Implemented an optional compact view for those who prefer seeing everything in one glance

ActivityPub progress in anancus: Got most of the interfaces implemented. Now to test. It does seem to work at first glance. The app supports multiple AP persons and multiple AP groups.

Server performance is critical to user experience. That's why I'm load testing anancus using github.com/tsenart/vegeta

Results for constant load of 3,000 requests per second on an ARM chip seem to indicate that anancus will run smoothly on single board computers like the Raspberry Pi.

Super early sneak peak at anancus, a self-hosted and federated social link aggregation platform. There isn't much code right now, but interested users can keep an eye on gitlab.com/tuxether/anancus

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