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Final Fantasy XV

2010.01.28 19:57 reseph Final Fantasy XV

A community for fans of the critically acclaimed MMORPG Final Fantasy XIV, which includes a free trial that includes the entirety of "A Realm Reborn" AND the award-winning "Heavensward" expansion up to level 60 with no restrictions on playtime. FFXIV's newest expansion, "Endwalker", is out now.

2011.09.28 22:37 letmefoolyou Arctic Monkeys

Subreddit dedicated to the indie rock band out of Sheffield, England.

2011.04.04 20:12 wagedomain Self Published Writers

A place to discuss just about everything in the world of indie books. *Not* a place for self-promotion.

2023.06.10 05:19 SeventeenModTeam [POLL] Should r/seventeen join the blackout on June 12-14th in protest of Reddit’s changes to their API pricing?

Hi all,
You may have seen some of the recent news about subreddits going dark for 48 hours starting June 12th in protest of Reddit’s changes to their API pricing. The moderation team on seventeen is also in favor of going dark, but we realise this could cause an inconvenience for the community, so we wanted to inform you about our reasons for wanting to do this and hear thoughts from you.
This poll will run for the next 24 hours.

Why are subreddits protesting?

On May 31st, Reddit announced that they would change the cost of accessing their API (“application programming interface”) from being free to paid, but at a level far beyond what most third-party app developers can afford. Some third-party apps for Reddit that currently function using the Reddit API include:
Many third-party developers voluntarily develop these products for free or are supported through some self-generated ad revenue, and this level of pricing effectively “kills” many of these apps as the costs to maintain them would be unsustainable.
Third-party apps provide many quality-of-life features not currently seen in the official mobile app/mobile web/desktop site – this is what it’s currently like to moderate posts in the official mobile app. Additionally, the loss of these third-party apps and tools would severely limit a redditor’s ability to customise their experience, being able to only use what is officially provided by Reddit.
Lastly, probably the most affected group will be the disability community, specifically the blind and visually impaired. Reddit simply does not provide them with the accessibility features they need and deserve, nor the tools that would make browsing and using Reddit possible within Reddit’s own website and app. Most, if not all of the community, relies on third-party apps with accessibility features to effectively interact with Reddit and mod their subs. Reddit also shows no intention of allocating funding or providing resources to further develop their accessibility features: therefore, starting July 1st, they are cutting off an entire community from their platform.
Thus, the seventeen moderation team supports the 48-hour protest of Reddit’s API changes and wants to join the thousands of other subreddits in solidarity. We hope that this site-wide protest will send a message to the Reddit admins to reconsider their proposed changes and make them more reasonable.

What does this mean for me?

In the short-term, seventeen will go private and be completely inaccessible for 48 hours, starting on June 12th, 12 am PDT. How skipped updates and other sub-wide events will be handled is addressed below.
(We did discuss methods for doing a softer, less disruptive blackout, but did not feel like this was ultimately in the spirit of the protest.)
In the long-term, if you are using any third-party mobile app, you will need to switch to the official app on July 1st (when the pricing will go into effect). Many subreddits are planning on going on an indefinite blackout until more reasonable action is taken.
As an average user, you may not notice much difference in your browsing experience. For those using external moderation or accessibility tools, though Reddit has announced that tools/apps focusing on accessibility and moderation will not be negatively affected by the pricing changes, many of these tools are already provided by third-party apps that will be affected. Sites such as Unddit (for tracking post/comment edit history), which run on APIs like Pushshift, that are not quite covered under the vague criteria of being “legal, non-commercial, and [helpful to] mods,” are likely to no longer work as intended going forward.

I don’t use third-party apps or tools – why should I care?

That’s fine – if the official stuff works for you, don’t fix what isn’t broken!
However, the seventeen moderation team wants you to know that currently, you have other options besides the default. If the future API pricing changes are implemented as is, the official Reddit app will likely be the only option you will have in the future for browsing – any bugs, glitches, or quality of life issues you may encounter will primarily depend on the Reddit admin to resolve, and there will be limited alternatives in the meantime. (Imagine if you could only ever use your default Web browser.)
Additionally, although your experience might not be affected, the experience of many others will be – for example, 14% of the kpop community use third-party apps to browse the site. The Reddit mobile app of choice for many will be shutting down indefinitely, including the many that implement accessibility features not currently being done so in the official app. (Worth pondering why there is such a sizable number of users using non-official apps.)
Finally, this is an upsetting continuation of large apps pushing out small, hobby, and non-profit developers that contribute so much to user experience: Reddit’s proposed pricing model is similar to that of Twitter's enacted in Feb 2023. Notably, much of Reddit’s current audience was grown due to the work of small developers – Reddit did not have an official mobile app until 2014 (9 years after its founding) when it acquired the popular third-party app, AlienBlue. (Reddit discontinued development of an in-house app as other third-party apps became more popular prior to AlienBlue’s acquisition.)

How will missed updates/other sub events be handled?

This is what the moderation team is currently planning, but we welcome alternative suggestions or ideas.
Hoshi countdown:
seventeen would be going dark on multiple days of Hoshi’s birthday countdown: Therefore, we plan to collate the usual birthday discussion posts into one single post on June 11th (KST), D-4. The banner and stickied birthday messages post will stay up for an additional 48 hours.
Missed update posts:
The moderation team will not be actively posting Seventeen’s updates during the blackout, and users are free to post them to the sub once the blackout has ended, on a first come first serve basis. For those who want to stay updated during the blackout, we recommend resources like svtcontents on Twitter and the SNS calendar on the qoo.
We will approve submitted update posts for the missing days. We highly encourage submitters to prioritise the missing days first to maintain some chronological ordering of posts, but will not strictly enforce this.
Please note that reposts will be removed. Users should check if a post has already been posted beforehand.

What else can I do? Where can I learn more?

