Still no documentation and not anywhere close to done, but my #ActivityPub #PHP library is open source at https://github.com/pterotype-project/activitypub-php.
My goal is to provide a well-tested, flexible library that handles the complicated parts of ActivityPub (JSON-LD, persistence, addressing, etc.) in a way that can be plugged into an existing PHP codebase with no hassle. That'll help me refactor #Pterotype, and will also make it easy for other developers to make developers to make plugins for Joomla, Drupal, etc.
Probably not - is LitePub supposed to be compatible with ActivityPub? I want to support the standard that other people will implement
@jdormit Yes, I believe LP is a slimmed down profile of AP. You'd probably have to ask Kaniini to be sure.
@lnxw37d2 Well, as long as it's compatible than apps built with my library will be able to federate with LitePub, I guess. I'm going to stick with the W3C spec on my end.
@mike Between the context of this message (Jeremy & Pterotype) and the content of this message (kaniini & LitePub), I am extremely confused.
@mike Ah I see. Whatever app you're using to reply to ActivityPub messages is not handling the inReplyTo well, so all your replies seem to be to the top level message. Sorry for the confusion.
@mike Ah I see, I understand. I hope Osada users don't get too confused if other fediverse folks have odd reactions due to this, because I had to suppress my "WTF" knee jerk reaction (since I wasn't involved in the LitePub branch of the thread).
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