SSL issues on the Pleroma instance were fixed.
Guess we forgot 4 important lines in the web server config.
cc @email@example.com / @josealberto4444
We've updated our suspended users and instances for Mastodon: https://im-in-space.github.io/blocking-list/
The datacenter where our server is hosted suffered a network outage. It was impossible to reach im-in.space for 50-55 minutes on IPv4.
im-in.space's Mastodon and Pleroma updates
Recent stuff we've done~
- IPv6 is now working!
- Pleroma config was updated to (1) remove that mask on the logo, (2) show "who to follow" suggestions and (3) bring the custom emotes from the Mastodon instance. You can now
- We've updated our suspended users and instances for Mastodon: https://im-in-space.github.io/blocking-list/
- Update Pleroma to reject some instances.
- Renew domain.
- CSS Fixes.
We've updated our filter list to include the suspension of "freespeechextremist.com".
Sorry if you saw the offensive posts.
We muted waifu.social due to their lack of moderation (and after many reports). Feel free to send reports of bad users so they can be suspended on our side at least.
List updated: https://im-in-space.github.io/blocking-list/
Always wondered why there's an 👁 emoji on status updates?
When you end a toot with it, your message won't be sent to other instances! A nice way to appear in the public timeline without bothering people who aren't affected. Those don't appear in the your profile page outside of Mastodon too.
You can also enable it from the toot options before sending.
I know we've been back only recently, but we'll be down for less than a minute as we're switching to the glitch social's branch of Mastodon, which has a lot of nice features.
Code was merged to our branch: https://github.com/im-in-space/mastodon
You can read more about the new stuff in their docs: https://glitch-soc.github.io/docs/#whats-different
This instance will be in maintenance tomorrow (July 22nd, 2017) at 2PM CEST (8AM EST - https://www.worldtimebuddy.com/?qm=1&lid=12,100,5,8&h=12&date=2017-7-21&sln=14-15 ) for a storage upgrade.
Probably down from 15 minutes to a full hour (if something goes bad).