I trained a neural network on 1,228 types of cookies and apparently these are what cookies sound like to it.
Months for sure. Unfortunately it's still just a side project, and I have a lot going on personally and professionally for the next few months.
Hmm, are there any errors sticking out in your server logs when you try to follow the account?
I haven't been able to reproduce the issue on my own instance yet to debug it.
It's meant to automatically approve the follow request, but something in that process breaks down it seems in some cases.
No, it should be automatic... That's definitely been buggy though. Something that is on my radar that should be addressed as a part of the V2 rewrite
My timeline is a little fuzzy right now because I'm not sure how much time I'll have to work on it this month (in my dream world, I can hack on #Fediverse projects full-time...). Best guess is it'll be sometime in the first few months of next year. Ideally, #Pterotype shouldn't behave any differently once I integrate the ActivityPub library back in - but it will be much more reliable since most of the plugin's complexity comes from its ActivityPub implementation.
Yup! To be clear, you'll need to delete the plugin itself (by deactivating it then pressing the delete button) in order for it to send out the Delete activity - deleting the WordPress instance itself will have no effect.
Pterotype will send out a Delete for the blog actor when it is deleted, but not when it is just deactivated. It's definitely possible that Mastodon will cache the Actor for a bit - I'm not sure how it handles Deletes for actors
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@suitbertmonz Thanks for your patience with this. It's interesting that the problem persists on a second instance - makes me think there's actually something going wrong with sending back the accept from Pterotype rather than Mastodon caching a bad version of the blog actor, which was my original theory.
@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.
Probably not - is LitePub supposed to be compatible with ActivityPub? I want to support the standard that other people will implement
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Currently working on #Pterotype, a WordPress plugin that puts your blog onto the Fediverse.
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