Some Reddit communities are protesting due to recent announcement for API changes. The changes will introduce charges for API access that will kill third-party applications like Apollo, Boost, rif, and others.
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With the recent protest and blackouts, I've been trying to keep up with the communities I follow outside of Reddit. It's been a bit difficult to find where people went to. Some subreddits linked to Discord or Lemmy servers, but even then, when they are privated, the links are inaccessible.
I’ve heard the same complaint from other people - subreddits are down, and people support the blackout, but finding alternatives is confusing, mostly because there are multiple platforms people jump over to.
So, I created https://sub.rehab to attempt to list where subreddits have moved to. It is open source, and edits can be suggested by anyone. It's obviously lacking content - these are just the subs I found on different platforms.
I think this could be useful, especially for subreddits planning an indefinite blackout - it would make it easier to discover alternatives.
Yes. You can find the source on GitHub at GeorgeSG/sub.rehab. Feel free to open a PR and contribute!
Yes. You can find the raw list of subreddits and alternative links as a JSON file in our Github repo.
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