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2010.10.14 19:03 FatKidNoFriends Who Would Win?

If you love to imagine the planet-exploding battles of the fictional gods who will never be, taking pointless knowledge gathered from a life spent reading and gaming and swinging it like a gladiator's sword in discussions on reddit... then welcome home, my friend. You are indeed where you belong. Come join our discussions, post your own battles and kick some ass!
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2017.08.27 00:36 Soulnexus

Soulnexus is a sub where Spiritual individuals gather to discuss the nature of the Universe and Ourselves. As always - it is up to the individual to use discernment and only use that which they find here, if it resonates with them. ♡ Trollish behavior may result in an immediate ban without warning. Harassment of visitors and forum participants is not welcome. Disclaimer: We do not endorse any type of cult/ hive mind thinking here at Soulnexus. DISCERNMENT is advised.
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2014.01.12 05:06 Bangtan Boys (BTS)

A subreddit dedicated to the South Korean boy group 방탄소년단, most commonly known as BTS, Beyond the Scene, or Bangtan Boys. News, images, videos, discussions, and anything else that relates are welcome!
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2023.06.10 23:24 sir_shivers /r/neolizardmen Protest-Protest DISCOURSE THREAD 🐊

GREETINGS, MAMMAL SCUM AND et cetera 🐊
THE DISCOURSE THREAD is for casual and off-topic conversation THAT DOES NOT merit its own submission. If you have a delightful meme, article, or question, please post it outside the DT. META DISCUSSION IS existential, but if you wish to acquire the attention of the mods, make a post in /all. For A COLLECTION OF useful links see our wiki or the website 🐊

ANNOUNCEMENTS^ 🐊

NEW GROUPS 🐊

RELEVANT LINKS FOR mammalian garbage 🐊

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2023.06.10 23:18 PonySaint /r/swrpg is going dark on June 12-14 in protest of Reddit's API changes.

This subreddit will be joining in on the June 12th-14th protest of Reddit's API changes that will essentially kill all 3rd party Reddit apps.

What's going on?

A recent Reddit policy change threatens to kill many beloved third-party mobile apps, making a great many quality-of-life features not seen in the official mobile app permanently inaccessible to users.
On May 31, 2023, Reddit announced they were raising the price to make calls to their API from being free to a level that will kill every third party app on Reddit, from Apollo to Reddit is Fun to Narwhal to BaconReader.
Even if you're not a mobile user and don't use any of those apps, this is a step toward killing other ways of customizing Reddit, such as Reddit Enhancement Suite or the use of the old.reddit.com desktop interface .
This isn't only a problem on the user level: many subreddit moderators depend on tools only available outside the official app to keep their communities on-topic and spam-free.

What's the plan?

On June 12th, many subreddits will be going dark to protest this policy. Some will return after 48 hours: others will go away permanently unless the issue is adequately addressed, since many moderators aren't able to put in the work they do with the poor tools available through the official app. This isn't something any of us do lightly: we do what we do because we love Reddit, and we truly believe this change will make it impossible to keep doing what we love.
The two-day blackout isn't the goal, and it isn't the end. Should things reach the 14th with no sign of Reddit choosing to fix what they've broken, we'll use the community and buzz we've built between then and now as a tool for further action.

What can you do as a user?

What can you do as a moderator?

Thank you for your patience in the matter,
-PonySaint
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2023.06.10 23:17 6745408 /r/ikeahacks will be going dark from June 12-14 in protest against Reddit's API changes which kill 3rd party apps (and all the other bullshit)

hey team! You most likely know the drill by now. This sub will close up for a few days. The full paste is below.
As always, PM me if you have any questions about this.

This subreddit will be joining in on the June 12th-14th protest of Reddit's API changes that will essentially kill all 3rd party Reddit apps.

What's going on?

A recent Reddit policy change threatens to kill many beloved third-party mobile apps, making a great many quality-of-life features not seen in the official mobile app permanently inaccessible to users.
On May 31, 2023, Reddit announced they were raising the price to make calls to their API from being free to a level that will kill every third party app on Reddit, from Apollo to Reddit is Fun to Narwhal to BaconReader.
Even if you're not a mobile user and don't use any of those apps, this is a step toward killing other ways of customizing Reddit, such as Reddit Enhancement Suite or the use of the old.reddit.com desktop interface .
This isn't only a problem on the user level: many subreddit moderators depend on tools only available outside the official app to keep their communities on-topic and spam-free.

What's the plan?

On June 12th, many subreddits will be going dark to protest this policy. Some will return after 48 hours: others will go away permanently unless the issue is adequately addressed, since many moderators aren't able to put in the work they do with the poor tools available through the official app. This isn't something any of us do lightly: we do what we do because we love Reddit, and we truly believe this change will make it impossible to keep doing what we love.
The two-day blackout isn't the goal, and it isn't the end. Should things reach the 14th with no sign of Reddit choosing to fix what they've broken, we'll use the community and buzz we've built between then and now as a tool for further action.

What can you do as a user?

