Hi, I run GamingOnLinux.com. Happy to be part of a more open place to share and chat with you all.

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Nice to know a report feature is being worked on. Will this be something were many reports cause something to be hidden until an admin/mod can look at it? Might be a good idea.

Sounds like you need a better host too. Who are you with right now?


New Community -> Steam Play (Proton etc for Linux)

Since no one made one yet. A dedicated community for Steam Play Proton on Linux…





New Community > Linux Hardware

Decided since one didn’t exist, to create a dedicated hardware community for Linux…


You tried to get the full-time Project Manager of Godot Engine banned from their own subreddit, because they had the audacity to very politely talk to you about the ban on me from /r/linux. You’re fucking power mad. You should not be listened to, ever.

Admins, if you listen to CAP, you will ruin Lemmy.

The name alone is such a ridiculous scream for attention it’s absurd.


Well, by definition of “blogspam” that would basically ban me and GamingOnLinux.

Frankly, I really think it’s a gross term that often discriminates against websites doing good work, and I’m not even talking about myself here. The /r/linux community on Reddit is notorious for this, banning multiple sites giving out good news and I see CAP_NAME is here as a moderator of the Linux community - sad to see this. CAP is a power-hungry tool who claims harassment whenever people don’t agree with his way of thinking.

The problem should not be banning “blogspam”, the issue should be looking at what the sites and the people running/posting them actually bring to Lemmy. Think about the posts themselves. Do they generate discussion? Get regular upvotes? Do the majority enjoy the content. Lemmy itself is small, being hostile to people that might actually help bring traffic is not going to do it any favours right now. I’ve been constantly advertising Lemmy to multiple thousands of people through GOL social accounts, and our website.

Are the people/websites posting about something other people aren’t? Often yes. Are those news websites the initial source most people get the info from? Usually also yes. People love to claim otherwise (hello CAP_NAME), but the majority do not follow hundreds of mailing lists and RSS feeds to source the info like the news sites do.

Honestly, If the route we go down here is to start shouting “blogspam” and turn into another Reddit with far less people but the same hostile rules, then I’m out and I won’t look back.

I love the idea of Lemmy, so please think on all this very carefully.


As in free of price, not specifically free and open source games.


New Community > Free Games!

Since it didn’t exist yet, I created a place for people to share and talk about Free games…