I'm happy to announce that my barebones ActivityPub server, implemented in Node.js/Express, is now open source! I intend for it to be a reference implementation for developers who are adding ActivityPub to their own services, but also it is an application server that you can build on if you want.
In other words, t's a few hundred lines of code that lets you create Mastodon-compatible accounts that can accept follow requests and post stuff to their followers.
@fluffy please do!! It's exactly why I made this
@fluffy I haven't tested it but it seems like it works! I am relying on a very very small subset of RSS that is probably in every atom feed
@darius the Atom DTD is completely different than the RSS DTD though. Atom is a strict functionality superset at least. Are you using an existing feed parsing library? Most of those do a good job of working with both.
A silly instance of Mastodon for queer folk and non-queer folk alike. Let's be friends!
Note for folks coming from Tumblr; NSFW content is allowed here, but you must tag your posts as NSFW, and provide a clear content warning for them! NSFW profile pictures or banners, or explicit usernames/display names are not allowed. Please keep it friendly!