@Argus They're also one of the few spaces we can still socialise in this age of social distancing (at least during the cold months). Let's light more bonfires!
@Argus bonfires often start among a small group of friends and then may attract neighbours and others who want hang out for a while. Also burning stuff is fun!
@bonfire I love the name "Bonfire" - makes me think of Dark Souls, and the security bonfires provide. What was the source of the name?
The ActivityPub Panel
ActivityPub is now a widely adopted #standard
... but how did it become a standard in the first place?
Q&A FRI, 14:30 UTC
While development-oriented talks are crucial to the conference, I love that #apconf2020 incorporates more interdisciplinary approaches to the practical application of these tools!
Library Sciences: https://conf.tube/videos/watch/85a7d230-7e75-48fd-b399-d182ddece030
Cultural Psychology: https://conf.tube/videos/watch/2b43c03e-b5d7-420d-b30d-fe16fda7f498
Curriculum Development/Independent Learning: https://conf.tube/videos/watch/c42604a8-d71d-4bd0-8081-d2c77210f206
CommonsPub and the quest for a modular decentralised app ecosystem https://conf.tube/videos/watch/d66cf9ea-e8bf-452e-bb36-e88a402e3da2
Just launched a first draft of our website with a little info about what we're cooking: https://bonfire.cafe
TL;DR: Bonfire will be:
1. a pre-configured device
2. a fediverse identity hosted service (which syncs between the fediverse and the device whenever it comes online)
3. apps (web apps but they run on the device instead of the cloud)
Hello fediverse! you may want to check out the short presentation @mayel recorded for #apconf, which introduces our @bonfire https://conf.tube/videos/watch/d66cf9ea-e8bf-452e-bb36-e88a402e3da2