Feels like something elves would come up with. Living bridges made out of tree roots.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Living_root_bridge
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@freemo
I don't think it works. I also tried the examples from discourse-math.
@zleap @design_RG

@zleap display mode shows on it's own line, usually centralized in the page:
$DiSpLaY mOdE$
inline $$1 + 2 = 5$$ shows within the text line

$$1 + 2 = 5$$

@freemo @zleap @design_RG I recall seeing a post with formulas on the discourse so I assumed it worked.
(Also because there is a math section).

@freemo @zleap @design_RG this is the link to this conversation.

@zleap @freemo @design_RG $1 + 2 = 5$

@zleap @freemo @design_RG nahh that is too much work

@zleap @freemo @design_RG didn't work on the discourse either

reeeeee i found out an easy way to prove things in linear algebra but can't share it

How to insert Latex on qoto's discourse?

@izarella@anime.website Depends on the kind of information, wikipedia is still good for many things.
In some cases I read the wikipedia article but disconsider anything that gives garbage news articles as reference.
If it is an more academic matter you can look for literature reviews.

"As long as there are Gentoo users there will be someone to test massively resource intensive compiler optimisations of uncertain benefit."

Opinion about Tusky and others blocking certain domains

People generally compare Mastodon and other such software with emails. With that analogy clients like Tusky/Fedilab are similar to email clients that lets you connect to certain domains(IMAP and SMTP server in emails).

I have never seen any email client that doesn't let you connect to certain domains, just because those domains endorse "extremist" views.