Ah, I might know. If the user has been deleted, but servers are caching the user's Actor record locally, then they might accept a message from that user, provided it was signed with their private key. Is the user's private key accessible from outside of Mastodon somehow? In any case, I may need to periodically update actor records or always fetch them from the source system at receive time to avoid this problem.

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So my server is getting requests from users at mastodon.social who no longer exist, by which I mean when my server attempts to fetch their public key (e.g., mastodon.social/users/niamonis) it gets a 410 (Gone) response, which I have to assume means their account has been deleted? Except that if I search for that account on Mastodon it shows me that they do exist. It's weird. @niamonisoberano

If you want to run jitsi at scale, please check github.com/jitsi/jitsi-videobr

Cascaded SFUs will allow your conference calls to scale a lot better :)

Also recommended, the following talk if you want to understand the concept:

youtube.com/watch?v=o2SVegc0NN

#jitsi #SFU #webConference #workingFromHome #sysadmin

It took a shockingly long time, but I can finally federate messages to followers with my new platform. This paves the way for a ton of new features. ✔︎

Sorry I need to create a burner Mastodon account for federation testing.

Screw it. Imma go have a beer. Peace out, y’all. 🍺

LOL Article of the day:

"Mind you own business Alexa!

How to keep secrets from your voice assistant".

- Step 1: Do not buy any voice assistant.
- Step 2: There is no step 2.

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