Before the blackout, read up more on the issues and take action:
On June 12-14, you can:
We welcome any thoughts in the comments. - The seventeen mod team
View Poll
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2023.06.10 05:14 Jaber1028 Any1 have ussep SKSE 1-6-353

I stupidly updated it to 4.2.9, and the ussep 'team' hides the archived files. Over 20-30 of my mods require ussep and it would kill a good few of my mods if i had to update skse for such a stupid reason.
Really hate arthmoor part 63
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2023.06.10 04:41 patopansir List of projects I want to work on.

This is a list of projects I want to work on, that I think I have the skills to work on or at least try to learn how to work on them. Below is a list
Scripts I'll release soon.
Lastly, maybe I should learn how to do gui. It's too soon for that now though. At least I know how to make html websites and use javascript, not much to the point of easily doing it from scratch (I can try), but enough to edit a template through it's source code and make it look unique and add features. I made my own search bar on blogger years ago.
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2023.06.09 23:33 small_trunks [Bonsai Beginner’s weekly thread –2023 week 23]

[Bonsai Beginner’s weekly thread –2023 week 23]

Welcome to the weekly beginner’s thread. This thread is used to capture all beginner questions (and answers) in one place. We start a new thread every week on Friday late or Saturday morning (CET), depending on when we get around to it. We have a 6 year archive of prior posts here…
Here are the guidelines for the kinds of questions that belong in the beginner's thread vs. individual posts to the main sub.



Beginners’ threads started as new topics outside of this thread are typically locked or deleted, at the discretion of the Mods.
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2023.06.09 23:16 RPClipsGTAMod r/RPClipsGTA will go dark on June 12th in protest of Reddit's API changes that will kill 3rd party apps

In a follow up to our post a few days ago, /RPClipsGTA will be going dark on June 12th.

What is happening

There is a handy infographic you can see here
Credit to the lovely team at /FFXIV for the inspiration and permission to use much of their post
API Pricing Changes
Reddit recently announced major pricing changes to their API, which is the software interface that all major 3rd party applications and bots rely upon to function. These pricing changes are so extreme that all major apps will be forced to cease operating as they cannot bear the costs. As an example, the developer of Apollo revealed they would be forced to pay reddit upwards of $20 million USD/year just to continue operating under the new pricing scheme.
The consensus from the developers behind these apps is that reddit is trying to price them out of existence in order to force users to switch to the official reddit mobile app. Not only will they [the developers] be forced to pay ridiculous sums (which they cannot cover) to maintain access to the API, changes to the ToS also prohibit these apps from using ad revenue to offset the new costs.
In essence, if you use anything other then the official Reddit app on your phone, come July 1st you will almost certainly not be able to browse reddit.
NSFW & Mature Content
In addition to restricting API access behind a ludicrous pricing scheme, reddit is also planning on severely restricting 3rd party applications' access to NSFW/mature content. This will not only make the job of moderating NSFW communities significantly harder for humans, but also largely cripple 3rd party moderation bots that rely on being able to view NSFW content across multiple subreddits. Without the functions these bots provide, reddit is creating massive vulnerabilities in the areas of anti-spam and user safety.
As an example, some communities which focus on serving underage users may use 3rd party bots to automatically detect and remove accounts with a history of posting NSFW/mature content. Additionally there are other 3rd party bots that use comment history to proactively seek out and remove NSFW spam or even help detect and remove possible revenge porn or illegal underage content.

How does this affect /RPClipsGTA

These changes may affect our community in both the short-term and the long-term.
Many users, including us among the mod team use a third party app as our daily driver. Come July 1st, some of these users may just end up leaving the community and no longer use Reddit. Our subreddit is only made possible by the contributions in the form of submitting clips and commenting their opinions. We value each and everyone who decides to participate in this community and seeing people leave because of these changes is not something we want to see.
As of today, many of the third-party clients have announced they will shut down on June 30th, 2023.
At the time of this writing,
And we are sure there will be more.
In addition to the killing of third-party clients, there are other tools that use reddit's API. The beloved browser extension RES has stated they don't foresee any changes to them in the short-term, source. But who's to say that this won't change in the future.
There is an another common browser extension, Toolbox. Many moderators, including members of our team, use toolbox in their moderating workflow. Like RES it appears that they won't be impacted with the upcoming API changes, source. But trust in Reddit's word has been eroded.
Our mod team has built and hosts custom tools for our community, some are features to enhance your experience in the subreddit, examples of them being.
  • RPClipsBackupBot is a custom bot to provide alternative links as well VOD timestamps of posted clips.
  • A script to update the sidebar with the current top GTA RP streamers, as well to highlight a random streamer with sub 100 views.
  • A script to flair posts with the server the clip is taking place on.
  • A custom bot for our April Fool's day gang event
  • And many scripts to aid in our moderations efforts
  • clipsync is a community bot that provides alternative POVs to a given clip
While the current API changes do still include a free tier and Reddit has claimed they will continue to allow moderators to build and deploy tools and bots to enhance their community. Many developers are skeptical of these words given the unreasonable nature of the current changes.
Today spez hosted an AMA you can find here. Many users continue to find their response here unsatisfactory.
There is also this amazing post by the /AskHistorians mod team where they document all of reddit's promises over the past 8 years that they have not followed up on.
If you wish to still interact with the community, you can join our discord. This is where we will announce any further changes for the duration of the blackout.
TL;DR - This subreddit, along with thousands of others will be set to private on June 12th, 2023 to protest Reddit's announced API changes. For more information visit, /ModCoord
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2023.06.09 22:07 kuhnie SUBREDDIT JOINS ANTI-REDDIT CABAL TO DESTROY ALL THAT IS GOOD r/savedyouaclick will go private in support of Third Party apps

I'm sure you've all heard by now that reddit is changing their API terms and pricing in a manner that prompted several popular, third-party Reddit clients to announce their discontinuation. For all the reasons shared by other subreddits and the developers of the third-party applications, /savedyouaclick will be set to private on June 12th.

