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poppastring

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I work for :microsoft: as a Product Manager building debugging and diagnostics tooling for :visualstudio: :dotnet: and Azure.

I blog here: https://www.poppastring.com/blog

I also serve as the primary maintainer for one of the oldest .NET open-source projects, dasBlog :csharp:.

https://github.com/poppastring/dasblog-core

From 🇬🇧 now living in 🇺🇸. #Columbus

I talk a lot about the #NBA

I'm searchable.

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It just occurred to me that I am of the same age of the parents of today's NBA players. 🙃

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A post from the archive 📫:
Public Art Museums

https://www.poppastring.com/blog/public-art-museums
#musings

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Boston have eliminated the Dallas lob game... #nba

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"Black British anti-knife crime activist Shaun Thompson, 38, has launched a legal challenge against the Metropolitan Police. The police detained the 38-year-old after live facial recognition technology wrongly identified him as a suspect."

The tragic irony is that these models get trained on datasets that do not represent the entire population, and then of course get weaponized against the marginalized communities.

https://peopleofcolorintech.com/articles/anti-knife-crime-activist-brings-legal-challenge-to-police-after-false-facial-recognition-arrest/

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A post from the archive 📫:
Collecting dumps anywhere with dotnet-monitor

https://www.poppastring.com/blog/collecting-dumps-anywhere-with-dotnetmonitor

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The Zoom team has either run out of ideas or is simply trolling people like me who cannot let an idea as strange as this go unanswered. 🤪

https://www.theverge.com/2024/6/3/24168733/zoom-ceo-ai-clones-digital-twins-videoconferencing-decoder-interview

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Dear Creator/Blogger/vlogger/Reviewer/developer/etc.,

Please keep sharing your content, even if someone creates something similar, your point of view and voice remains valuable!

Some folks will love your content. 🤗
Some folks will hate your content. 😡
Most will completely ignore your content. 😵

Either way just keep sharing!

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Remember Rudy Gobert is supposed to the Defensive player of the year.

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If you are on a marketing team and your organization has bad news to share, the window for a news dump that everyone ignores just opened up. 👀

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I walked and rode past Grand Palais multiple times when I was in Paris but unfortunately this wonderous structure was completely obscured from view.

The atrium is formed of over 6,000 tons of steel

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A post from the archive 📫:

Debug & Analyze Dump Files in Visual Studio
https://www.poppastring.com/blog/debug-analyze-dump-files-in-visual-studio

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@khalidabuhakmeh Lol, I have a bug in my automated posting here, it occasionally fails here for some reason. I literally do have to debug it 👀 :)

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NuGet is now in C# Dev Kit
The April release now includes an initial set of NuGet tooling features, as detailed in this blog post.

https://devblogs.microsoft.com/dotnet/may-release-of-csharp-dev-kit/

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ICQ is shutting down after almost 28 years 😢

https://www.theverge.com/2024/5/25/24164579/icq-shut-down-june

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Last week was big for and

⚒️ 17.10 GA - https://aka.ms/vs/v1710GA
🌟 @dotnet Aspire GA - https://aka.ms/AspireGA
🌥️ GitHub Copilot for Azure - https://aka.ms/azcode/copilot/announce
🤖 AI Toolkit for VS Code - https://aka.ms/aitoolkit

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A post from the archive 📫:
Columbus Fantasy Transit Map

https://www.poppastring.com/blog/columbus-fantasy-transit-map
#musings

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@mapache Hey there I have followed your work here, starting with discovery:

https://maho.dev/2024/02/a-guide-to-implementing-activitypub-in-a-static-site-or-any-website-part-3/

I think I have a valid WebFinger and also an endpoint for Actor. I have carefully checked the output against your blog and the only differences appear to be the data, but I am still not discoverable.

I wanted to check if I needed to implement the other endpoints in Actor before I became searchable.

My test system is here: https://thedasblog.com

Any suggestions would be really appreciated :)

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@mapache I did get this working, my problem was related to the way in which my JSON content was produced. :)

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@mapache It was all about how I was returning the actor content. I am using MVC to return the data so I used:

Produces("application/json");

However, I also was returning the data like this:

return Json(data, jsonseropt);

I changed that to:

return Ok(data);

I now show up in any Masto search, but I still need to work on showing my latest posts on the profile page and handling things like follows, likes, etc.

Here is my latest my progress fwiw:

https://github.com/poppastring/dasblog-core/tree/webfinger-actor-support

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