The cold hard truth of it is that ActivityPub is bad for almost all use-cases, and not great for the exceptions
@sir you can say that, but activitypub is a reasonable functional starting point and it gets us part of the way away from solely centralized services.
People and projects need to be encouraged ... Not dumped on for being less than perfect.
Besides, I'm a bit wary of posts which dump on things in such generalized terms as the ones you've used here.
@alexandria @sir @j1mc Nonsense. Creating things that Might Not Work is how we learn! And programming is primarily theory building — which is to say, learning. You need to do a whole lot of learning about a system and its failure modes in order to write code that Will Definitely Work. (Which of course is usually a better idea to run in production.)
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