  • Complain. Message the mods of /reddit.com, who are the admins of the site: message reddit: submit a support request: comment in relevant threads on /reddit, such as this one, leave a negative review on their official iOS or Android app- and sign your username in support to this post.
  • Spread the word. Rabble-rouse on related subreddits. Meme it up, make it spicy. Bitch about it to your cat. Suggest anyone you know who moderates a subreddit join the coordinated mod effort at /ModCoord.
  • Boycott and spread the word...to Reddit's competition! Stay off Reddit entirely on June 12th through the 13th- instead, take to your favorite non-Reddit platform of choice and make some noise in support!
  • Don't be a jerk. As upsetting this may be, threats, profanity and vandalism will be worse than useless in getting people on our side. Please make every effort to be as restrained, polite, reasonable and law-abiding as possible.

What can you do as a moderator?

Thank you for your patience in the matter,
me... the only mod.
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2023.06.10 23:14 ZeligD r/Yeezys going private, fam - Reddit API Protest 📢

TL;DR: Reddit CEO bad and half our mods use Apollo, as well as Discord bots to help with moderating, so we're locking off and joining the protest. Plus it gives me a chance to review auto mod actions and clean up the sub.
As many of you are already aware, Reddit has announced significant upcoming changes to their API that will have a big impact on users and moderation. There is currently a planned protest across hundreds of subreddits from the 12th June for 48 hours, and as a top 5% Sub, we're going to participate.

Why is there a protest?

Why yeezys?

We've grown massively over the past few weeks and are currently ranked in the top 5% of all subreddit's based on size. While we don't offer much to reddit as a platform as-is, it's important for the big subs to show solidarity to the developers that have devoted their lives to this platform, and protest with those that these changes will affect negatively (such as the visually impaired that rely on third party apps).

What about my post/question?

You can post again in a few days.
Our Discord Server is still open for use and you can post in there if it's urgent.

Some quick points;

I will also be going through automod's rules and seeing if there's anything that needs changing.
From the yeezys mods, thank you for your time. Message us on Discord if you need anything.
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2023.06.10 23:10 7upandsherbet In solidarity with other subreddits, r/Chicano will be going private June 12-14. In the meantime, you can still participate in the sub's discord.

Chicano will be joining the blackout on June 12-14, 2023, in solidarity with 3500+ subreddits.
As many of you are already aware, Reddit has announced significant changes to their API, the tool that allows third-party apps to interact with Reddit's platform that will have a serious impact to many users. There is currently a planned protest across hundreds of subreddits to black out on June 12th.
Third Party Reddit apps (such as Apollo, Reddit is Fun, Sync, and others) are going to become significantly more expensive for their developers to run, which will in turn either kill the apps, or result in a monthly fee to the users if they choose to use one of those apps to browse. Put simply, each request to Reddit within these mobile apps will cost the developer money. The developers of Apollo were quoted around $2 million per month for the current rate of usage. The only way for these apps to continue to be viable for the developer is if you (the user) pay a monthly fee, and realistically, this is most likely going to just outright kill them. Put simply: If you use a third party app to browse Reddit, you will most likely no longer be able to do so, or be charged a monthly fee to keep it viable. Apollo, Reddit is Fun, Sync have announced that they will be shutting down June 30, 2023
This isn't only a problem on the user level: many subreddit moderators depend on tools only available outside the official app to keep their communities on-topic and spam-free.
As well, NSFW Content is no longer going to be available in the API. This means that, even if 3rd party apps continue to survive, or even if you pay a fee to use a 3rd party app, you will not be able to access NSFW content on it. You will only be able to access it on the official Reddit app. Additionally, some service bots (such as video downloaders or maybe remindme bots) will not be able to access anything NSFW. In more major cases, it may become harder for moderators of NSFW subreddits to combat serious violations such as CSAM due to certain mod tools being restricted from accessing NSFW content.
Many users with visual impairments rely on 3rd-party applications in order to more easily interface with Reddit, as the official Reddit mobile app does not have robust support for visually-impaired users. Reddit is saying “non-commercial, accessibility-focused apps and tools will continue to have free access. We’re working with apps like RedReader and Dystopia and a few others to ensure they can continue to access the Data API.” RedReader granted non-commercial accessibility exemption
What can you do as a user?
What can you do as a moderator?
If you have any questions leave them in the comments and we'll get back to you.
- Chicano Mod Team
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2023.06.10 23:10 CLEBot [Game Thread] Astros (36-28) @ Guardians (30-33) - June 10, 2023

Astros (36-28) @ Guardians (30-33)

First Pitch: 6:10 PM at Progressive Field
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Astros J.P. France (1-1, 3.44 ERA) ATTH KBME, TUDN/KLAT (ES)
Guardians Triston McKenzie (0-0, 0.00 ERA) BSGL WMMS, MLB.com (ES)
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2023.06.10 23:09 Incognito_Mermaid r/bonjovi is joining the blackout on June 12th in protest of the upcoming API changes.

bonjovi will be joining in on the June 12th-14th protest of Reddit's API changes that will essentially kill all 3rd party Reddit apps.

