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    Congrats on the release! Pleroma is very important, since it’s the only (?) alternative to mastodon.

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      It’s definitely a major and important alternative to Mastodon but it’s not the only other program that implements ActivityPub, or even the only other program that implements AP for twitter-like microblogging - the article mentions that GNU Social now supports ActivityPub and that compatibility with GNU Social has driven some software decisions.

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      Is there any documentation on how “Emoji Reactions” are implemented, ActivityPub-wise?

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        While there is no real documentation (yet), they are very simple, essentially likes with a one-emoji content field. See https://git.pleroma.social/pleroma/pleroma/-/blob/develop/test/fixtures/emoji-reaction.json and https://git.pleroma.social/pleroma/pleroma/-/merge_requests/1662

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        Hey @lain, it looks like you have a css glitch with the placement of the bottom image. When I’m scrolled to the top of the page, it jumps up and flashes for about a tenth to a third of a second. You might want to look at it because it could become a trigger for somebody’s photosensitive epilepsy.

        Glad to see a new release, especially one that makes pleroma slimmer.