ActivityPub as a microservice communication protocol.

Stupid thought: data synchronization using ActivityPub.

Random: "We are looking for Rust devs"

Me: O_O

Random: "It's for a startup creating their own criptocurrency."

me: -_-

I guess I'll just add the chapter as the single paragraph and not expand it for now.

Well, how am I going to expand topics like "Google Code Style is a garbage fire" from "Things I Learnt" if the thing I learnt is exactly "Google Code Style is a garbage fire"?

Well, I just deleted the old applet in IFTTT and created a new one, with exactly the same content.

Let's see if that fixes the problem.

It's curious that IFTTT says my recipe for "Mastodon to DayOne" is disabled. I can enable it successfully, but it simply returns to disabled.

If I try to update the recipe, saving says "There was a problem saving this Applet", with no further explanations and, after a second time trying to save, IFTTT logs me out.

(I had to backup everything anyway; that's why I have a NextCloud installed on a server.)

Also, my Fedora install, on my personal laptop, is segfaulting when trying to upgrade Flatpak packages.

I guess this is a good time to try Silverblue. All I need is to backup everything.

Wunderbar. It seems IFTTT is not sending my toots to DayOne (my journal application).

Another reason to have my "cron box" Raspberry, I think.

I must do something I should've done a long time ago:

Get out of bed.

In related news, maybe it is time to start suggesting we use a code style checker here.

(Although I must reckon, in that example, that one would probably just take LSD instead of smoking it.)

Everything I Know as a Software Developer Without a Degree

(You guys have no idea how jealous I am with this post: Tania managed to create a timeline of what she learnt _from her previous posts_!)

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