My ActivityPub philosophy: https://cjslep.com/c/blog/an-activitypub-philosophy
I have the collections working on #MoodleNet, including in our GraphQL API:
Pushing a new docker image to make some tests.
#ActivityPub I'm still talking about if an IRI is a Link.href or an Object.id. Someone who really knows about JSON-LD would be great.
If you have an opinion but you don't want create a comment in Github just ping me here, happy to know what other people think :D
So, I've imported ~25Gb of music from the Free Music Archive on https://open.audio using this method.
It worked beautifully, and it's now available for the whole #Funkwhale federation. Follow this library from your Funkwhale instance and you'll have access to it:
You can also visit https://open.audio/library/ directly to listen to all this new content! (you don't need an account ;)
#FunkWhale is an open source federated music streaming and storage service.
There's a demo instance using Creative Commons tracks here:
The official "Join Funkwhale" site is here:
You can follow them at:
Progress and thoughts about implementing Collections for #ActivityPub https://gitlab.com/moodlenet/servers/federated/issues/24#note_124143492
Thinking about #ActivityPub ID:
After months studying and working with ActivityPub/ActivityStream, this is a doubt that I still couldn't respond correctly: https://github.com/w3c/activitystreams/issues/498
When we only receive an URL, is just an Object ID or is just a Link?
I wrote a new blog post: "What is ActivityPub?" I hope you enjoy it https://alexcastano.com/what-is-activity-pub/
This one is in the errata at least :)
Another "inconsistency": Image is an object but it uses the properties "width" and "height" whose domain is Link:
I'm confused about #ActivityPub. 😖 😖
The property "first" can be defined as a "Link" and in the example they put the property "summary" that belongs to an "Object". It is not the first "inconsistency" I found.
We are preparing to release federation support and we want your feedback!
Can you think of any safety, privacy or security features that we haven't announced or already support?
We appreciate any ideas/feedback that can make more safe and secure. #pixelfed
It's been a long time since I wrote a post on the blog, but the occasion deserves it. I have a new job! And one of our goals at @moodlenet is to make the world freer and less dependent on large corporations #ActivityPub https://alexcastano.com/moodlenet-more-than-a-technical-project/
If you want to drop a review and help to improve it, your feedback is welcome on https://code.eliotberriot.com/funkwhale/funkwhale/merge_requests/435
Elixir developer. Working on MoodleNet and ActivityPub protocol. Discovering the Fediverse
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