A programmer, loves Ruby, likes Rust, Fediverse and ActivityPub.

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Cake day: Feb 17, 2020


Japanese translation of [ProseMirror Guide](https://prosemirror.net/docs/guide/)

Plume 0.7.2 is out
Changes for timelines, fix for federation and internal improvements

An open-source, lightning-fast, and hyper-relevant search engine that fits effortlessly into your apps, websites, and workflow.

If you're reading this, it means it works — this blog is hosted on Matrix. This post describes how I've done it.

Annotate the web, with anyone, anywhere.

I’m a Plume developer.

Thank you for you having used Plume, and sorry for confuse you.

fully compliant with the ActivityPub standard.

Does this include client-server communication? Just interesting.

Yes, I always use this to post to Lemmy.

The secret is WSL, Windows Subsystem for Linux. I’m running Ubuntu 18.04 for terminal operations on my Windows machine.

Ah, Disroot uses Nextclod, right? That sounds good. Thanks for your info!

It’s good to design for preventing people having idea to squat communities. For example,

A) We can create a community only at “Create Post” panel. It has additional option “post to new community” as community to post as well as existing communities. If user selects it, form to create a new community appears.

B) “Create Community” panel has fields(URI, title etc.) for the first post and they are required.

I will run my own instance and federate with other instances, at least, at first because I’m interested in what will happen to federated link aggregators. But, I’m not sure to keep it running.