As many of you are already aware, Reddit has announced significant changes to their API, the tool that allows third-party apps to interact with Reddit's platform that will have a serious impact to many users. There is currently a planned protest across hundreds of subreddits to black out on June 12th.
Third Party reddit apps (such as Apollo, Reddit is Fun, Sync, and others) are going to become significantly more expensive for their developers to run, which will in turn either kill the apps, or result in a monthly fee to the users if they choose to use one of those apps to browse. Put simply, each request to reddit within these mobile apps will cost the developer money. The developers of Apollo were quoted around $2 million per month for the current rate of usage. The only way for these apps to continue to be viable for the developer is if you (the user) pay a monthly fee, and realistically, this is most likely going to just outright kill them. Put simply: If you use a third party app to browse reddit, you will most likely no longer be able to do so, or be charged a monthly fee to keep it viable. Apollo, Reddit is Fun, Sync have announced that they will be shutting down June 30, 2023
This isn't only a problem on the user level: many subreddit moderators depend on tools only available outside the official app to keep their communities on-topic and spam-free.
As well, NSFW Content is no longer going to be available in the API. This means that, even if 3rd party apps continue to survive, or even if you pay a fee to use a 3rd party app, you will not be able to access NSFW content on it. You will only be able to access it on the official reddit app. Additionally, some service bots (such as video downloaders or maybe remindme bots) will not be able to access anything NSFW. In more major cases, it may become harder for moderators of NSFW subreddits to combat serious violations such as CSAM due to certain mod tools being restricted from accessing NSFW content.
Many users with visual impairments rely on 3rd-party applications in order to more easily interface with reddit, as the official reddit mobile app does not have robust support for visually-impaired users. Reddit is saying “non-commercial, accessibility-focused apps and tools will continue to have free access. We’re working with apps like RedReader and Dystopia and a few others to ensure they can continue to access the Data API.” RedReader granted non-commercial accessibility exemption

What can you do as a user?

What can you do as a moderator?

Thank you for your patience in the matter
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2023.06.10 23:02 AutoModerator Welcome! (please read)

If you're new around here and want to hit the ground running, we'll keep this brief:



That's it. Please be nice - if you're here because other places have let you down, take this as an opportunity for a reset moment both for chatting wrestling online, and helping out your community. Bring people along for the ride you're excited about. We hope you enjoy using the sub and are open to feedback.
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2023.06.10 22:59 vineetr r/IndiaInvestments will be going Private for 48 hours on June 12th, 2023

Hello indiainvestments,
The mod team has decided to take the sub private for two days starting 12th June at 12 AM, in Protest of Reddit's New API Policies and the threat they impose on Third-Party Apps' existence. We stand in solidarity with third party developers who've helped develop the mobile experience for years.
Relevant Readings on this Topic
What This Means?
It means that indiainvestments will go private and will not be accessible publicly for two days both via web or apps. The community will still be accessible on our Discord server.
Why This?
A recent Reddit policy change threatens to kill many beloved third-party mobile apps, making many quality-of-life features not seen in the official mobile app permanently inaccessible to users.
On May 31, 2023, Reddit announced they were raising the price to make calls to their API from being free to a level that will kill many useful third party apps on Reddit, from Apollo to Reddit is Fun to Narwhal to BaconReader. Additionally, third party apps will be forbidden from running ads, preventing them from recouping costs to access the Reddit API.
Apollo and Reddit is Fun have already decided to shutdown permanently on June 30.
This isn't a problem only on the user level: many subreddit moderators depend on tools only available outside the official app to keep their communities on-topic and spam-free. We strongly believe that Twitter-like pricing of the API is ridiculuous and disrespectful to the people who helped shape the experience of users into the front page of the internet.
What can you do?
You can sign the Open Letter here to make your voice heard. You do not need to be a moderator to sign it. Please remember to keep your feedback free of abusive language and personal attacks.
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2023.06.10 22:56 NightWorldPerson New mods

Hello Dramione community!
We have four new mods who have joined our team, u/Mr_Te_ah_tim_eh, u/sweetfuzzybitch, u/blue_anemoia and u/solidgoldtrash. Thank you to the new members to keep the subreddit safe and secure.
We will be updating the subreddit with the sidebar and the wiki this summer, if you have any suggestions, please message the mods or comment down below.
Thank you to everyone who filled out the survey! Even if you weren't picked, I took account of any suggestions or recommendations to help the subreddit.
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2023.06.10 22:51 innocii How much is a single energy credit worth in relation to our global economy?

