Quite surprised how many people decided to exit Facebook completely. People are realizing how much info they are making public by being on it
jf2.rocks is up, more importantly validator.jf2.rocks is up and running
Those in #socialwg please review the minor changes to JF2 spec. IANA requested additional text in security considerations section.
Requesting update tomorrow.
Posted today on http://btmb.me/s/KP
Hello, Ben Roberts from the Social Web Working Group and Social Web Incubator Community Group and the W3C (that second one is open to the public if you are interested in joining). I was looking for some feedback.
In yesterday's Social Web Incubator Community Group telcon, I brought up the issue of WebFinger. The current implementations have had some differences in how they are implemented. Also there are several limitations to it. Its important to invest....
After a long process, the W3C Social Web Working Group charter has now been extended by 6 months so that ActivityPub can incorporate implementation experience, eg in Mastodon. https://github.com/w3c/activitypub
One place for talking details is the SocialCG, meeting in 1 hr. (Regrets from me for the first half of this week's meeting, sorry.) https://www.w3.org/wiki/SocialCG/2017-06-21
Is John McCain going senile?
@maloki @Gargron, If we were to experiment with webmention for some type of federation, as that's a larger change would you want a hand in it, or would it be better to prototype separately and come to mastodon with patches? Different people prefer it different ways.
I think the first one might be to check for salmon OR webmention endpoint in order to be able to follow them.
Public report of talk by @gargron. In Japanese. (I used Google translate to read it, and it seemed to come out fine.) http://internet.watch.impress.co.jp/docs/event/1064076.html
I feel like the first thing that is needed is the ability to add some additional URLs to your profile
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