My Fedi-Follow widget is ready for a full 1.0.0 release!
The widget provides an interface for Fediverse users to easily follow or share a url from their home instance. It’s the first stage in my plan to make it easier to integrate Fediverse sharing and following into other platforms, like WordPress or other site engines.
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I built a #MastoBot to post local #Covid19 numbers. In the process, I found Ontario Public Health’s data feeds and ended up building something much more generic and reusable than I initially intended. Aside from the very local hospitalization and ICU numbers from KHSC, the Ontario feeds can be filtered to be useful anywhere in the province.
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I’ve published another prerelease of #MastoBot to #npm; this prerelease expands coverage of the MastoBotAPI class and significantly improves method documentation coverage.
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After a flurry of accidental pushes direct to the main branch at work, I decided we need a technical solution. The obvious answer would be to use GitLab’s protected branches, but that’s not practical at our org. Next best: a #githook to check the branch one is committing to, and have the user confirm or cancel as the case may be.
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This turned out to be surprisingly difficult to find an answer for; I wanted to, in a node terminal program, wait for and return a single keypress.
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I’ve released an initial beta of #MastoBot to #npm.
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