I should switch to a wireguard vpn...
It seems like a lot of Mastodon requests/expectations are based on a flawed understanding of federation and the idea that a post exists as a shared object in a common database, so you can apply other states to it after publication.
It is not like that at all.
Federation is like email, right, and you can send email to different servers? Well, posts are like emails then. Or faxes. You aren't sharing the same object, you're sending a copy. You can't decide to "make it private" after it's sent.
let's see if no man's sky works...
just loaded up the witness on steam play on linux. worked great! performance wasn't too bad!
url-picker: link hints for urxvt https://bitbucket.org/sterlingcamden/urlpicker/src
"Bake for 19-20 minutes"
Why? Surely such a narrow range couldn't compensate for much variance in oven heat.
that's not what I had in mind emacs
I'm liking the new reddit redesign
nice thing I see mailing list code review do that people on github don't do: interdiffs between patchset revisions. "What has changed since the last proposed changes" is nice instead of just tacking on more fixup commits.
Updated list of #ActivityPub projects in development and/or ready to use:
DropBox/Google Drive -> @nextcloud
GrooveShark -> @funkwhale
MeetUp -> @GetTogetherComm
Google Calendar -> @calendar_social
Feedly -> #ReadAs ( @write_as )
500px -> @peerpx
decided to go with actix-web instead of implementing an http server myself... I'm surprised you can hit this level of expressiveness with such a low level lang: https://gist.github.com/jb55/1f3bd007b0b69047833e4b287c7d740e
this is the simplest activitystreams encoding in rust I could come up with that seems to parse most of the test examples https://gist.github.com/jb55/23cc11a3f47c57e04446777e0dc4ad35 (modulo additional object fields)
Or is everyone just using matrix these days
Is anyone using ircv3 yet