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#Carolina Panthers at Chicago Bears

ESPN Gamecast

Soldier Field- Chicago, IL

Network(s): PRIME VIDEO (All prime games are streamed on twitch for free)

Injury Report

Team Player Status
CHI Terell Smith Out
CHI Dominique Robinson Out
CHI Velus Jones Jr. Out
CHI Tremaine Edmunds Out
CHI Khari Blasingame Out
CAR Laviska Shenault Jr. Out
CAR Stephen Sullivan Out
CAR Nash Jensen Out
CAR CJ Henderson Out
CAR Brian Burns Out

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submitted 3 months ago by [email protected] to c/[email protected]

Most of the time when people say they have an unpopular opinion, it turns out it's actually pretty popular.

Do you have some that's really unpopular and most likely will get you downvoted?

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#Indianapolis Colts at New England Patriots

ESPN Gamecast

Network(s): NFL NET

Injury Report

Team Player Status
NE Tyrone Wheatley Jr. Injured Reserve
NE Sam Roberts Out
NE DeVante Parker Out
NE J.C. Jackson Out
NE Will Grier Out
IND Grant Stuard Questionable
IND Josh Downs Questionable
IND Zaire Franklin Questionable
IND Alec Pierce Questionable
IND JuJu Brents Out

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#Denver Broncos at Buffalo Bills

ESPN Gamecast

Highmark Stadium- Orchard Park, NY

Network(s): ABC ESPN

Injury Report

Team Player Status
BUF Baylon Spector Out
BUF Micah Hyde Out
BUF Germain Ifedi Out
BUF Poona Ford Out
BUF Alec Anderson Out
DEN JL Skinner Out
DEN Ben Niemann Out
DEN Thomas Incoom Out
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submitted 5 months ago* (last edited 5 months ago) by [email protected] to c/[email protected]

i can't stand megathreads -- no one reads these! no one wants their posts banished there!

submitted 5 months ago by [email protected] to c/[email protected]

The mastodon and lemmy content I’m seeing feels like 90% of it comes from people who are:

  • ~30 years old or older

  • tech enthusiasts/workers

  • linux users

There’s nothing wrong with that particular demographic or anything, but it doesn’t feel like a win to me if the entire fediverse is just one big monoculture.

I wonder what it is that is keeping more diverse users away? Is picking a server/federation too complicated? Or is it that they don’t see any content that they like?


submitted 5 months ago* (last edited 5 months ago) by [email protected] to c/[email protected]

Edit: obligatory explanation (thanks mods for squaring me away)...

What you see via the UI isn't "all that exists". Unlike Reddit, where everything is a black box, there are a lot more eyeballs who can see "under the hood". Any instance admin, proper or rogue, gets a ton of information that users won't normally see. The attached example demonstrates that while users will only see upvote/downvote tallies, admins can see who actually performed those actions.

Edit: To clarify, not just YOUR instance admin gets this info. This is ANY instance admin across the Fediverse.

submitted 6 months ago by [email protected] to c/[email protected]

I'm going to miss AITA. Even if someone makes it a community, it will take a long time to populate.

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submitted 4 months ago by [email protected] to c/[email protected]

Inspired by the linked XKCD. Using 60% instead of 50% because that's an easy filter to apply on rottentomatoes.

I'll go first: I think "Sherlock Holmes: A game of Shadows" was awesome, from the plot to the characters ,and especially how they used screen-play to highlight how Sherlocks head works in these absurd ways.

submitted 4 months ago by [email protected] to c/[email protected]

Its like Hillary walking into a working class kitchen for the first time.

They've been shielded from even critical support of China and other AES for so long they literally, not figuratively, literally cannot process that people exist that have beliefs that aren't Reddit Approved. They immediately assume it's bots or wumao. Human beings can't possibly hold these beliefs, so they must be Oriental hordes or actual robots.

submitted 5 months ago* (last edited 5 months ago) by [email protected] to c/[email protected]

hey folks, we'll be quick and to the point with this one:

we have made the decision to defederate from lemmy.world and sh.itjust.works. we recognize this is hugely inconvenient for a wide variety of reasons, but we think this is a decision we need to take immediately. the remainder of the post details our thoughts and decision-making on why this is necessary.

we have been concerned with how sustainable the explosion of new users on Lemmy is--particularly with federation in mind--basically since it began. i have already related how difficult dealing with the explosion has been just constrained to this instance for us four Admins, and increasingly we're being confronted with external vectors we have to deal with that have further stressed our capabilities (elaborated on below).

