@lightone Curius 🤔
@lightone @daycode Yeah, everything is in the release-amber-ale branch: https://gitlab.com/ngerakines/tavern/-/tree/release-amber-ale. I'm making pretty good progress with it running on tavern.ngrok.io. The test account is @nick
@ngerakines OK, then I'll add the extra branch link now but will switch it to master branch later on, just in case. :)
@lightone mastodon is Ruby, no? It must account for a few running instances :-)
@millette Most Fedi instances run Mastodon, but, for now, other Fediverse related projects are written mostly in languages other than Ruby. You've reminded me though that Mastodon forks (Hometown, Glitch-soc, etc) are not on the list yet. They would account for several more Ruby projects.
@lightone If you sort by commits or number of contributors, surely Mastodon and Pleroma would uncover two languages that don't appear at all in your top 5. No?
@raucao If we measure Fediverse projects by community / developer attention, Mastodon and Pleroma would certainly be on top! Not sure about commits. diaspora, Friendica, Hubzilla have existed for a longer period of time and will be on top by that metric. Sorting Fediverse-related projects by code languages is useful for developers who'd like to contribute in their target language. In fact, "rare" languages give more chances for a project to attract new devs (less attention diversion 🙃).
@lightone Diaspora is also written in Ruby, and Friendica and Hubzilla would share the PHP spot. So Ruby should still appear in any "top 5 languages" for fedi devs IMO. Just saying it's odd that it's missing in that list, considering the large fedi projects using it.
@lightone It's not top 5 by a faulty/less relevant metric. But OK. You can pretend it's not one of the top 5 languages all you want in your own lists. Just pointing out the flaw.
@lightone so am I that one Java weirdo? 😂
@humanetech Thanks for the link, will be added to Wiki watchlist: https://git.feneas.org/feneas/fediverse/-/wikis/watchlist-for-activitypub-apps Not sure about adding it on the website: the last commit was on October 2014 and no activity in issues since then. Might be slightly outdated by now (?).
maybe add to the It's Dead, Jim section. The code looks to be of good quality. Maybe someone will pick it up in future.
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