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I proposed microformat support for <a href="/tags/Plume" class="hashtag" title="Plume tag">#Plume</a> and it was just merged in! The Plume team is amazing. I'll wait a little while and then propose support for <a href="/tags/webmentions" class="hashtag" title="webmentions tag">#webmentions</a> and <a href="/tags/MicroPub" class="hashtag" title="MicroPub tag">#MicroPub</a> . I don't want to overwhelm them with too many requests outside their scope.<br><br>As a bonus, because both Plume and <a href="/tags/Booth" class="hashtag" title="Booth tag">#Booth</a> are written in <a href="/tags/Rust" class="hashtag" title="Rust tag">#Rust</a> , both projects could benefit from any work.

Rust webmentions Booth Plume MicroPub

I'm working on <a href="/tags/webmentions" class="hashtag" title="webmentions tag">#webmentions</a> finally! <a href="/tags/Rust" class="hashtag" title="Rust tag">#Rust</a> doesn't have good support for asynchronous http yet, so unfortunately, I can't build it into <a href="/tags/Booth" class="hashtag" title="Booth tag">#Booth</a> yet.<br><br>Here's a test link. <a href=""></a>

Rust webmentions Booth

🎉 <a href="/tags/Booth" class="hashtag" title="Booth tag">#Booth</a> has likes/boosts now. Eventually, I want to fetch the h-card of the target and display that on my post, but for now it just shows the link.


Right now, <a href="/tags/Booth" class="hashtag" title="Booth tag">#Booth</a> uses regular expressions to find hashtags and links. I'm working on a parser that uses a <a href="/tags/Rust" class="hashtag" title="Rust tag">#Rust</a> crate called <a href="/tags/Pest" class="hashtag" title="Pest tag">#Pest</a> that should be a lot cleaner and easier to extend.

Rust Booth Pest

I enjoyed this episode of Fullstack Radio. The host and guest discussed developers' tendency to over-engineer projects or try to plan too much upfront vs building a minimum viable product and iterating on it.<br /><br /><a href=""></a><br /><br />It's something that has frustrated be at work before. With <a href="/tags/Booth" class="hashtag" title="Booth tag">#Booth</a>, I'm going the MVP route. It's much easier to build something small and add to it than trying to see the future. And its more fun having a prototype to hack on. <br /><br /><a href="/tags/development" class="hashtag" title="development tag">#development</a> <a href="/tags/software" class="hashtag" title="software tag">#software</a>

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