ActivityPub made it to Proposed Recommendation! Woooo! w3.org/TR/activitypub/
Now we just need to wait on member vote + management to find out if we make it to Recommendation!

I should make some blogposts! But first I'm gonna shower, attend some standards meetings ;P

AJ Jordan
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@cwebber *wants to blog about standards*

*can't blog about standards because of standards meeting*

@ajordan I still need to blog about that standard but I got pulled into a different standards thing :)

@cwebber I mean at least you made the standards meeting though 😑

What group was it though? You're involved in a couple, right?

@ajordan I've been asked to turn the Linked Data Capabilities paper into an actual specification that the Community Credentials Group will explore taking on soon github.com/WebOfTrustInfo/rebo

I'll be committing to this repo shortly github.com/w3c-ccg/ld-ocap

/cc @jamey @kellerfuchs @natecull

@cwebber @jamey @kellerfuchs @natecull ooo, that sounds really fun! _Still_ need to read that paper, it sounds so interesting! *sighs @ myself*

@cwebber @ajordan @jamey @kellerfuchs it is terrible and sad that the first thing I thought looking at this paper is

"Wow, I love that trick of drawing circles in an ASCII non-proportional font using .-. and '-' "

@natecull @ajordan @jamey @kellerfuchs they will be replaced in the final version but I'm glad you like them :)

Mark Miller was surprised and impressed to see them and to hear that I was faster "drawing" (typing) them manually in emacs than using a graphics program.

Got some of the basic structure on w3c-ccg.github.io/ld-ocap/ written

but now it is time for relaxations

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