Mastodon, privacy flaws, account deletion 3/4
So basically, your username will stay forever on the instance's userlist.
If you get suspended, no matter if the suspension is justified or not, your email and IP addresses will be saved forever on the userinfo in the admin panel.
The admins won't even be able to delete a suspended account except if they reset the account password, unsuspend it, login with it and then proceed to a removal.
(Note that we don't do this)
Nikita: The Mystery of the Hidden Treasure: Should probably have been in the "silly games" block. Don't miss if you're into that.
Tony Hawk's Underground 2: Goes way too fast to understand what's going on, and the game has not aged well, but there's a silly bonus after the run.
Metroid Prime: Just a nice run.
ok i partially take back what I said earlier, firstname.lastname@example.org is pretty cool afaict
I haven’t seen this myself, but I could see it happening if for example you have (a/b)*c that gets rearranged, & you depend on the precision
Finished. Phew, that race to the finish is stressful, took me two sessions of practice.
I also should have mentioned earlier, I'm very impressed with the lighting, in that it both looks good, is "realistic," and serves the game play.
(if you're an admin and you think "practically every" doesn't apply to you, it does. the exception is only there for a few single-user instances)
I don't know.
Many mornings I think, "Today's the day, I'm going to explain why I left Masto." But every morning, I log on and decide it's not worth it. I could say how I've lost my trust in practically every instance admin. I've deleted all private posts, and haven't made any new ones in months, including on my alt. But part of this feeling of loss really originates from my own mistakes, for which I can't forgive myself and don't expect anyone else to. So then why even write this?
I don't know.
and in all 3 places it should work with JS disabled
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