Already had my mind blown today with a new perspective...
Long maternity and paternity leave in Scandinavian culture is the right of the child, irrespective of the wealth, social standing, and life choices of the parents.
I imagine if this argument was told to my American family they'd be caught with their britches down, because they're too focused on complaining about "lazy adults".
Also I have a coworker that is considering leaving our place of employment in order to build better software for activists and online communities. I think maybe it stems from the HK protests and the crazy tools they've been using? Anyway, they are already aware of the #fediverse and #ActivityPub so time will tell if the dev community gets another person in their midst.
Alright, #go-fed/httpsig now...
1) has all its unit tests passing for both signing AND verifying for the tests in Appendix C of the draft spec; and
2) is prepped to handle Digest headers so clients don't have to, when both signing and verifying. No more manually base64 encoding a sha of a body.
#apconf is really close !
So much looking forward to see you in #Praha –
Most organizers will travel 9 hours tomorrow, so if you have any questions it would be nice to ask them now.
We are also #apconf in IRC …
One thing I would've liked to talk to folks at #ActivityPubConf is what a website at activitypub.dev would look like. Documentation, technical details, user guides?
I still support the movement to #IsolateGab and, more generally, the right for federated servers to block other federated servers so they can build the communities they want.
Alright it's about time to give the new #tool album my first spin.
Last time I did this, Gears of War was the big blockbuster game, Chamillionaire's "Ridin" was a chart topper song and the second Pirates of the Caribbean was the big movie.
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