Congrats on the release! Pleroma is very important, since it’s the only (?) alternative to mastodon.
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.
Is there any documentation on how “Emoji Reactions” are implemented, ActivityPub-wise?
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
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.