I now have internet! Expect a flood of announcement-like things.

Firstly, go-fed/activity v0.2.1 has been released, with some sorely needed bugfixes!

github.com/go-fed/activity

Please see the CHANGELOG for details.

Secondly, go-fed/activity v0.3.0 has been released, with things like Announce support!

github.com/go-fed/activity

Please see the CHANGELOG for even more details.

Thirdly, the README has been updated to list the 3 apps using the library. And no longer say "no one uses it". Hopefully this will put an end to the "lol no one uses ur library not even u" taunts.

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Fourthly, curious about where go-fed/activity v1.0.0 is going to go?

Are you interested in extended vocabularies like ForgeFed, MoodleNet, or ValueFlows?

Then I got some good news for you: "Go-Fed: Road to v1" is now published as PDF or in golang's present tool format:

github.com/go-fed/presentation

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Fifth and finally, go-fed's tutorial will get a small update sometime over the next few days, to account for some of the new features in v0.3.0, but it is not yet live. Thanks for the patience.

And thanks for letting me unleash 1.5 weeks' worth of announcements at once. Have a good day!

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