We've just published a new blog post "Why are we building yet another (federated) todo list app?"
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@MediaFormat We're working on it! Have a look at a sneak preview on our testing environment: https://codeberg-test.org/ashimokawa/Gadgetbridge/search?q=device&t=
It will probably take a while until it's ready for production, we're still investigating an issue with some repos not being indexed properly.
How interoperability could end Facebook’s death grip on social media after all ActivityPub and other open standards already exist for social media
I am leaning towards a widget (JavaScrip app) that could serve to bridge these as well as writing, replying, liking and reposting. All the regular things, not to mention blocking, reporting, etc.
So an alternative vision would be to leave comments for public things. And use a custom post type for any non public activities.
A custom post type which is hierarchical solves many issues because the posts can effectively create threads.
Replying to an unapproved comment in WP will result in an error (the parent comment id is not legit).
There is also a certain courtesy in replying with the same audience, so ‘followers only’ as well, or DM if that is the case.
This is where using the comment system has limitations. If comment visibility/audience is incorporated here, it becomes a big hack.
For example, a public ActivityPub comment on a public article is fine, Wordpress handles comments quite well.
Now say a ‘followers only’ note is left on a public article. Fine, the comment is displayed in the backend only. It should also only display for the article author, and we would want to remove the ‘approve comment’ action, because it is not public.
One of the design issues I’m facing with Wordpress #ActivityPub development is having message threads be both à la WP, and the UX of messages with different audiences.
Still unpacking boxes, not even finished setting up, but the urge to continue WordPress ActivityPub development is strong!
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