List of #IPv6 services in Azure (from May this year): https://msandbu.org/ipv6-support-in-microsoft-azure/
I generally use Azure virtual servers, which support dual stack, with a public IP (which supports IPv6).
The thing where Tumblr and maybe Flickr are embracing ActivityPub is just so interesting to me
For years now the single biggest challenge in launching new social software has been bootstrapping new social graphs for your users
Around 2010 the answer was to use FB and Twitter APIs, but those have got more restricted over time and don't really feel like a safe bet to build on in 2022
Having smaller (but still huge!) networks embrace an open standard feels like a HUGE leap forward
After hearing some feedback,a nd wanting to be fair in my representation, I have change the title of the article. It is now:
I think we can all agree thats a more faithful title.
How to setup your Mastodon instance on a Raspberry Pi in an IPv6-only environment using NAT64 #mastodon #ipv6 https://www.raspberrypi.com/news/host-your-own-mastodon-instance-on-a-raspberry-pi/
CISA is as close to being a federal law enforcement agency as the Library of Congress is.
Like... calls of ACAB, or "They're the Feds!!!"... do y'all know what CISA does?
They study cyber/hacking attacks on the US (and elsewhere) and disseminate that info out.
The most controversial thing they've done so far is to call out then President Donald Trump bullshit about the election being stolen (which was disinformation, an intentional lie). The first director was fired by tweet from Trump because of it.
Y'all do what you want to do. And I firmly believe official government Mastodon instances should be created to house official government Mastodon accounts... but I'd argue at least be accurate in your defederations.
Like, if you don't want ANY US govt accounts, cool. But why pick CISA in particular? What about Department of Transportation?
Also... you can just block the individual account. Blocking one of the largest Mastodon instances -one of the core places that is analyzing and contributing to secure coding of Mastodon so y'all don't get hacked into- for a couple of accounts (even for purposes for "making an example of") is like burning down a house to get rid of a spider.
Anyhow, y'all do you all.
Something I find extremely funny is the fact cryptocurrency was invented in response to distrust of banks post-2008. But as a result of the financial crisis banks got heavily regulated, whereas crypto didn't because it was new. Now you have crypto exchanges doing stuff even pre-2008 banks would have struggled to get away with like straight up printing money out of thin air and using customer deposits to buy penthouses for the CEO's parents.
So the Tumblr owner tweeted (how ironic) they would be adopting ActivityPub, but lets wait to see something actually happen. Articles pointed to "WordPress supports ActivityPub" , but it's actually a third party plugin by https://mastodon.social/@pfefferle (great plugin - I use it on my blog).
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Hi Folks! 👋🏻
Time for that #Introduction post:
🏢: #Microsoft employee, currently driving our #Passwordless story for #AzureAD customers. Also #FIDO, #FIDO2, #phishing-resistant, #UX, #A11y, and please dear gods, #EnableMFA.
🏡: Seattle Exurbs
👨🏻👩🏻👧🏻👦🏻: #workingmom, fam of 4.
Enjoy 🥖, 👩🏻🍳, 🚤,🐈
Looking forward to learning more about #indieweb!
Just finished an epic Burning Wheel #ttrpg campaign I have been playing every 2-3 weeks or so since January 2018 (108 sessions)!
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