How would one answer this question? Let's try together! There is one important thing in both Stellaris and our own reality, which is the same: The sun, our g-type main sequence star.
We can therefore indirectly compare energy credits and dollars, using the energy output of the sun.
So, how much energy is the sun producing in a month? Its output is 3.86 x 1026 watts[1] . Watts are equal to joules per second. A month has 60 x 60 x 24 x 30.42 = 2,628 x 106 seconds (assuming an average amount of days in a month). Multiplying the two we arrive at 1.0107288 x 1033 joule. Joule itself as a unit isn't terribly helpful yet, so we convert it to kWh, which you may already be familiar with from your energy bill. Dividing the energy value by 3.6 x 106 and we arrive at: 2.80758 x 1026 kWh.
We do have to assume that the dates depicted in Stellaris (which always starts at 2200-01-01) are the same lunar years that we experience. But this should be a fair assumption, considering that Sol is in the game, and the default empire is seemingly meant to be our own civilization.
You may already have heard about the concept of a Dyson Sphere. If you've played with Utopia, or frequent this subreddit, that is. It is a construct around a star (mostly encompassing it, though not exclusively [a] [b] [c] [d] [e] ), which harvests its full energy. In the game this is equivalent to 4000 energy credits.
It is at this point that we have to concede an inaccuracy: Obviously not all stars have the same luminosity, i.e. the same energy output. However, in the game, all stars are equal to one another, when measured through the Dyson Sphere scale (and we have no other possible scale). Mods do sometimes try to fix this issue (often relying on vague internal "planet" sizes), but as a result we cannot be certain about the value, as we can ascertain neither the actual mass nor luminosity of any star ingame.
As a result, we should not be putting too much effort into calculating an approximate energy price for our own reality either. It would be wasted effort, especially since we also do not know the effiency of future photovoltaic cells. Let it suffice to say, that energy prices through the last few hundred years (when evaluating coal and other energy sources apart from electricity too) have varied greatly, and as a result of inflation, continued to increase. Any estimation will be a rough guess at best.
We will therefore use the average energy price in the US through the years 2020 to 2023, i.e. $0.17 per 1kWh[2] . If we'd use european data, it'd be 0.24€ per 1kWh[3] instead (prices vary due to local production). Both values are using consumer pricing for households.
Continuing on, we can now assume 4000 energy credits are (very roughly due to the necessary assumptions) equivalent to
Consequently, a single energy credit is worth:
A truly unimaginable amount of wealth, compressed into a single digit.
Considering that in 2022 the world economy was recorded as $101 600 000 000 000 (breaking through 100 trillion dollars for the first time), a dyson sphere is worth as much economic power as 5 637 266 900 000 times (5.6372669 x 1012 ) our own human civilization encompasses. Maybe I should say 'any "early-space age" pre-FTL civilization'?
To put this into perspective (and end on a funny note): Any galactic civilization, with even just a single Dyson Sphere, would care about us approximately two times less than Bill Gates (with a net worth of $128 000 000 000[4] ) would about picking up a single penny ($0.01). And we know he said he wouldn't do it.
Economically speaking, we would never be contacted by an alien species, before it isn't as easy for them as waving their hand, or "value" in reaching us increases otherwise. Henceforth, I don't think anybody should be scared of (or excited about) aliens contacting us in our lifetime, sorry! (Though actually, with FTL travel existing, it might be that easy after all.)
Also: Upkeep for leaders is way too high. At this point governors aren't just ruling planets, they own them! And being a Clerk doesn't sound so bad anymore... Excuse me for a second, I need to invent time travel.
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2023.06.10 22:38 xocto2 In solidarity with those affected by Reddit's recent API changes, /r/MID will be temporarily going dark for 48 hours beginning June 12

TL;DR Reddit recently announced onerous API changes that have caused the closure of several third-party apps and denied important accessibility features to with visual impairments, among other concerning developments. In response to this several thousands of subreddits have chosen to temporarily go dark to protest. We will do the same beginning the start of June 12 ET at midnight and ending 48 hours later in the interest of solidarity.
Hi everyone. If you're not already aware, Reddit recently introduced changes to API pricing which have killed off third-party Reddit apps for mobile devices, such as Apollo, Reddit is Fun, Narwhal and Bacon Reader. Even if you don't use these apps, you will likely still have reasons to be concerned about the effects of such a change. Visually-impaired and blind users often rely on their accessibility features, not present in the official app or mobile web. Many moderators rely on the toolsets they provide to keep communities free of spam and functioning effectively. And broadly, while this change only concerns mobile apps, it marks a troubling shift away from the allowances for our ability to customize our experience on this site, whether you use the old reddit interface on desktop, Reddit Enhancement Suite or any of various common enhancements. We should be able to have the confidence that Reddit will not wreck the tools we've come to rely on when they become inconvenient for administration—right now, whatever reassurances are made, we can't know that.
An open letter was released calling attention to these issues, and in the interests of damage control Reddit staff has attempted to assuage community concerns with little success. These responses are simply insufficient and have unfortunately done a lot to bring us to this point. In solidarity with other communities, MID will temporarily go dark beginning the start of June 12 midnight ET, and lasting 48 hours thereafter.
Our community is objectively tiny and not very high stakes, but being this is a very small, temporary gesture on our part we felt it important to register our discontent towards site policy which seems increasingly unconcerned with and contemptuous towards the needs of its userbase. We appreciate your understanding and should reiterate this is simply a temporary reluctant measure for a just cause—regular MID access will resume shortly and it shouldn't affect your experience much.
Fangz,
xocto
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2023.06.10 22:36 Tervia Should /r/evnova join the blackout in protest of Reddit's API changes?

tl;dr Reddit's shutting down third party apps at the expense of usability and in the name of profit, and is acting like the Bureau in the process. Should we join the sitewide blackout starting on June 12th, be it for 48 hours or indefinitely, to pressure reddit to rescind these changes so that third party apps may continue?
Hiya,
As you're probably aware, many subreddits will be shutting down on June 12th through the 14th in protest of recent API changes announced by Reddit. These will charge relatively high rates above a certain threshold, similar to Twitter, and would have the effect of killing major third party Reddit apps. Reddit is not obligated to run features at cost, of course. And if the API is a financial burden, then it seems appropriate to have larger users share the burden. But charging rates that would be likely be several times in excess of what the average user brings Reddit in ad revenue, while forbidding third party apps from running ads of their own, makes it clear that they do not want to share the financial load. They want to kill competition to their official app. People who use third party mobile apps trust their app of choice over the official one for better user experience, mod tools, or accessibility features, and the official one demands much more of your personal data. The official reddit app does not play nice with screen readers on iOS, so those who are visually impaired have to rely on third party reddit apps instead. Even if you don't use a third party app, there's a good chance that a poster or commenter you liked does. One of the third party apps, Apollo, even got a name drop and other shoutouts by Apple in their latest Worldwide Developer Conference keynote, To lose these apps would be a loss to the community.

