@tuxether I certainly do. Many problems that stem from climate change can probably not be solved anymore, but perhaps we can prevent the worst by sticking our heads together. Please keep me posted and let me know if I can help. Thx.
@tuxether A platform where you can ask any question and get answers or find a question and provide an answer while not even leaving your Mastodon account, and that will keep all those questions organised for future use by community? Fuck yeah, I'd like that very much!
@tuxether Sounds good.
@tuxether Am working on just such a platform in Go.
I'd certainly be open to sharing the code and joining forces with whoever is interested.
It's early stages, but moving along.
I'm actually implementing AP myself, manually, no autogenerated code. I want the code to be nice and readable + I wanted to implement it myself for the experience.
I have it up on GitHub in a private repo, I'll open-source once it's a bit more fleshed out, but I'll invite you to take a look if you want.
Just need your GitHub username if you have one.
Can experimentally play with it on the v1.0.0 branch here:
Well, my code's structured completely differently. But I guess we'll see how it goes. Am certainly for a design allowing for thousands of lines of code, not tens of thousands.
Now it may not be as rigorously strict implementation as go-fed generates, but am just aiming for something that works and is nicely maintainable.
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