@izaliamae oh, what happened to it?
@kandyelmo boops tried to ban a few domains and the relay reset its db. He's dealt with so many problems with it in the past, so I don't blame him for giving up on it
@izaliamae I just thought about something you might be able to add on your relay page BTW, for convenience
I’ve realized you could probably add a button similar to what you have for going to relay settings for Pleroma instances, where the button would send a POST request to their instance’s API endpoint
/api/pleroma/admin/relay with the parameter
relay_url being set to your relay. As long as they’re signed into their admin account, that should basically do the same thing as following a relay in the command line.
@Frinkeldoodle Oh. I didn't know that was possible. I'll have to put up a test instance and try it out
@Frinkeldoodle It sounds like it uses oauth, but I'm not sure how to implement that on my end or if it's even worth the hassle
@Frinkeldoodle all good :3
@izaliamae wait, what happened with yiff.social?
I didn't even know it was down until I saw this from someone boosting it
@bat Long story short, boops has dealt with so many issues with the relay and I guess he got tired of it with the latest problem
@izaliamae Ah, dang, that sucks!
Thanks for starting one up though! I'm a smol single user instance so the relays definitely help @_@