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The ActivityPub protocol is a decentralized social networking protocol
based upon the [ActivityStreams] 2.0 data format.
It provides a client to server API for creating, updating and deleting
content, as well as a federated server to server API for delivering
notifications and content.
standard  email  protocol  +++  federation  social  project 
4 days ago by iiridayn - A community-driven source of knowledge for Language Server Protocol implementations
The LSP was created by Microsoft to define a common language for programming language analyzers to speak. Today, several companies have come together to support its growth, including Codenvy, Red Hat, and Sourcegraph, and the protocol is becoming supported by a rapidly growing list of editor and language communities. See below for details on and links to current client and server implementations.

Why LSP?

LSP creates the opportunity to reduce the m-times-n complexity problem of providing a high level of support for any programming language in any editor, IDE, or client endpoint to a simpler m-plus-n problem.

For example, instead of the traditional practice of building a Python plugin for VSCode, a Python plugin for Sublime Text, a Python plugin for Vim, a Python plugin for Sourcegraph, and so on, for every language, LSP allows language communities to concentrate their efforts on a single, high performing language server that can provide code completion, hover tooltips, jump-to-definition, find-references, and more, while editor and client communities can concentrate on building a single, high performing, intuitive and idiomatic extension that can communicate with any language server to instantly provide deep language support.
editor  protocol  standards  IDE  Vim  programming  revisit  links  resources  opensource 
5 days ago by archangel
Dat Project - Welcome!
Dat is the nonprofit-backed technology & community for building applications of the future.
decentralized  web  protocol 
6 days ago by brentf
If you have a meeting in Ethiopia, you better doublecheck the time
"Because Ethiopia is close to the Equator, daylight is pretty consistent throughout the year. So many Ethiopians use a 12-hour clock, with one cycle of 1 to 12 — from dawn to dusk — and the other cycle from dusk to dawn.

Most countries start the day at midnight. So 7:00 a.m. in East Africa Time, Ethiopia's time zone, is 1:00 in daylight hours in local Ethiopian time. At 7:00 p.m., East Africa Time, Ethiopians start over again, so it's 1:00 on their 12-hour clock."
time  ethiopia  africa  culture  protocol  standards  2015 
7 days ago by robertogreco
SCION Internet Architecture
Interesting, but still have misgivings about treating core providers as trusted.
e2e  encryption  network  internet  protocol  design  networking  architecture  standard  specification  concept  security 
8 days ago by asteroza

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