I expect go-fed v1 to be much cleaner from an ActivityStreams point of view. Spending a massive amount of time on the code generation tool this second go-around.
Another interesting consideration: If the code-generation bit could be abstracted, then it could possibly generate proper ActivityStreams code for other statically typed languages (ex: C++, Java, ...).
My mind is very odd. Sometimes I'll be out hiking and my mind will wander and think "What would I do if I heard the 'Sihl Dam Burst, get to high ground' sirens?"
Usually I go into very specific details about how I would immediately text my wife, what it would contain, the logistics of regrouping, etc.
I've also done the same for "What if I have cancer and don't know it?" and "What if nuclear war happens and the USA is involved?" and sometimes I wonder if I secretly have a gruesome mind.
"How to win at spelling:
Bribe the judges
Take a plane into space and do your spelling out there where theres more room to think and breathe
*breathes in, breathes out*
Purchase a spelling kit then rip out the pieces and rearrange to your liking
Thats how much fun spelling can be
Won't you spell the world with me"
....I think I'm done with the internet today.
Forgot to give bill wurtz his credit: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vXdv9dD2_mM
@alexcastano You're helping mayel with MoodleNet on Pleroma? Just saw your question on github.
@cwebber who helped write the ActivityPub spec and has a cool podcast I need to check out
@Are0h whose humanizing and outspoken writings, and the reactions to them by others, always challenges me as a person
@tuxether who built an ActivityPub link aggregator called Anancus which I still need to check out
Subtoot (+) Show more
Intended to be relief from bouts of recent negativity.
Once go-fed gets off the ground I think it'd be great to revive ForgeFed and get federated code repositories back into discussion.
And yes before someone replies with the "git is already federated" blog post: that someone is missing the point, just like that article's author was when I debated with him in the ForgeFed archives. One day I'll write a strong rebuttal blog piece.
US Pol: NC and Wisconsin (-) Show more
My home state of NC pioneered the "Republican controlled state legislature strips the state Governor of all power before a Democratic gets it" which is the state that has been using illegal (due to gerrymandering) districts and can't certify midterm election results still because of rampant voter fraud from the *Republican* side (they cry wolf over imagined Democrats doing it)
Looks like Wisconsin Republicans in the state legislature want the same. Don't let them.
"Hey cj what have you been up to"
If I had to pick one thing I learned from reading the Dao De Jing it is to reframe all statements about myself from "I am <positive adjective> X" to "I am becoming a <positive adjective> X". For example:
"I am a statistician"
"I am becoming a better statistician"
It does three things for me:
1) Affirms I have the agency to change myself
2) Ensures I never stop growing
3) Forced me to reflect on *how* to reach a goal. Often this requires "learning about learning", a form of empowerment.
Me being a music snob Show more
Them: "Hey remember that old amazing trance group Krewella?"
Me: "Hey remember that old amazing trance group Gouryella?"
Friendly reminder that "free speech" is about the *principles* of free speech.
Anything, anywhere, anytime is not a principle. It's a society-destroying extremist position when considering things like classified information, inciting violence, payola (and other false flag equivalents), verbal violence directed at children, slander & libel, and the list goes on and on.
Principles are what lead to restrictions under certain contexts in order to build a better society. Disagreeing on "better" is expected.
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