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Personal Blog about anything - mostly programming, cooking and random thoughts

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I'm not sure if this note will show up on hashtags. They are added to the #ActivityPub object, but is this sufficient for #Mastodon?

Please react to this if you saw this note due to its hashtag!

#fediverse #testing


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owl-blogs now supports replies to entries. The content of the reply is added to the bottom of the post, similar to comments.

#ActivityPub #Fediverse


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Another test note


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I can now process likes on my blog notes via #ActivityPub


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second test note


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Sign message for ActivityPub mock:

Based on Mastodon Doc - Security

def sign(method, url, data):
    from urllib.parse import urlparse
    from cryptography.hazmat.primitives.serialization import load_pem_private_key
    from cryptography.hazmat.primitives import hashes
    from cryptography.hazmat.primitives.asymmetric import padding

    priv_key = load_pem_private_key(PRIV_KEY_PEM.encode(), None)
    body = json.dumps(data).encode()
    body_hash = hashlib.sha256(body).digest()
    digest = "SHA-256=" + base64.b64encode(body_hash).decode()
    date = datetime.now(tz=timezone.utc).strftime("%a, %d %b %Y %H:%M:%S GMT")
    host = "localhost:3000"
    target = urlparse(url).path
    to_sign = f"""(request-target): {method.lower()} {target}
host: {host}
date: {date}""".encode()
    sig = priv_key.sign(
        to_sign,
        padding.PKCS1v15(),
        hashes.SHA256(),
    )
    sig_str = base64.b64encode(sig).decode()

    request = requests.Request(method, url, data=body)
    request = request.prepare()
    request.headers["Content-Digest"] = digest
    request.headers["Host"] = host
    request.headers["Date"] = date
    request.headers["Signature"] = (
        f'keyId="http://mock_masto/users/h4kor#main-key",headers="(request-target) host date",signature="{sig_str}"'
    )
    return request

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2027: Das Landgericht Hamburg entscheidet, dass das vorsätzliche falsch beantworten eines CAPTCHA ein schwerer Eingriff in die Verkehrssicherheit ist. Die falschen Trainingsdaten können bei selbstfahrenden Autos zu Unfällen führen.

Der Angeklagte wurde zu einer Freiheitsstrafe von 3 Jahren und einem Schadensersatz von 5 Mio. € an den Kläger Tesla Inc. verurteilt.


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I've got this images from http://thisartworkdoesnotexist.com/. It's been my default test image ever since.


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Browse GTK4 icon on Ubuntu:

sudo apt install gtk-4-examples
gtk4-icon-browser

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