Given the timing of this post, I want to briefly react to spez's very successful AMA. Despite serving as CEO since 2015, Spez doesn't seem to understand how implementing a new pricing structure and taking away NSFW posts for third-party apps would negatively affect professional app developers. Even if the pricing was fair, as he insists, removing NSFW for "reasons" (scary Utah lawmakers or something) exclusively for third-party app is a shameless attempt to "tumblr" these competing applications.

Finally, a quick tangent about posting to this subreddit on mobile, as proof that the official reddit app sucks. When I try to submit a post on Sync, my app of choice, I am prompted to submit a text, list, or photo post. These are the options currently available, since reddit didn't add the new post types to third parties (not that I noticed until someone else pointed it out).

However, when I try to submit a post on the official app, I am immediately prompted to make a text post. On this subreddit, text posts are treated differently, because we primarily want link posts to an archive site. Therefore, many new users are tripped up by automod, since they copied their archived link in the text box on the app, without understanding that they are making a different type of post. This is the most common issue that comes to our modmail as a subreddit, there is a similar issue on the redesigned desktop site as well.

TLDR: This post says what all the other posts say plus a couple of tangents by this geezer mod with a 10 year old reddit account
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2023.06.09 21:38 One_Sink669 Having some trouble modding dodi repack cyberpunk

Having some trouble modding dodi repack cyberpunk
So i download the dodi repack cyberpunk, i try to mod it using vortex, but while downloading mods it tells me that the game files have been removed or corrupted, i removed the mods but it didn't fix anything. I apologize if this is the wrong subreddit but i don't think I'm allowed to post about pirated games on nexus ones. The path of the game is D:\cyberpunk While the path of vortex is D:\vortex mods\cyberpunk.
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2023.06.09 21:29 TheAcenomad Upcoming Reddit API Changes and the Future of r/leagueoflinux - Looking for Feedback

As I am assuming many of you are already aware by now, come July 1st reddit will be paywalling their API with absurdly unrealistic prices, effectively killing off all third-party clients and access to to the site outside of 'official' means.
Needless to say, the backlash has been justifiably intense. Several third-party app developers have already announced their projected closures, and many, many (many!) subreddits will be closing in protest, either for two days or indefinitely. If you are interested in the implications of these changes, askhistorians has a very well-written explanation from a moderation perspective (although leagueoflinux is nowhere near the same level of operation as /AskHistorians), and there are countless posts that explain it from a user perspective in better words than I could write.
I'll be frank, I'm not sure what to do with this subreddit moving forward if reddit continues down this road.
If these changes are implemented as is, my personal consumption of reddit outside of leagueoflinux will drop entirely overnight; I browse exclusively through FOSS clients on mobile and desktop which will cease to function due to these changes. Although RES+old.reddit makes the official site actually browsable on desktop, I feel like on principle continuing to use the site after these changes only serves to affirm reddit's disgustingly greedy decision and weaken the protest of others.
Where I am still very undecided is what to do with leagueoflinux: reddit still has a critical mass of users, and is unfortunately one of, if not the last major bastion of old Internet forum culture in the social media era. This means that reddit fills an indexable, archiveable, bulletin board niche that the Twitters and Discords of the world cannot.
I am certainly inclined to join the subreddit blackout, but I am not of the opinion personally that two days is enough to show reddit the gravity of their decision. If we're going to blackout, I would want to blackout indefinitely until fair and realistic API pricing is implemented, if it ever is. The elephant in the room there is the question where do we go instead?
I have been playing around with Lemmy, the federated reddit alternative that's been all the buzz since the API saga really began to kick off. Although I do quite like the experience I've had so far casually browsing, and will probably be spending a lot of my lurking on there anyways from now on, the mod tools leave a lot to be desired and the project itself is not without much controversy either. I've set up a community on the main Lemmy instance for League of Linux for anyone who want to join and test as well, but I must stress that it is not permanent, nor will it be replacing the subreddit at this stage. I may end up deleting it entirely. It is exclusively for exploration purposes for now. My current feeling is that these reddit changes may have unfortunately come a little too early in the lifespan of Lemmy; in many ways it does not feel mature enough to handle reddit refugees the same way reddit took in Digg refugees all those years ago.
I think the biggest issue I have with with the alternatives I've looked at so far have been the lack of built-in wiki tools. I currently heavily rely upon the built-in reddit wiki for collecting and documenting everything here, which further complicates the situation. To be fully transparent, my plan was already for the next major iteration of the wiki to be off-site, something akin to a TiddlyWiki or DokuWiki; I've had this in mind for a long time now, including while rewriting the current iteration of the wiki. However, I am nowhere near beginning that project, and certainly wouldn't have anything cobbled together before July 1st. Effectively, wiki tooling is a must-have blocker.
When the news first broke last week I started a moderation discussion with the other mods asking for their opinions, but have yet to hear anything back.
I would appreciate all of your thoughts, especially from those of you who've been around a while or participated a lot. Feedback and opinions would help me tremendously in navigating this awful, unnecessary mess.
How do you feel about the situation?
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2023.06.09 21:25 Eovacious (Brood war) A thought experiment.

