This allows filtering down on the payloads received without needing to grep logs while testing in the real world. Since AP isn't exactly a strict protocol, being more of a framework, it's important to easily see the unrecognized payloads sent by real nodes with as little effort as possible.
@hypolite Maybe I should have clarified. When talking about "a model" I also meant "a Django admin page", since that pretty much gets generated automatically.
@hypolite 👍 yeah in this case it's the dropped messages I'm interested in as the point is to ensure they're not dropped :)
@hypolite I mean my original post was a bit of a "what I should have done right at the beginning when starting socialhome". Ie log all federation messages and allow looking at those that are not recognized. Would have saved so much log grepping time.
@hypolite When I started Socialhome, the Diaspora protocol wasn't exactly documented... And neither is the way AP is implemented these days.
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