We really need a modern Magic Auth library, available for every existing or new projects...
Building something vaguely similar into the browser authentication API and providing both clients and servers to that API is how I would probably go about this in 2022. Just a thought...
Basically OpenWebAuth and self-sovereign identity are being extinguished by the browser makers.
RPs are expected to support browsers which don't support FedCM. Users should be able to use an existing, non-FedCM sign-in process.
Third-party cookies are integral to OpenWebAuth and we've reached the end of that road. So it's complicated.
This certainly is a huge mess.
Come back and talk to me after you've federated your vision of "forums" with Mastodon and Pleroma.
You can look at streams/FEDERATION.md for some of the technical details.
Well, when I click connect on that Customization channel page, is says Remote protocol or channel unavailable, but adding in Contacts work. (Streams)
It would just have to be somehow linked to the same channel OpenWebAuth uses.
That's pretty much they way I've been thinking, but the devil is in the details. Particularly,
This is in my opinion much more annoying than getting stuck with a spinner until you finish the comment.
How to remove the channel locations it inherited from hubzilla. Can I just delete them in Channel locations?
Any plans for this in the future?
wget --save-cookies cookies.txt --keep-session-cookies --post-data='auth-params=login&username=myname&password=mytrickypassword' --delete-after [url=https://my.domain.com/login]https://my.domain.com/login[/url]
wget -d --referer="https://my.domian.com/events" --load-cookies cookies.txt "https://my.domain.com/events/2022/3/export" -O test.ics
wget -d --referer="https://my.domain.com/events" --load-cookies cookies.txt "https://my.domain.com/manage/4"
wget -d --referer="https://my.domian.com/events" --load-cookies cookies.txt "https://my.domain.com/events/2022/3/export" -O otherchannel.ics
Is it possible to improve the conversation load time?
When all the comments are loaded (for eg. 430 of them) it becomes very difficult to scroll down if the comments are not interesting.
That would be nice If my public channel would be really public without my action
this software puts privacy first
Is this by design?
Is there any way to change this behavior and make it similar to Hubzilla?
composer install --no-dev