Reddit's "PR" Campaign

In the process to rolling this out, Reddit has not enkindled much, if any, goodwill, I'd argue. They've gone to blame the developer of iOS third party app Apollo of "excessive" API overuse despite staying within currently sanctioned limits. They have accused the same app developer of "threatening" reddit:
Steve (Steve Huffman, i.e. spez, Reddit CEO) : "Apollo threatened us, said they’ll “make it easy” if Reddit gave them $10 million."
Steve: "This guy behind the scenes is coercing us. He's threatening us."
Even after Reddit admitted on a recorded phone call that said perception was a misunderstanding:
Christian Selig (i.e. iamthatis, Apollo app developer): "I said 'If you want Apollo to go quiet'. Like in terms of- I would say it's quite loud in terms of its API usage."
Reddit: "Oh. Go quiet as in that. Okay, got it. Got it. Sorry."
Reddit: "That's a complete misinterpretation on my end. I apologize. I apologize immediately."
And then accused the same developer of gaslighting the community... with no evidence presented:
Steve: His “joke” is the least of our issues. His behavior and communications with us has been all over the place—saying one thing to us while saying something completely different externally; recording and leaking a private phone call—to the point where I don’t know how we could do business with him.
Christian: Please feel free to give examples where I said something differently in public versus what I said to you. I give you full permission.
It would have honestly felt better if they were just announcing that they were killing third party app access outright. But instead, we've been presented with a pricing structure that looks like it was meant specifically to kill third party apps, them acting like that isn't, and accusing third party app devs of being incompetent instead of asking themselves why others would want to use apps that aren't theirs in the first place. spez's latest AMA yesterday is only more salt in the wound, offering only token concessions so that a few accessibility-focused third party apps can continue unharmed, while other third party apps have announced their shutdowns because of these changes:
Apollo (iOS app): Apollo will close down on June 30th. Reddit’s recent decisions and actions have unfortunately made it impossible for Apollo to continue. Thank you so, so much for all the support over the years. ❤️
Reddit is Fun (Android app): RIF will shut down on June 30, 2023, in response to Reddit's API changes
Sync for Reddit (Android app): Sync will shut down on June 30, 2023
Relay for Reddit (Android app): The pricing is prohibitively expensive and it cannot be ad supported. And, even if you paid a subscription fee of several dollars a month to continue to use Relay, you still wouldn't have access to any NSFW content in it. My opinion is that they want third party apps gone despite saying otherwise.

The Bigger Picture

And these changes are not being done in a vacuum. Reddit has made other changes to take features away from this site and what people have built on top of it. Namely:
Spez said in the latest AMA that old.reddit, the original desktop website for reddit, isn't going away. Then again, Spez also said years ago that "The API isn't going anywhere", and while it isn't going away, it is going towards places that will be worse for us all. That, combined with a list of broken promises, as compiled by the mods of /AskHistorians, makes Reddit's word as solid as Drop Bear Repellent is effective, in my eyes (though Reddit has been making improvements, in fairness).

Should we do something in response to this?

Now, that brings things to this sub.
/evnova is a very niche subreddit. While new reddit is happy to claim we are within the top 20% of subreddits in size, we are ultimately about a 20+ year old series of abandonware single player games. Modders and wiki editors like SharkyNebula and developers like Peter Cartwright with Cosmic Frontier: Override keep this series alive, but things are generally quiet for the most part.
Over 4,000 subreddits have announced some form of shutdown in protest of Reddit's API changes. Most people on this website probably don't know this subreddit even exists, but together with several default subs, I am open to joining as a means to show that we are willing to sacrifice our place here in the hopes that the collective pressure with other subs will compel reddit to revise or rescind these changes, so that major third party apps may continue to exist and that their users - members of all the communities around us - may continue to enjoy them. As a site dependent on user content and volunteer moderation, Reddit is nothing without its userbase, and with a show of protest and maybe some bad press, perhaps Reddit will change their mind. If it doesn't work, then, well, it'll beat doing nothing and having it happen anyways, and I guess that'll shows how much reddit values you, the user. And with comments from the CEO like:
We’ll continue to be profit-driven until profits arrive. Unlike some of the 3P apps, we are not profitable.
If this goes through unabated, what feature will reddit put on the chopping block next?
Now, with all this wall of text said, I have said many times that I am an absentee mod here. I do not believe that I have the authority to unilaterally shut down the subreddit. So I come here to ask you, the memberbase: Should we join the subreddit blackout, be it for 48 hours or indefinitely until Reddit backtracks on their changes and allows major 3rd party apps to continue?
Please leave your feedback here. A decision will be made in no more than 24 hours based on what you think and say.
Thank you,
Tervia
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2023.06.10 22:34 eliza__cassan r/DeuEx will be joining in on the June 12th-14th protest of Reddit's API changes that will essentially kill all 3rd party Reddit apps

What's going on?

