Now that I've moved #Federama to @codeberg I created a new issue - Break the dominance of corporate social media. #aspirations
#Federama can now find @ usernames in messages and convert them to local URLs.
Next step is to ensure they match actual accounts. If they don't, then the don't get converted.
Trying to figure out how to handle message in #Federama. The way I came up with will work fine on Federama, but will break when dealing with messages from other software. 🤔
profile.php can now create public and private keys in #Federama. Bonus: private keys are stored outside the webroot.
Now to makes keys upon user registration and site installation.
FWIW This post by @Gargron is serving as a guide to my current work on #Federama. I still have to figure out #openssl keys, but that's next. https://blog.joinmastodon.org/2018/06/how-to-implement-a-basic-activitypub-server/
Working on some #Federama stuff a la https://blog.joinmastodon.org/2018/06/how-to-implement-a-basic-activitypub-server/
Federama v0.1 released
Version 0.1 of Federama offers a bare-bones CMS. There is a lot of work to be done in the future, but at this point Federama offers:
Registrations can be open or closed.
Front page will show posts.
Users can login.
Users can create posts.
That's about it. While the goal of Federama is to use ActivityPub to connect to the Fediverse, it's not there yet.
Around the end of June and early July I took some time off from coding. Partly it was because the weather made me disinclined to code, partly it was because I wanted to do some gardening, and partly it was because my twelve-year-old Cinema Display finally stopped working.
Over the years, I've realized the quality of Apple computers isn't that great when compared to computers from
#ActivityPub #dashboard #Federama
My hovercraft is full of eels. They are all giftwrapped in egg nog. he/him/his
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