Imagine there's a series of FFA games with six expert players, and a set of unusual scripted/modded rules.
"Rarity" plays Protoss. She starts the game with three free pylons pre-built (next to her Nexus, opposite the mineral line).
"Fluttershy" plays Zerg. She starts the game with three bonus drones.
"Rainbow Dash" plays any race. All her flying units have 20% more movement speed, turn/change directions 20% faster, and she also has 20% more APM; but she has no patience for defensive plays, and never turtles.
"Pinkie Pie" always plays random. Regardless of the race, she gets a free Science Vessel (she still has to research spells), a free Overlord, and a free Observer.
"Applejack" plays any race. Her main building produces 200 supply/control/psi-energy; she never requires additional supply depots/pylons/more overlords.
"Twilight Sparkle" plays either Terran or Protoss. In addition to existing Terran/Protoss buildings, she can build the Arcane Sanctum from Warcraft 3 (substituting gas for lumber), requiring either Science Facility or Templar Archives, respectively. The priest, sorceress, and spellbreaker units produced therein have their HP and damage normalized in line with Starcraft units, but retain all their unique abilities.
Whom would you expect to have the highest winrate, and why?
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2023.06.09 20:44 Lucipurrrs r/StardewValley will go private beginning June 12th, joining other subreddits in protest of Reddit's API changes

Hey there, StardewValley!
TLDR: As some of you may already be aware, Reddit has announced upcoming changes to their API that could drastically impact the community. These changes will directly affect users, moderators, and third-party developers. As a response, there is a growing list of communities who have come together in protest. StardewValley will be joining these communities and standing alongside those who will be seriously impacted due to these changes. Starting June 12, StardewValley (and our sister sub StardewMemes) will participate in a subreddit blackout alongside the listed communities.

What is API and Why Does it Matter

API (Application Programming Interface) is a service that essentially allows one application to "interact" or "talk" with another application.
API Calls or API Requests include everything that a user does from making a comment/post, upvoting/downvoting a post, loading posts/subreddits, blocking users, filtering content, etc.
Why Does This Matter?
In the case of Reddit, the Reddit API allows third-party applications such as Apollo, Reddit is Fun, Reddit for Blind, Luna for Reddit, etc to "interact" with Reddit communities. These applications make API Calls to moderate communities, make Reddit accessible, or allow for a customizable Reddit experience. These third-party applications provide aid for moderators and users across Reddit as a whole. Without this API, these third-party applications would struggle to operate.

What's Changing

On May 31, 2023, Reddit announced that there will be some major changes to their API. The changes are simplified as follows:

Why the API Changes are Harmful

These changes are harmful for a multitude of reasons, and can be broken into three categories:
How it Affects StardewValley
We are among many communities that incorporate applications such as BotDefense, an application that aids in bot spam, and archive sites such as Camas and Unddit for post/comment retrieval. These applications utilize API and the upcoming update may be detrimental to them. While we, as a community, are not nearly as impacted, we believe that this change is harmful and want to stand alongside other communities that are impacted.

Open Letter and Blackout

As a response to these changes, an open letter has been released. This open letter will illustrate a more in-depth explanation of the situation and may offer you a greater understanding on why this change is so impactful.
To show our support as a community, StardewValley (and our sister sub StardewMemes) has opted to join the blackout beginning June 12. A blackout means that the subreddit will be privatized and users will be unable to interact with the community. We hope that by joining the protest, we will make enough of an impact to influence Reddit to change their decision about these upcoming API changes.
If you have any questions, comments, or concerns, please voice them in the comments below. We will do our best as a team to answer any questions that may come our way. Additionally, feel free to discuss these changes and the impact they have. We would love to get the communities input concerning the future update.
Sincerely, The Mod Team
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2023.06.09 20:43 atticdoor Readalong of Blind Alley, a early Asimov story set in the era of the Galactic Empire, where the Trantorian bureaucracy has to deal with Aliens for the first and only time. Link to the magazine version below.

Astounding Science Fiction, March 1945
There was a four-year stretch in the mid-to-late forties where Asimov was mostly in an "if it ain't broke, don't fix it" mode where every story he wrote was accepted by the market leader, Astounding Science Fiction, and every story was a Robot or Foundation story. Every story except this one, which nonetheless uses some of the background of the Foundation series, the highly bureaucratic Galactic Empire of Trantor, at its height. He eventually broke out of this pattern with The Endochronic Properties of Resublimated Thiotimoline, originally written more for his own amusement as a way to practice writing in the "turgid" style required in scientific papers. You almost see a similar motivation in this story, where he similarly practices writing internal memoes of the sort his brief military spell required. You can read more about this in the final volume of The Early Asimov.
It is retroactively sometimes considered an "Empire" story, alongside the three novels written in the next decade. What do you guys think? Is this story in your Foundation headcanon? Does it fit neatly with the similarly controversial The End of Eternity?
Readalong of The Gentle Vultures, where hidden aliens await the imminent nuclear destruction of Earth
Readalong of The Endochronic Properties of Resublimated Thiotimoline, which introduced the concept of stories disguised as a science paper
Readalong of Mother Earth, the story which introduced Aurora and the Spacer Worlds
Readalong of The Red Queen's Race, an early time travel story by Asimov
Readalong of Runaround, the first story with the Three Laws of Robotics.
Readalong of Black Friar of the Flame, the first story to mention Trantor.
Readalong of The Last Question, Asimov's favourite story.
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2023.06.09 20:10 mark54398 Mod compatibility question

I am interested in this mod called "Death Knight Of Tamriel - SSE Port"
My understanding is that SSE mods are compatible with AE if they do not use DLL files.
I did a manual download of the mod, unpacked the archive file and I do not see any DLL files.
Here is a link to a screenshot of the files in the mod archive:
Based on this, it looks to me like the mod should be AE compatible.
I'm fairly new to mods, so I am wondering if anyone could comment and let me know if the above "does this mod support AE" analysis was the correct way to go about it?
Thanks much for any advice anyone may have!
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2023.06.09 20:07 Dreadwhole Pronunciamento do u/spez, um dos fundadores do Reddit via r/reddit (Tradução não Oficial)

