I just added some rudimentary controls for the tag cloud. Once I finish my work on the user settings some of those settings could be made sticky for a given account (e.g.: always sort tags alphabetically when looking at your own bookmarks).
Let me know what you think.
Hi, thanks for opening this ticket.
This falls within the scope of the "admin tooling" backlog I'm working on. Administrators would have the option to freeze registrations and generate invitation links to enable registrations on a case by case.
I'm leaving this open and labeling the issue as such.
I've added support to mark a user as unlisted so their bookmarks won't be part of the homepage, and have toggled this setting for the user in question.
For now, there's no way for a user to opt-in into this feature, although I intend to make it available through the settings page in the future, as I believe there's probably a few users that would like the ability to have public links but without these appearing in the front pages. I will retain the ability for the instance admin to force this setting on users as a moderation tool however.
I apologize for not being able to resolve this situation sooner, this happening during the end of year break I wasn't able to react as quickly as I would have hoped.
Keeping this issue open though, as this shows there's still plenty of work to do with regards to moderation.
Made a fix for this in: https://git.sr.ht/~mlb/linkhut/commit/80a3433319166a866d2129f8e1cae242ec5b436e
This is now deployed in the flagship instance, feel free to test it out and let me know if it's still not what you expected.