A recent Reddit policy change threatens to kill many beloved third-party mobile apps, making a great many quality-of-life features not seen in the official mobile app permanently inaccessible to users.
On May 31, 2023, Reddit announced they were raising the price to make calls to their API from being free to a level that will kill every third party app on Reddit, from Apollo to Reddit is Fun to Narwhal to BaconReader.
Even if you're not a mobile user and don't use any of those apps, this is a step toward killing other ways of customizing Reddit, such as Reddit Enhancement Suite or the use of the old.reddit.com desktop interface .
This isn't only a problem on the user level: many subreddit moderators depend on tools only available outside the official app to keep their communities on-topic and spam-free.

What's the plan?

On June 12th, many subreddits will be going dark to protest this policy. Some will return after 48 hours: others will go away permanently unless the issue is adequately addressed, since many moderators aren't able to put in the work they do with the poor tools available through the official app. This isn't something any of us do lightly: we do what we do because we love Reddit, and we truly believe this change will make it impossible to keep doing what we love.
The two-day blackout isn't the goal, and it isn't the end. Should things reach the 14th with no sign of Reddit choosing to fix what they've broken, we'll use the community and buzz we've built between then and now as a tool for further action.

What can you do as a user?

What can you do as a moderator?

Thank you for your patience in the matter,
-Mod Team
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2023.06.10 22:24 WalnutGaming Heads up: /r/flightradar24 is going dark on June 12th.

/Flightradar24 will be joining in on the June 12th-14th protest of Reddit's API changes that will essentially kill all 3rd party Reddit apps.

What's going on?

A recent Reddit policy change threatens to kill many beloved third-party mobile apps, making a great many quality-of-life features not seen in the official mobile app permanently inaccessible to users.
On May 31, 2023, Reddit announced they were raising the price to make calls to their API from being free to a level that will kill every third party app on Reddit, from Apollo to Reddit is Fun to Narwhal to BaconReader.
Even if you're not a mobile user and don't use any of those apps, this is a step toward killing other ways of customizing Reddit, such as Reddit Enhancement Suite or the use of the old.reddit.com desktop interface .
This isn't only a problem on the user level: many subreddit moderators — some of our own included! — depend on tools only available outside the official app to keep our communities on-topic and spam-free.

What's the plan?

On June 12th, many subreddits will be going dark to protest this policy. Some will return after 48 hours: others will go away permanently unless the issue is adequately addressed, since many moderators aren't able to put in the work they do with the poor tools available through the official app. This isn't something any of us do lightly: we do what we do because we love Reddit and the flight tracking community, and we truly believe this change will make it difficult to impossible to keep doing what we love.
The two-day blackout isn't the goal, and it isn't the end. Should things reach the 14th with no sign of Reddit choosing to fix what they've broken, we’re open to other action, including continued blackouts and utilizing the community and buzz we've built between then and now as a tool for further action.

What can you do as a user?

What can you do as a moderator?

Thank you for your patience in the matter,
- flightradar24 Mod Team
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2023.06.10 22:02 rbxVexified /r/APStudents will be joining the June 12 to June 14 Reddit API blackout

This subreddit will be joining in on the June 12th-14th protest of Reddit's API changes that will essentially kill all 3rd party Reddit apps.

What's going on?

A recent Reddit policy change threatens to kill many beloved third-party mobile apps, making a great many quality-of-life features not seen in the official mobile app permanently inaccessible to users.
On May 31, 2023, Reddit announced they were raising the price to make calls to their API from being free to a level that will kill every third-party app on Reddit, from Apollo to Reddit is Fun to Narwhal to BaconReader.
Even if you're not a mobile user and don't use any of those apps, this is a step toward killing other ways of customizing Reddit, such as Reddit Enhancement Suite or the use of the old.reddit.com desktop interface.
This isn't only a problem on the user level: many subreddit moderators depend on tools only available outside the official app to keep their communities on-topic and spam-free.

What's the plan?

On June 12th, many subreddits will be going dark to protest this policy. Some will return after 48 hours: others will go away permanently unless the issue is adequately addressed since many moderators aren't able to put in the work they do with the poor tools available through the official app. This isn't something any of us do lightly: we do what we do because we love Reddit, and we truly believe this change will make it impossible to keep doing what we love.
The two-day blackout isn't the goal, and it isn't the end. Should things reach the 14th with no sign of Reddit choosing to fix what they've broken, we'll use the community and buzz we've built between then and now as a tool for further action.

What can you do as a user?

What can you do as a moderator?

Thank you for your patience in the matter,
-Mod Team
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2023.06.10 22:00 uomo_nero This subreddit will be joining in on the June 12th-14th protest of Reddit's API changes that will essentially kill all 3rd party Reddit apps.

Hello Confessers!
You must have noticed by now that many subreddits are transitioning into 'dark' mode (meaning they're becoming restricted, not locked) on the 12th. Our subreddit, confess, will follow suit and enter this phase for a handful of days.

This subreddit will be joining in on the June 12th-14th protest of Reddit's API changes that will essentially kill all 3rd party Reddit apps.

What's going on?

A recent Reddit policy change threatens to kill many beloved third-party mobile apps, making a great many quality-of-life features not seen in the official mobile app permanently inaccessible to users.
On May 31, 2023, Reddit announced they were raising the price to make calls to their API from being free to a level that will kill every third party app on Reddit, from Apollo to Reddit is Fun to Narwhal to BaconReader.
Even if you're not a mobile user and don't use any of those apps, this is a step toward killing other ways of customizing Reddit, such as Reddit Enhancement Suite or the use of the old.reddit.com desktop interface .
This isn't only a problem on the user level: many subreddit moderators depend on tools only available outside the official app to keep their communities on-topic and spam-free.

