If you are running OpenStack Swift Object Storage with Mastodon, to use authentication v3 you need to *not* set SWIFT_TENANT in .env.production or fog-openstack will automatically fallback to v2 if tenant is detected.
With auth v3 running you will avoid having to issue a new token for each request. Besides being best practice and probably faster (haven't tested), you will avoid token limits that OVH or others implement. Eg: I was getting 429 errors on OVH because they only allow 60/minute/user.
Mastodon 3.0 in-depth: New APIs, deployment options, and admin settings
Ghosteen – Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds #np
If you are an admin and have users that have set their language as 'pt' (you will see errors on your Sidekiq on some actions related to those users and the language 'pt' being invalid).
If you feel comfortable around PostgreSQL database, you can find all users that have pt as their language doing something like:
select email,locale from users where locale='pt';
Running the code mentioned in the GitHub issue should fix it. Shouldn't be a problem but run it at your own risk :) or wait for a fix
If you are a Mastodon user that had your language set as Portuguese (Portugal) or an admin with users from Portugal, you should read this: https://github.com/tootsuite/mastodon/issues/12082
I think I have to take a day of work just to go through all the changes for Mastodon v3.0 https://github.com/tootsuite/mastodon/releases/tag/v3.0.0rc1 :)
Current status #jomo
“Once I wanted to be the greatest” https://youtu.be/0KtrQ5nWl7w
I do like the new 1 column interface :) https://blog.joinmastodon.org/2019/06/mastodon-2.9/
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