The code I've written in my off time in the last couple weeks is not the world's best code. My code never is. But it's significant for me because I haven't written much code in my spare time in a long time. Also, I'm finally at the point with go where I can whip off an idea pretty quickly without tons of effort.
I think this may work out. Got a proof of concept of a little daemon that generates static html from public pleroma posts. Should be able to put it into an nginx upstream block with "proxy_next_upstream". That way, the daemon throws an error or 403 or whatever, the request gets sent to the real pleroma instance
@pmosetc btw, the link worked
@kaniini For the record (RIP my mentions probably), pleroma is pretty great and I'm glad you all are doing it.
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