What's the plan?

On June 12th, many subreddits will be going dark to protest this policy. Some will return after 48 hours: others will go away permanently unless the issue is adequately addressed, since many moderators aren't able to put in the work they do with the poor tools available through the official app. This isn't something any of us do lightly: we do what we do because we love Reddit, and we truly believe this change will make it impossible to keep doing what we love.
The two-day blackout isn't the goal, and it isn't the end. Should things reach the 14th with no sign of Reddit choosing to fix what they've broken, we'll use the community and buzz we've built between then and now as a tool for further action.

What can you do as a user?

What can you do as a moderator?

Thank you for your patience in the matter,
-Mod Team
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2023.06.10 21:52 ThatOneRoadie /r/HomeServer Will be going dark beginning June 12th in protest of reddit's exorbitant API price changes.

For those of you not following along, here’s a post from the amazing mod team at askhistorians explaining the context.

What's going on?

A recent Reddit policy change threatens to kill many beloved third-party mobile apps, making a great many quality-of-life features not seen in the official mobile app permanently inaccessible to users.
On May 31, 2023, Reddit announced they were raising the price to make calls to their API from being free to a level that will kill every third party app on Reddit, from Apollo to Reddit is Fun to Narwhal to BaconReader.
Even if you're not a mobile user and don't use any of those apps, this is a step toward killing other ways of customizing Reddit, such as Reddit Enhancement Suite or the use of the old.reddit.com desktop interface .
This isn't only a problem on the user level: many subreddit moderators depend on tools only available outside the official app to keep their communities on-topic and spam-free.

What's the plan?

On June 12th, many subreddits will be going dark to protest this policy. Some will return after 48 hours: others will go away permanently unless the issue is adequately addressed, since many moderators aren't able to put in the work they do with the poor tools available through the official app. This isn't something any of us do lightly: we do what we do because we love Reddit, and we truly believe this change will make it impossible to keep doing what we love.
The two-day blackout isn't the goal, and it isn't the end. Should things reach the 14th with no sign of Reddit choosing to fix what they've broken, we'll use the community and buzz we've built between then and now as a tool for further action.

What can you do as a user?

What can you do as a moderator?

Thank you for your patience in the matter,
-The /HomeServer Mod Team
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2023.06.10 21:49 Daniel7394 2023 Italian GP: MotoGP Warm Up, MotoGP, Moto2 & Moto3 Pre-Race, Rider Fan Parade & Red Bull Rookies Cup Race 2 Discussion

2023 Italian GP: MotoGP Warm Up, MotoGP, Moto2 & Moto3 Pre-Race, Rider Fan Parade & Red Bull Rookies Cup Race 2 Discussion

Welcome! to the /MotoGP MotoGP Warm Up, MotoGP, Moto2 & Moto3 Pre-Race, Rider Fan Parade & Red Bull Rookies Cup Race 2 thread for the Italian GP!
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MotoGP Warm up 09:45 - 09:55 Here
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Gran Premio d'Italia Oakley:
Length: 5.25 Km (3.26 Miles)
Distance: MotoGP Sprint: 10 laps MotoGP Race: 23 laps, 120.64 km (74.96 miles) Moto2: 21 laps, 110.15 km (68.44 miles) Moto3: 20 laps, 104.9 km (65.18 miles) MotoE: 20 laps, 83.7 km (52.01 miles)
All Time Lap Record: MotoGP: Fabio Quartararo, Monster Energy Yamaha MotoGP, 2021, 1:45.187 Moto2: Raul Fernandez, Red Bull KTM Ajo, 2021, 1:50.616 Moto3: Tatsuki Suzuki, Sic58 Squadra Corse, 2021, 1'56.001 MotoE: TBC After FP1
2022 Pole Position: MotoGP: Fabio Di Giannantonio, Ducati, 1:46.156 Moto2: Aron Canet, Kalex, 1'51.121 Moto3: Deniz Öncü, KTM, 1'56.811
2022 Fastest Race Lap: MotoGP: Francesco Bagnaia, Ducati, 1'46.588 Moto2: Augusto Fernandez, Kalex, 1'52.323 Moto3: Riccardo Rossi, Honda, 1'57.234
2022 Winners: MotoGP: Francesco Bagnaia, Ducati Lenovo Team Moto2: Pedro Acosta, Red Bull KTM Ajo Moto3: Sergio Garcia, Valresa GASGAS Aspar Team
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2023.06.10 21:45 TheWalkingTroll Starting on June 12th, /r/softwaregore will go private in protest of upcoming Reddit API changes that will kill 3rd-party apps

What's going on?

A recent Reddit policy change threatens to kill many beloved third-party mobile apps, making a great many quality-of-life features not seen in the official mobile app permanently inaccessible to users.
On May 31, 2023, Reddit announced they were raising the price to make calls to their API from being free to a level that will kill every third party app on Reddit, from Apollo to Reddit is Fun to Narwhal to BaconReader.
Even if you're not a mobile user and don't use any of those apps, this is a step toward killing other ways of customizing Reddit, such as Reddit Enhancement Suite or the use of the old.reddit.com desktop interface .
This isn't only a problem on the user level: many subreddit moderators depend on tools only available outside the official app to keep their communities on-topic and spam-free.