an unfortunate reality we've also found is we just don't have the tools or the time here to parse out all the good from all the bad. all we have is a nuke and some pretty rudimentary mod powers that don't scale well. we have a list of improvements we'd like to see both on the moderation side of Lemmy and federation if at all possible--but we're unanimous in the belief that we can't wait on what we want to be developed here. separately, we want to do this now, while the band-aid can be ripped off with substantially less pain.

aside from/complementary to what's mentioned above, our reason for defederating, by and large, boils down to:

  • these two instances' open registration policy, which is extremely problematic for us given how federation works and how trivial it makes trolling, harassment, and other undesirable behavior;
  • the disproportionate number of moderator actions we take against users of these two instances, and the general amount of time we have to dedicate to bad actors on those two instances;
  • our need to preserve not only a moderated community but a vibe and general feeling this is actually a safe space for our users to participate in;
  • and the reality that fulfilling our ethos is simply not possible when we not only have to account for our own users but have to account for literally tens of thousands of new, completely unvetted users, some of whom explicitly see spaces like this as desirable to troll and disrupt and others of whom simply don't care about what our instance stands for

as Gaywallet puts it, in our discussion of whether to do this:

There's a lot of soft moderating that happens, where people step in to diffuse tense situations. But it's not just that, there's a vibe that comes along with it. Most people need a lot of trust and support to open up, and it's really hard to trust and support who's around you when there are bad actors. People shut themselves off in various ways when there's more hostility around them. They'll even shut themselves off when there's fake nice behavior around. There's a lot of nuance in modding a community like this and it's not just where we take moderator actions- sometimes people need to step in to diffuse, to negotiate, to help people grow. This only works when everyone is on the same page about our ethos and right now we can't even assess that for people who aren't from our instance, so we're walking a tightrope by trying to give everyone the benefit of the doubt. That isn't sustainable forever and especially not in the face of massive growth on such a short timeframe.

Explicitly safe spaces in real life typically aren't open to having strangers walk in off the street, even if they have a bouncer to throw problematic people out. A single negative interaction might require a lot of energy to undo.

and, to reiterate: we understand that a lot of people legitimately and fairly use these instances, and this is going to be painful while it's in effect. but we hope you can understand why we're doing this. our words, when we talk about building something better here, are not idle platitudes, and we are not out to build a space that grows at any cost. we want a better space, and we think this is necessary to do that right now. if you disagree we understand that, but we hope you can if nothing else come away with the understanding it was an informed decision.

this is also not a permanent judgement (or a moral one on the part of either community's owner, i should add--we just have differing interests here and that's fine). in the future as tools develop, cultures settle, attitudes and interest change, and the wave of newcomers settles down, we'll reassess whether we feel capable of refederating with these communities.

thanks for using our site folks.

submitted 4 months ago by [email protected] to c/[email protected]

Please note this is just a beta and there are going to be bugs, but it works and it works nicely. Have fun.

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Lemmy.ml has now blocked Threads.net

submitted 4 months ago by [email protected] to c/[email protected]

With the number of people concerned about privacy, it is a wonder why chrome is even popular.

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submitted 4 months ago* (last edited 4 months ago) by [email protected] to c/[email protected]

I was just browsing a thread on c/nfl looking for new mods. There were multiple 12+ year Redditors there offering to help.

Got me wondering. There are 14,000 of us in this community. How many of us are ten year plus users who have just had enough?

Edit: I didn't expect this post to be as poignant as it became. There are so many of you... I can't reply to everyone. I'm an 11 year user and have modded something like 150 subs over the years. I'm really sad too, but I'm finding that lemmy has most of the content I'm looking for, just needs more comments.

The API was a big blow, but removing awards on past posts and deleting coin balances is really dumb.

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How i feel on Lemmy (programming.dev)
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This seems like a good place so far tbh

submitted 3 months ago* (last edited 3 months ago) by [email protected] to c/[email protected]

Earlier, after review, we blocked and removed several communities that were providing assistance to access copyrighted/pirated material, which is currently not allowed per Rule #1 of our Code of Conduct. The communities that were removed due to this decision were:

We took this action to protect lemmy.world, lemmy.world's users, and lemmy.world staff as the material posted in those communities could be problematic for us, because of potential legal issues around copyrighted material and services that provide access to or assistance in obtaining it.

This decision is about liability and does not mean we are otherwise hostile to any of these communities or their users. As the Lemmyverse grows and instances get big, precautions may happen. We will keep monitoring the situation closely, and if in the future we deem it safe, we would gladly reallow these communities.

The discussions that have happened in various threads on Lemmy make it very clear that removing the communites before we announced our intent to remove them is not the level of transparency the community expects, and that as stewards of this community we need to be extremely transparent before we do this again in the future as well as make sure that we get feedback around what the planned changes are, because lemmy.world is yours as much as it is ours.

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