Caros redditors, via reddit por u/spez
Para aqueles que não me conhecem, sou o Steve, também conhecido como u/spez. Sou um dos fundadores do Reddit e CEO desde 2015. Na quarta-feira, comemorei meu 18º "cake-day", o que significa que este projeto tem durado cerca de 17 anos e 9 meses além do que eu esperava. Estar aqui hoje no Reddit, mesmo em um momento tenso como este, é uma honra.
Gostaria de falar com vocês sobre o que está acontecendo na comunidade e a frustração decorrente das mudanças que estamos fazendo no acesso à nossa API. Conversei com vários moderadores na quarta-feira e ontem à tarde, e nossas equipes de produto e comunidade também tiveram conversas adicionais com os moderadores.
Primeiro, gostaria de compartilhar o contexto desse assunto, bem como alguns detalhes esclarecedores. Em 18/04, anunciamos que atualizaríamos o acesso à API, incluindo acesso premium para terceiros que exigem capacidades adicionais e limites de uso mais altos. O Reddit precisa ser um negócio sustentável e, para isso, não podemos mais subsidiar entidades comerciais que requerem o uso de dados em larga escala.
Houve muita confusão sobre o que essas mudanças significam, e quero destacar o que essas mudanças significam para os moderadores e desenvolvedores.
Termos de Serviço: A partir de 19 de junho de 2023, nossos Termos de API de Dados atualizados, juntamente com nossos Termos para Desenvolvedores, substituirão os termos existentes da API de Dados.
API de Dados Gratuita: A partir de 1º de julho de 2023, os limites de taxa para usar a API de Dados gratuitamente serão:
Atualmente, mais de 90% dos aplicativos se enquadram nessa categoria e podem continuar acessando a API de Dados gratuitamente.
API Empresarial Premium / Aplicativos de Terceiros: A partir de 1º de julho de 2023, a taxa para aplicativos que requerem limites de uso mais altos será de US$ 0,24 por 1.000 chamadas à API (menos de US$ 1,00 por usuário/mês para um aplicativo típico de terceiros do Reddit).
Alguns aplicativos, como Apollo, Reddit is Fun e Sync, decidiram que esses preços não são viáveis para seus negócios e fecharão antes que os preços entrem em vigor. Para os outros aplicativos, continuaremos em contato. Reconhecemos que o prazo que demos foi apertado; estamos felizes em colaborar com aqueles que desejam trabalhar conosco.
Ferramentas de Moderação: Sabemos que muitas comunidades contam com ferramentas como RES, ContextMod, Toolbox, etc., e essas ferramentas continuarão tendo acesso gratuito à API de Dados. Estamos trabalhando em conjunto com o Pushshift para restaurar o acesso aos moderadores verificados.
Bots de Moderação: Se você estiver criando bots gratuitos que ajudam moderadores e usuários (por exemplo, haikubot, setlistbot, etc.), continue fazendo isso. Você pode entrar em contato conosco aqui se tiver um bot que requer acesso à API de Dados acima dos limites gratuitos.
Developer Platform: A plataforma de desenvolvedores é uma nova plataforma projetada para permitir que usuários e desenvolvedores ampliem a experiência do Reddit, oferecendo recursos poderosos para a criação de ferramentas de moderação, ferramentas criativas, jogos e muito mais. Atualmente, estamos em um beta fechado com centenas de desenvolvedores (inscreva-se aqui). Para aqueles que estão por aqui há algum tempo, ela é a sucessora espiritual tanto da API quanto do CSS personalizado.
Conteúdo Explícito: A partir de 5 de julho de 2023, limitaremos o acesso a conteúdo adulto por meio de nossa API de Dados como parte de um esforço contínuo para fornecer limites sobre como o conteúdo explícito e as comunidades no Reddit são descobertos e visualizados. Essa alteração não afetará nenhum bot ou extensão de moderador.
Em nossas conversas com moderadores e desenvolvedores, identificamos duas áreas de feedback que planejamos abordar:
  1. Acessibilidade: - Queremos que todos possam usar o Reddit. Como resultado, aplicativos e ferramentas não comerciais focados em acessibilidade continuarão tendo acesso gratuito. Estamos trabalhando com aplicativos como RedReader, Dystopia e alguns outros para garantir que eles possam continuar acessando a API de Dados.
  2. Melhor moderação em dispositivos móveis: - Precisamos de ferramentas de moderação mais eficientes, especialmente em dispositivos móveis. Elas estão a caminho. Lançamos melhorias em algumas ferramentas recentemente e continuaremos a fazê-lo. Cerca de 3% das ações de moderação são realizadas por meio de aplicativos de terceiros, e entramos em contato com as comunidades que moderam quase exclusivamente por meio desses aplicativos para garantir que atendamos às suas necessidades.
Moderadores, agradeço todo o tempo que vocês dedicaram a nós nesta semana, e também todo o tempo anterior. Seu feedback é inestimável. Respeitamos quando vocês e suas comunidades tomam medidas para destacar as coisas que vocês precisam, inclusive, às vezes, tornando-se privados.
Todos nós somos responsáveis por garantir que o Reddit seja um lugar aberto e acessível para que as pessoas encontrem comunidade e pertencimento.
Estarei aqui para responder perguntas, juntamente com outros administradores.- Assinado: Steve Huffman
P.S. O old.reddit.com não irá a lugar nenhum, e conteúdo explícito ainda é permitido no Reddit, desde que esteja em conformidade com nossa política de conteúdo.
Disclaimer: Essa postagem como mencionado em postagens anteriores é puramente informativa e não reflete a opinião da nossa administrador u/amazonika, e desta vez é um pronunciamento do representante global do Reddit, a thread original do OP está em inglês aqui: Addressing the community about changes to our API : reddit, e como de praxe a tradução foi feita às pressas e há erros de sintaxe, traduções literais errôneas e etc. para ver a versão traduzida pela API do Google Tradutor, disponibilizo o Archived da postagem traduzida e salva eternamente aqui: Dirigindo-se à comunidade sobre mudanças em nossa API: reddit (internet archive), caso deseje o link de tradução direto caso esteja em outros navegadores, aqui está: Addressing the community about changes to our API : reddit (www-reddit-com.translate.goog).
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2023.06.09 19:29 Advanced_Island3972 26/EU/PC FFXIV frens, fighting game spar partners, multiplayer terraria world and even more?

