Something a bit different today...
There's a really nice Fediverse admin on here called @stux who provides lots of free decentralised public services (public instances of Mastodon, PeerTube, Pixelfed, Matrix, Nitter, Invidious, Searx etc).
Stux is spending hundreds of euros a month so that these services remain free and operational.
Apparently Stux has had a tough time finding work recently, but has their own small business which provides web hosting.
If you're looking for a small indie hosting provider, this might be a really good choice as the money raised will help keep the Fedi going too:
(I'm sorry to embarass you Stux, but I think you deserve a shout-out for the good work you do!)
@nick @stux @feditips checking the cookie page (which is hard with the cookie banner in the way) it seems only essential/functional cookies are used and no third party.
In that case I don't think users need to accept cookies at all, as they are essential?
Or if I can't deny cookie, say "we only use necessary first party cookies"?