Should be resolved now
Looks like they want Host to be signed as well
Just pushed a change to include Digest headers in inbox posts. The *.tide.tk instances have been updated as well
I do see the issue if I use mastodon.online, it looks like they have a slightly different version than the actual Mastodon 3.2.0, and require a Digest header to be part of the signature when sending to inboxes
Which is something I planned to implement but haven't done yet
Following and receiving posts from mastodon seems fine, I can't reproduce any issues there
tofor community targets, while Mastodon adds mentions to
cc. Not sure what I want to do here
Huh, I thought I put it in there but apparently not. Added now
if this is the error you're seeing, I think it was resolved in Rust 1.45
Thanks, your translation has been integrated and is now live on https://c.tide.tk/
I don't consider it necessary
That seems to require having an "admin email address" reported by the server, which I haven't found any documentation on
Neighbors would only work if the instance reported neighbors, which we don't since lotide doesn't track them
I noticed that as well. No idea why they can't load it
which you could do, but it would effectively be a parallel universe of content
I don't know a lot about tor, but I believe it would only federate with other instances that have tor access set up
Added time text to post lists.
I'm not sure if showing scores is a good idea, but they're in the API response so alternative frontends can do it
It's up for debate, but I think communities is a pretty good neutral term, and seems to be the one Lemmy is using as well
Currently the only way to change language is to set it in your browser settings (lotide/hitide use Accept-Language).
Additional translations are welcome, you can submit one on the mailing list
Hmm, maybe community descriptions could contain hashtags or something
I have no idea how to determine that
I agree, tracking as https://todo.sr.ht/~vpzom/lotide/123
On one hand, it's more fair to users that wouldn't like their own posts if it wasn't automatic, but on the other, it would be inconsistent with other software in the fediverse and would look weird to non-forum users.
The author's vote already doesn't count toward ranking, but as you've mentioned, it could affect user behaviour.
I'm leaning toward doing it
sounds good, tracking as https://todo.sr.ht/~vpzom/lotide/122
Limiting comments is still an unsolved problem for ActivityPub, but I expect to see some solution emerge eventually