@pcora I love trains so much. I didn’t before, but after moving to Spain I discovered this wonderful world.

@warner I believe it’s under “native tracking” in the privacy tab of the configuration page, you can add Apple there. I only say “I believe” because I have so many blocks enabled I’m not really sure which one does what anymore 😅 but this makes sense

@warner yo antes escribía en inglés todo pero empecé a hacerlo deliberadamente en español para que se note que esta comunidad es internacional 🙂

@pratik a similar thing happened in Perú with “criollismo”. Being “criollo” meant finding unusual life hacks and using your creativity… but now it’s a justification for bending or breaking the rules

@vincent NextDNS is doing this for me and it’s a little weird to see the app store empty 😀 but it’s worth it

@maique it’s incredible… I’m traveling by car and it amazes me how every little town we stop along the way to rest or get a coffee has some kind of historic monument or building dating back two thousand years and an incredible story behind it

@Cheri the real question is: What Spanish are your subtitles on? 😅 Spain Spanish, Mexico Spanish, Central America Spanish, Argentina Spanish… if I told you how many times I’ve had trouble as an Spanish speaker in another Spanish speaking country 🙄

@vincent I’m thinking that if the repo is public then opt-in could be the default (it’s being scraped by dozens of engines all the time anyway); while if the repo is private, then, of course, you would have to opt-in in order to have it scanned…