Heyo, Im looking for potential new people to tackle on current games or simply finding gaming frens for games stated or any kind of variety, Im open to new suggestions but Im also picky in terms of games
I play FFXIV for like 7 years now, despite doing hard content I did not get to know people closer outside of raid hours. As for fighting game guilty gear strive and street fighter 6 are my currently titles to go, waiting for upcoming ones too I always have this hidden craving to start new terria world again modded or not, would be cool to finally beat the game with someone and see how the world will go
As for other games I have quite big library so if youre interested in something else we can talk about it, example titles are: overwatch, risk of rain, core keeper, civ 6, warcraft 3, darktide and more
If interested hmu, I dont use reddit often but will try to respond asap
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2023.06.09 19:28 cat-eating-a-salad We are shutting down in protest of Reddit's api changes, and will not be reopening even if the decision is overturned.

Reddit's behavior toward the Apollo app developer is disgusting, and you can see more about it on their subreddit (https://www.reddit.com/apolloapp/comments/144f6xm/apollo_will_close_down_on_june_30th_reddits/).
I advise anyone seeing this post to screenshot or otherwise save the contents of your saved sections on your profile, download your data, and not just delete your profile but to scrub it clean before deleting by using j0bePowerDeleteSuite (https://github.com/j0be/PowerDeleteSuite).
Posts on reddit have been archived (https://www.makeuseof.com/how-to-see-deleted-reddit-posts/), so you can still access old posts for troubleshooting, download links, info, etc.

Do not support Reddit anymore. Don't buy premium, don't buy coins/awards.

I heard you can sell older, high karma accounts on eBay to spammers as revenge for the api change, but something tells me that's probably considered illegal/punishable. So be careful if you choose to go that route.
Ex-Redditors are flocking to lemmy (https://join-lemmy.org/) and tildes (https://tildes.net/) last I heard. I've joined tildes, and I'm considering trying out lemmy as well.
You can find more of my minecraft texture pack/datapack/mod content on https://www.planetminecraft.com/membeoslypsis/ There is a group on planetminecraft I moderate called The Crafting Table (https://www.planetminecraft.com/group/thecraftingtable/) that is similar to this subreddit in that it curates ideas and cool things to keep you motivated to play and build. It's still fairly new and we could, of course, use new members. I hope to see you all there, as PMC is a much kinder place than Reddit anyway. :)
I will remain on reddit until the end of the month, when Rif Is Fun shuts down (https://www.reddit.com/redditisfun/comments/144gmfq/rif_will_shut_down_on_june_30_2023_in_response_to/), as it has been my only method of using reddit at all. Even though this subreddit didn't get very popular and fell off in terms of use, I'm glad to have had people join and support it. Thank you.
I'll try to add links to the things I referenced here in a bit, as I'm on mobile, so it's difficult to go back and forth for sources. Bear with me. Done, and added some more info below.

EDIT: AMA is live NOW. Attend here: https://www.reddit.com/reddit/comments/145bram/addressing_the_community_about_changes_to_our_api/

Also, apparently there will be an AMA with spez over on reddit so he can answer questions relating to this API change at some point today (June 9th), though they didn't give a time of day. I'm guessing it'll be a bloodbath, so I hope I don't miss it. I haven't seen even one person in favor of the API changes. At best, people just don't realize what's going to happen on June 30th. Here's a summary of what is coming for Reddit as a whole, as I currently understand it.
This all adheres to the enshittification that all popular sites apparently must follow at some point as a rule of digital entropy in the capitalist world (https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/enshittification). Enshittification is defined as "The phenomenon of online platforms gradually degrading the quality of their services, often by promoting advertisements and sponsored content, in order to increase profits." So apparently this isn't even being done as a means of security, quality of the site, or some other excuse, but rather it's just part of the natural life cycle of online platforms. You've seen it happen to many other sites before if you've been on the web long enough.
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2023.06.09 19:18 Pydras 27 [M4F] BC/Canada/Online - Seeking someone to search the stars with

Maybe that title is a bit too cheesy, but I really do like exploring the night sky. Helps especially since my hometown was a great place to do so. That all aside, hello! I am Pydras, fat cat collector, lessor avatar of chaos, and most boring of all, corporate accountant. I am to find people to potentially connect with and see what develops. Whether that leads to friendship or something more will remain to be seen, but life is short so have to get out there and try!
A little more about me! As stated earlier, I am an operations accountant, based in interior BC. I am quite fond of cooking, and decent enough at it as well! I would say at least 67% of it would be tolerable to most people. Since my job is basically just sitting around all day, I try and workout at least three or four times a week to stay active and in shape. That being said I do have a sweet tooth that I am quite good at managing, except for my weakness of homemade baked goods. Art wise, I really have no skills in most of those areas except for writing (use to do some RP back in the day). Well, I do make quite the horrible MS Paint masterpiece if the inspiration hits, so that might count. Politically I am quite on the left side, and religion wise I tend to fall more into agnosticism and atheism.
For subject interests, my top three would probably have to be history, geography, and geology. One of my favourite things to do when bored is open Google maps and go to a random area and see what I can learn of those three for it. However, my absolute biggest interest and the one I hold closest to me is music. While I can't really play an instrument (have been trying to relearn piano), I usually have some sort of playlist on if I am not too busy or in a loud environment. I can literally go into paragraphs upon paragraphs about some of my favourite songs. Just about what I like about them, how they make me feel, etc. I am always up for sharing or creating playlists with someone, I truly feel like music is one of the better ways to get to know someone. My usual genres end up to alternative, indie, and math rock, but I will really just listen to anything that I like the sound of.
Hobby wise, it sort of depends on what time of the year it is. If the weather is nice in the spring or summer, I love to go for long walks and hiking. Just being out in nature beings a sense of relaxation and peace you can't get anywhere else. Plus, the views, just all the amazing views and secrets you can come upon. When the weather is not as pleasant or it is winter (so quite a few months here), I am usually found being a homebody. Probably no surprise, but gaming is a major filler of my time when I have nothing else to do. My main game right now is FFXIV, realized today that I have been playing it for over half a decade at this point, how time flies. I do enjoy the Paradox Interactive games as well, especially with all the amazing mods some of them have. Like music, I could spend hours talking about some of my favourite games. Would also love more people to play with, generally not picky about what, as long as you don't mind me potentially sucking. Gaming with people is always such a joy and fun time. I can be quite the reader if a particular book or series catches my attention. Once burned through a trilogy in a week since it captivated me so much. One of the dangers I found with me reading is I'll always go for one more chapter, then suddenly it is 3 am. Don't really have any specific genres in particular, though I am quite the sucker for some good worldbuilding.
I could probably keep rambling about myself, but why take away all the fun? As said before, I am looking for someone to see what kind of connection we can build. Location wise, for something more than friendship, you would likely have to be in Canada or have plans to move here. While I do enjoy all my friends in the US, I have no desire to move there unfortunately. Either way, if I intrigued your interests feel free to send me a DM and we can connect from there!
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2023.06.09 16:41 Kingofireland777 IMPORTANT: r/TheCitadel will be participating in the subreddit blackout from June 12th - June 14th to protest the planned API changes

