Submitted by BlueHat in RedditAlternatives (edited )

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BlueHat OP wrote

Posting this here since reddit isn't so friendly to certain URLs.

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Rambler wrote

Good post. I'm considering a switch to Throat personally.

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BlueHat OP wrote

Throat's interface looks neat, but I think it's more js-reliant than postmill. You could assume this just by looking at the languages used in the git repos, although that hardly ever means anything.

Phuks also has this "score" and "level" system which I don't really understand. And user posts/comments are only visible to logged in users. Maybe this can be toggled somewhere, or is only a feature specific to phuks, not sure.

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Rambler wrote

I just made this a front page forum, so it can be seen by all regardless if they're logged in or subscribed. I hope that's okay.

This is a good list.

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Wahaha wrote

Where does talk.lol fit into this?

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BlueHat OP wrote

Should it even be here? I believe it's not a fork of anything, nor is it open source. This list is obviously not complete, it only features sites that are active instances of a few self-hostable reddit alternatives.

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Wahaha wrote

It's a reddit alternative/clone, so I would have expected it to be here. I didn't realize that the scope was supposed to be smaller.

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BlueHat OP wrote

Yeah, the list is kinda narrow right now. I will add a couple more sites later, but will try to stick to the OSS theme. I could just shove talk.lol and the rest under an "etc" category, but that wouldn't be any different from an already existing list.

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