I spent a good part of this year investigating Google's ad business. Today we published a story about trying to crack open its black box ad network.
Unlike its competitors, Google conceals nearly all publishers it works with and where billions of ad dollars flow. We found that Google's vast ad network contains manga piracy, porn, fraud and disinformation.
@tiago It was amusing for me coz that code would give an error that indentation is missing. So not even a function. I wasn’t trying to undermine the string inside.
I am not sure but the nginx was the only thing I found in the docs for proxy.
Perhaps any external buckets as well.
I think the header issue could be due to the CDN for avatar.
Check this docs https://docs.joinmastodon.org/admin/config/#cdn_host
@moanos Excel can be a pain in the ass with dates. I feel slightly better if I could atleast read the date as string without converting it into the underlying days since whatever excel used. Then i would use string operations to extract the date.
@freemo @trinsec While you’re at it could you also check whether the domain based verification is switched off. I added a link to my profile as suggested to my header. However it’s not verified yet. Did that a couple of days ago. Perhaps you had disabled it because of too many hits. I just wanted to verify this before going for funky emojis.
@freemo @trinsec i think it’s the way I have made the request. One thing i changed in the code was to use the cdn version of dompurify package rather than a local one. But from what I’ve seen the fetching is not done by the package and that’s where the error is happening.
Ha i saw a js library for mastodon but that seemed to require a token.
@trinsec @freemo All the Hugo guides are reusing the code first credited to @carlschwan at https://carlschwan.eu/2020/12/29/adding-comments-to-your-static-blog-with-mastodon/
@carlschwan, any thoughts on the matter?
@trinsec Okay for some reason, the get request from the code is denied!
Cross-Origin Request Blocked: The Same Origin Policy disallows reading the remote resource at https://qoto.org/api/v1/statuses/109399795717279616/context. (Reason: CORS header ‘Access-Control-Allow-Origin’ does not match ‘*, *’).
I am not sure if it is some server setting that only the admin can do something about.
That’s the simple curl i did. The json response seems intuitive. I will just have to figure out how the others mapped it to the ui.
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