So, although a recent poll showed that the majority of people do not use third-party apps, we are still very proud to announce that, as a Mod team, we have made the decision to take part in the 48-hour temp privatizing of the subreddit from June 12th to June 14th. This means no one will be able to post within the subreddit for that time interval.
We are doing this as a way to show solidarity with those who will be more affected by the change, in particular Blind, who will have a third-party app that helps them take part in Reddit potentially ripped away from them for no good reason than corporate greed.
We will be back once the 48 hours are up, and I personally will not touch Reddit during this time period.
As I'm sure some of ye know from talking to me on Discord, I am very passionate about this community. In fact, I have been working on a sort of timetable for the subreddit to possibly follow regarding events during the upcoming few months, but at the end of the day, it's the people who make up the community, Reddit is just the app and is basically a main way of connecting, but it is not the be all and end all. Hopefully, once the Reddit staff see how their decision is going to affect them, they will reconsider. However unlikely that may be, at least TheCitadel can say that we tried to do our part.
We hope you can understand our position and will stand with us during this time. It is the people who make the community, not the app. Read this post for a better understanding and info on what you can do to help, or check out this post on Fanfiction where the OP is better with words than I could ever be, but the point remains the same.
I suppose this brings us to the question regarding what you can do during that time since you can't visit the subreddit and view new posts.
Well, I got you covered for that too.
If you are looking for new fics to read, then check out the winners of the awards from a couple of months back-here
Or best fics read in Q1 post -here (Q2 best fics read post will be up on June 15th), Or check out our revamped archives (Masterlist) for SIs/ISOTs or time travel.
We have plenty to hold you over, all of which can be found on the subreddit menus, or just put"best fics" in the search bar if needs to be.
Needless to say, the discord will still be active and is going nowhere as long as I'm around. Feel free to join that, too. It might help with boredom, we do sprints for writers whenever they feel like it, and it's a good way to ask general questions and get feedback quickly. The link for that is here. We have a 400-plus-strong community!
Well, that's all I have for ye today, I'm sure this will get buried so I will make sure to do one last smaller reminder about 6 hours before I put the place on private but until then,
Thanks for reading.
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2023.06.09 16:25 vicenzajay Been using Klipper for several years - tried it on an Orange Pi Zero LTS (first gen.)

I've seen several questions on this and other platforms over the years concerning running Klipper from an Orange Pi. Usually those discussions center around higher-octane versions - at least the Zero 2 or Zero + or PC, but the original Zero is rarely, if ever, discussed.
I had an Orange Pi Zero in a box lying around from an older kickstarter campaign that included the board as a stretch goal. I decided to mess around with it a bit - including installing the small expansion board (extra USB slots) and enclosing it in a very compact, fan-friendly case. No pictures here - but I can take some if needed.
Eventually I decided to try to replace a Raspberry Pi 4B running Klipper for my modded Eryone Thinker SE with the Orange Pi Zero running Klipper and a USB camera. To cut to the chase:
- First - it works a treat. No perceived performance differences moving *way* down from the Pi 4B to the Orange Pi Zero running Klipper. In fact, if anything I'm really impressed with how well the little board is performing in this role. Fluidd's system resource monitor tab is showing that the OPi Zero is not breaking much of a sweat, either.
- Second - the USB camera (just using an old laptop add-on HP camera) works out of the box with this setup and Klipper (using Fluidd and Crowsnest) - didn't change anything except dropping the frame rate to 10fps. It's actually working *significantly better than the Pi 4B with a Raspi cam in this role (well, the frame rate is better - visuals aren't quite as sharp).
- Third - with this box, you *must* use Bullseye if you want to use Armbian with WiFi enabled. Any recent (last year) Jammy build does not recognize the WiFi on the OPi Zero (original) boxes. There are plenty of threads on various help forums documenting this. This is complicated, as if you go to the Armbian site, it will only show the new Jammy build on the page for the Orange Pi Zero. I wanted to go with the lighter Jammy build, but after three different attempts with new image builds, I punted and went to Armbian's archives and grabbed Bullseye for the Zero from several months ago. This worked perfectly right out of the box.
I won't post a "how to" on installing Kiauh, then Klipper, Moonraker, Fluidd, and Crowsnest here - there are plenty of tutorials on that in this forum and elsewhere. What I will note is that the small Zero box had no issues installing or firing up Klipper. I copied my Thinker SE printer.cfg from the Pi 4B to the OPi Zero, and the whole setup initialized perfectly on the very first attempt.
Hopefully this will encourage some that may have an original Orange Pi Zero lying around to not be afraid of using it for a Klipper rig.
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2023.06.09 16:12 Skolloc753 In case you need high quality pictures of Imperial architecture and environments for your campaign...

