@cwebber Hello, thanks for all the amazing work you've done with ActivityPub. I'm still working on a php ActivityPub library. I was trying to contribute to GNU Social but couldn't get any response, which is frustrating. I closed a few merge requests like https://git.gnu.io/gnu/gnu-social/merge_requests/158 and decided to focus on something else.
Se vi uzas alian socian reton (Duolingo, Twitter, Reddit, Telegram, ktp), mi konsilas meti ligilon al via Mastodon-konto en via profilo/priskribo/"flair" ktp.
Eurocities meeting in Ghent kicking off.
ActivityPub support for GNU Social is in the works! I'll be working with @up201705417 on a plugin this summer.
God, the federated media stuff is really exciting. It's kind of unprecedented, and could build a really compelling story about where the Free Network as a whole could be heading.
(He's also an enthusiastic speaker with a great sense of humor)
The secret to ActivityPub is that it's really just the Actor Model for the web. Or rather, Linked Data Notifications (of which ActivityPub is a superset) is the actor model, and ActivityPub is a shared set of methods for actors to implement.
Issue asking for ActivityPub support in GitLab
Okay come on, *everyone* must want this
Thanks to @ted for filing it :)
I left a comment explaining why GitLab could be improved by an order of magnitude or so by having federations support https://gitlab.com/gitlab-org/gitlab-ce/issues/44486#note_65901018
Today's lesson: Medium is bad. They've suspended our account and blocked access to all our published stories for bogus reasons and with only 12 hours notice.