What's the plan?

On June 12th, many subreddits will be going dark to protest this policy. Some will return after 48 hours: others will go away permanently unless the issue is adequately addressed, since many moderators aren't able to put in the work they do with the poor tools available through the official app. This isn't something any of us do lightly: we do what we do because we love Reddit, and we truly believe this change will make it impossible to keep doing what we love.
The two-day blackout isn't the goal, and it isn't the end. Should things reach the 14th with no sign of Reddit choosing to fix what they've broken, we'll use the community and buzz we've built between then and now as a tool for further action.

What can you do as a user?

What can you do as a moderator?

Thank you for your patience in the matter!
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2023.06.10 21:44 MolyPrim r/BleachBraveSouls community voted to join the protest on June 12th-14th about the upcoming API changes

BleachBraveSouls community voted to join the protest on June 12th-14th about the upcoming API changes
https://preview.redd.it/cb45mg2as85b1.jpg?width=663&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=09bc648669ed97dfa1d1f985ccfe27947a1a7c68
Out of 450 votes, the community has chosen with 82% (yes) to join the protest.
Reminder that Reddit CEO made an AMA that hasn't answered all the questions around the topic :

If you are completely unaware of what the whole uproar is about, askhistorians did an amazing writeup about it.
What is an API? You keep hearing about it but no one is really explaining it.
An API stands for Application Programming Interface. It’s a middleman that lets two different sets of software talk to each other - in this specific case reddit provides its API for 3rd party developers, and the API is called every time the app interacts with the reddit software specific ways - fetching content, votes, comments, when you vote, etc.
Reddit has decided to charge for use of their API. This is a very fair thing for Reddit to do. Many apps do this as a way to inject sustainable income into their product to help pay for things. What the conflict is about is Reddit’s pricing model is orders of magnitude higher than other APIs. Reddit is asking for $12000 for 50 million API requests, while imgur only charges $166 for 50 million API requests. You can see why developers are upset and shuttering their apps.
What's going on?
A recent Reddit policy change threatens to kill many beloved third-party mobile apps, making a great many quality-of-life features not seen in the official mobile app permanently inaccessible to users.
On May 31, 2023, Reddit announced they were raising the price to make calls to their API from being free to a level that will kill every third-party app on Reddit, from Apollo to Reddit is Fun to Narwhal to BaconReader to Boost.
Even if you're not a mobile user and don't use any of those apps, this is a step toward killing other ways of customizing Reddit, such as Reddit Enhancement Suite or the use of the old.reddit.com desktop interface. This isn't only a problem on the user level: many subreddit moderators depend on tools only available outside the official app to keep their communities on-topic and spam-free.
What's the plan?
On June 12th, many subreddits will be going dark to protest this policy. Some will return after 48 hours: others will go away permanently unless the issue is adequately addressed since many moderators aren't able to put in the work they do with the poor tools available through the official app. This isn't something any of us do lightly: we do what we do because we love Reddit, and we truly believe this change will make it impossible to keep doing what we love.
The two-day blackout isn't the goal, and it isn't the end. Should things reach the 14th with no sign of Reddit choosing to fix what they've broken, we'll use the community and buzz we've built between then and now as a tool for further action.
An open letter on the state of affairs regarding the API pricing and third party apps and how that will impact moderators and communities.
What can you do?
  1. Complain. Message the mods of reddit.com, who are the admins of the site: message reddit : submit a support request: comment in relevant threads on reddit, such as this one, leave a negative review on their official iOS or Android app- and sign your username in support to this post.
  2. Spread the word. Rabble-rouse on related subreddits. Meme it up, make it spicy. Bitch about it to your cat. Suggest anyone you know who moderates a subreddit join us at our sister sub at ModCoord but please don't pester mods you don't know by simply spamming their modmail.
  3. Boycott and spread the word...to Reddit's competition! Stay off Reddit entirely on June 12th through the 13th. Instead, take to your favourite non-Reddit platform of choice and make some noise in support!
  4. Don't be a jerk. As upsetting as this may be, threats, profanity and vandalism will be worse than useless in getting people on our side. Please make every effort to be as restrained, polite, reasonable and law-abiding as possible.

What Will Be Happening on 12th

During the protest the subreddit is either going to turn private or on read-only. No interaction new threads or comments will be published during this period. While we understand that some might not agree with this initiative it has been voted by the community as a whole.
It is time to guard the Seireitei for those that need help or cannot defend themselves, therefore the walls and its four gates around it will be closed
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2023.06.10 21:41 lucavigno How much harder is hard mode compared to normal mode?

I've started Ng+ on normal mode but I find it quite easy with a level 66 sorcerer. So I wanted to start a completely new game maybe with a different vocation and try hard mode. I saw that on the wiki it said that I take more damage and the enemies stagger limit is tripled, also I get way more money and dp; I wanted to know how that translate to gameplay, since I think I'm going to play as a strider, to have a very different gameplay.
Also I wanted to install some mod, right now I only have installed a mod that lets me run for more, but since I want to install more that one I wanted to know how to do that, if there is a guide that teaches how to install more than one mod I would like to know.
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