Darktide has now a new mod where in a self host map you can stop time and wander around without enemy interaction.
From servitor towers to gothic working halls or hidden archives and shrines to the Omnissiah, both as flair inspiration and with a bit of work as battlemaps Darktide has some stellar 40k environments.
You would need SoloPlay and CustomHUD for further UI/setting manipulation.
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2023.06.09 16:00 AutoModerator Daily Discussion - June 09, 2023

Talk about anything, music related or not. However, pop music gossip should be discussed in the Teatime & Trending Topics threads, linked below.
Please be respectful; normal rules still apply. Any comments found breaking the rules will be removed and you will be warned or banned.

Posts of Interest



2022 Anthemic Indie Pop Rate (MUNA vs. Maggie Rogers vs. Florence + The Machine vs. Mitski)
Anime Opening/Themes Rate
2022 Alt Club Rate (Sudan Archives/Kilo Kish/Shygirl)
00s Pop Punk Rate


Check out our official Spotify playlists here, updated each week!
If you use last.fm, you can create a collage here or here to display what you have listened to this week! Make sure you upload your collage to imgur, or it will change over time.
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2023.06.09 15:14 bvo710 Simler90 Core Mod or Lazy Duchess Random Sim Fixes mod?

I'm cleaning up and archiving my mods folder at the moment, and noticed I had both Simler90's core mod (https://modthesims.info/d/659969/simler90-s-gameplay-core-mod.html) and Lazy Duchess Random Sim Fixes 2.0 (https://modthesims.info/d/670722/random-sim-fixes-2-0.html).
I did not realize when adding the Lazy Duchess mod this past April, that it wouldn't work with Simler90's until I re-read the mod description this morning on the link above (I had already added Simler90's mod to my game last October). My thoughts after reading both is to delete the Lazy Duchess mod, and keep Simler90's, but wanted to see if anyone else was familiar with both, and might have a different view to share. If I delete the Lazy Duchess mod, has anyone found anything similar to this mod that I can use that won't conflict with Simler90's?
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2023.06.09 15:03 alabomb [IMPORTANT] Regarding the sitewide protest of reddit killing off all major third party apps

If you read the post title and are feeling a little bit lost, that's okay. It's been a crazy week.
Last weekend, we made an announcement detailing how reddit is planning to kill popular third party apps like Apollo, Reddit is Fun, Relay, Narwhal, BaconReader, Sync and more. This is the same move that Twitter pulled (and was widely derided for), only with pricing that's slightly cheaper but still so prohibitively expensive as to make the distinction irrelevant. Every third party developer has echoed the same response: "This is unrealistic, you're forcing us to shut down."
In response, over 3,000 subreddits (including us!) have organized a protest to make it clear to reddit that their blatant attempts to prop up their half-baked, insufficient mobile app by killing off the competition will not go unchallenged. What began with an open letter has progressed to a full on blackout of all participating subreddits after reddit demonstrated they were not interested in addressing our concerns with any meaningful action.
You all made it loud and clear in the previous thread that there's overwhelming support for our community to take part in the blackout. Originally, the plan was to blackout the subreddit for a 48-hour period, followed by a 7-day period in restricted mode where no new posts or comments could be made.
However, there's been some developments since then that you should be aware of:
We learned that the API pricing changes would also have a profound impact on users who rely on the accessibility features found in third party apps that are severely lacking or missing entirely in the official reddit app. You can find more information about the impact in this thread from the /Blind subreddit.
On June 7th, reddit CEO Steve Huffman (spez) and several other reddit admins held a closed call with a select group of moderators to discuss the upcoming changes to the API pricing model. You can find the moderator's notes of this call over on /ModCoord. Reddit also provided their own notes of the call which you can see stickied in the comments of the same thread. (Reddit's notes were originally posted in /PartnerCommunities which is a private subreddit for admins and mods to interact. Reddit gave permission for these notes to be shared publicly.)
There are a few takeaways from the call worth mentioning. Reddit did make a concession in exempting moderation tools/bots from the API changes. They have also promised to close the accessiblity gap in their own app, but provided no tangible examples or timelines as to how or when that might happen. Otherwise, they show absolutely no interest in budging on the ridiculous pricing scheme and seem content to watch every major third party application shut down.
There's another claim in the notes that bares further inspection: reddit claims that the lead developer of Apollo attempted to extort them for $10 million.
Yesterday, June 8th, the lead developer of Apollo posted an announcement confirming that the app would shut down. He also provided the receipts of his call with reddit, completely debunking the extortion claim. I strongly recommend reading the entire post for full context, but we'll link both the transcript and the audio directly for easy access. You can see that despite reddit apologizing multiple times for the apparent misunderstanding on the call, they still went ahead and posted their notes afterwards claiming he had "threatened" them. This is a deliberate act of deception designed to slander the developer and drive a wedge between users and third party developers.
So that brings us to now.
Today, June 9th, spez is holding an AMA to discuss the API. No time has been specified, but we encourage anybody with questions or concerns about the impending death of third party apps to participate. Might need to bring your own popcorn.
When we originally approached you all regarding the blackout, we wanted to be sure that any action we took as a mod team would align with the will of our community. The response was overwhelmingly in favor of participating, with many users even encouraging us to do a longer or indefinite blackout. Given reddit's abhorrent behavior in the last few days, we feel the only option left is to escalate our efforts. But just as before, we want to make sure you all are onboard before we pull the trigger.
Should we extend our blackout, and if so, for how long? A week, two weeks, until July 1st, indefinitely?
Should the community be in favor of an indefinite blackout, the mod team has been discussing ideas for how that would work. Right now we're considering the possibility of doing 7-day blackouts followed by reopening under restricted mode to gather community feedback as to whether or not we should continue. If the majority of people are still in favor, we do another 7-day blackout and repeat the process.
If you have other ideas besides what is listed above, please let us know. This is your community, so make yourselves heard.
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