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@Gargron Is there any specifc reason that the /api/v1/account/:id/following and followers api points only work with an access token? For public accounts that is.
That seems a major adoption hinderance for me (if that indeed is the reason for the discrepancy between follower/follow count and what is displayed in the apps/instances). Or am I'm missing other ways to get to the followers publicly other than parsing the followers public webppage?
Seen examples of this on friends XS on low light Photos, in which the same picture taken on iPhone X has less brightness, but better detail and look.
Morning gang! I've published a new release of SuperTinyIcons.
A collection of SVG logos - each one is UNDER 1024 bytes!
Vectors, so they can be resized with no loss of quality. Tiny, because every byte counts. Open source, because I love you 😍
What not to put in a rfc or any standard: optional features that are not required to work and have no clear benefit, so everyone has to do the fallback anyways.
(The rel param in webfinger would have better been left out)
Nice old one:
#GitLab erhält 100 Mio. US-Dollar Kapital - Pro-Linux
Das Unternehmen GitLab, das mit seinem gleichnamigen Projekthosting-System unter anderem mit #Github konkurriert, hat weitere 100 Mio. US-Dollar Kapital von einer Gruppe von Investoren, darunter...
Makes SubEthaEdit for Mac. Helped make Carcassonne and Lost Cities for iOS.
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