Looks like Google is determined to make maintaining open source extensions for Chrome/Chromium an utterly demoralizing experience.
Updates to extensions that have been published for years being rejected for critical bugfixes with robo-rejection emails, no way to reach a human. One forum, not really advertised anywhere, is getting flooded with developer requests:
Summarised some results from a notebook that I use to play with the Covid19 data. It includes a simple prediction model for number of cases: https://keorn.org/data/covid19/
4 reasons for leaving proprietary review platforms behind, and 1 tool to make it happen. Check out our release blog post for the Mangrove beta web app:
We just released the Mangrove demo web app 🚀
You can read and write reviews and upload pictures for restaurants, hotels, touristic sites and other places on the map, as well as for companies, websites and books.
Canonical serialization is pretty important for cryptographic message signing. Canonical CBOR is closest to a standard, but its in a pretty bad shape:
- FIDO2 aims to use their own version and not the one defined in the RFC: https://fidoalliance.org/specs/fido-v2.0-id-20180227/fido-client-to-authenticator-protocol-v2.0-id-20180227.html#ctap2-canonical-cbor-encoding-form
- A bunch of libraries use different ordering: JS `cbor`/`borc` and Rust `serde_cbor` with only the last one making any claims related to canonicality.
Our first project, Mangrove, offers an alternative architecture for reviews and recommendations: we disentangle the data layer from the layer of value adding services, and thus enable reviews provided by people to be a commons, freely available to all.
See here our proposed standard for the open data set, and share with us what you think: https://gitlab.com/plantingspace/mangrove/blob/master/Mangrove_Review_Standard_v1.md
More about Mangrove: https://planting.space/mangrove.html
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