Thankfully it would all be traits and serialization, and defining any actual async stuff (which is currently still a mess in rust) would be mostly out of scope
Didn't think to read the docs for go-fed (golang library for activitypub), but wow, that is the most extensive doc I've seen on implementing activitypub-compliant applications, regardless of actual programming language (though obviously more useful for go)
Now I'm kinda inspired to write a library like that, but for rust
ok I'm gonna give up on async rust for now until it stabilizes and libraries have caught up. it's too confusing using multiple libraries that use different futures/tokio versions
Was wondering why the videos were showing up in the element inspector but not accessible via js, and turns out it's because they were in an iframe.
And thanks to this, I've learned you can set the context of the js console to be a specific iframe
Everyone has to watch one of those online training courses about harassment in the workplace (the site tracks when you've completed it)