pale Moon

Unread post by Tharthan » 2022-12-09, 03:45

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jez9999 wrote:
2022-12-05, 10:10
it's a dreadful site. I hope it dies.
I would rather Twitter and Facebook go away first instead of Reddit.

If Reddit's design and style were to be the reference point for any new, ambitious community platform designers, I at least wouldn't feel like I need to pull my hair out and scream.

Just look at how much sewage Twitter and Facebook have injected into the Internet ecosystem. "Hashtags," for instance. Even websites like YouTube and DeviantArt are using the blasted things now. And you even see them physically printed on signs offline, nowadays.
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Re: r/firefox is spreading disinformation about Pale Moon

Unread post by Moonchild » 2022-12-09, 16:22

Off-topic:
jez9999 wrote:
2022-12-05, 10:10
It's not a lack of control, it's extreme censorious liberals controlling everything.
dbsoft wrote:
2022-12-08, 22:15
refrain from bringing clearly incorrect political bias into things?
I don't even care if it's correct or incorrect, gaslighting or otherwise. Please check political opinion at the door, and avoid labelling things in discussion topics with being politically driven or related, thanks. Fine if you think that, just don't make polarizing posts in that field and keep it to yourself. Not the right place for this.
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Tharthan wrote:
2022-12-09, 03:45
I would rather Twitter and Facebook go away first instead of Reddit.
Both of those are on a slippery slope at the moment, as far as I understood. So you may get your wish.
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Re: r/firefox is spreading disinformation about Pale Moon

Unread post by dbsoft » 2022-12-10, 08:03

I actually find Facebook slightly useful in keeping contact with family members, but I find very little value in reddit or twitter personally.

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