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@mariusor @ihabunek
The fact is that it is easy to implement #C2S on server side. It's just reversed S2S interaction. microblog.pub manifested support of it (but last time I tried it, it was broken), also Pleroma have limited support. But implementing client is a real shit, client have to collect all the reactions on all the posts in timeline, or use cached ones, and caching do not mentioned at spec at all

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Looking for a image, with ready to use + . Have tried andreilhicas/nginx-letsencrypt ( github.com/autogestion/pubgate ) but failed, server responds that certificate is nod valid. A tip how to make it work is welcome)

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Chat bridge across to Telegram

As per request from a community member, we've bridged our main chat room (`#feneas:feneas.org on #Matrixand `#feneas` on #Freenode)over to #Telegram. You'll find it at t.me/feneas
Before deciding to do this, we had a (matrix.to/#/!XTcFGXYoSwwJPindt) which passed 3 in favour, 1 against. There was enthusiastic discussion about this. Some people had concerns over promoting centralized services, however many people saw the benefits of enabling people on the centralized services to get involved on the #federatedweb via the tools they currently use. friendica.feneas.org/display/7

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Have finished reactions (Likes and Announces) for pubgate-philip. The primary idea was to make #PubGate (server) and Philip (client) strictly following #ActivityPub C2S , to make them both interoperable with other #C2S implementation. But tracking user's like in paginated OrderedCollections looks like a mess, so to display if user have liked post Philip tracks specific PubGate attribute. For now it's the only place where Philip goes over AP spec. Demo instance - https://pubgate.autogestion.org/ #Python #Svelte
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