Yesterday, Happy Prime owner and engineer Jeremy Felt released Shortnotes, a plugin for writing notes from the WordPress editor. The intention is for users to create short pieces of content, such a…
How to give up these trade-based ad-networks and make use of the wonderful Fediverse.
And from that day on it will probably get the Best Of You 🙂
Awesome, @WPalant@infosec.exchange is giving Webmentions a try and that’s totally not my fault 😁
Hope this works out for you too 👍 It’s intriguing how your focus is on the security side of things. Most people I know use it simply for easier interactions and backfeeding. Let me know if you’re interested in a tour/demo 😉
There are 2 issues and I’d probably be sold already:
So good to see the #Indieweb growing 🙂 Thanks for considering #GDPR. It’s an ongoing challenge that probably never pays off for small private websites at all. Anyway, I’ve my disclaimer up – kindly provided by the #Webmention WordPress plugin – so the only thing to cover are probably backfeed comments. Considering from what sites such backfeeds usually come from – and what privacy disclaimer they run – I’ll simply wait for the first request. Not that hard to print out or get rid of a bunch of table entries, no?
BTW: I couldn’t automatically parse your
h-card because it’s not a child of the
h-entry. See http://php.microformats.io/ for easier debug.
Lately I’ve been photo blogging to Pixelfed instead of Instagram. (Pixelfed.social, to be precise, which is an instance running Pixelfed. I wrote a note about Pixelfed a while ago where this …
Interesting read about Pixelfed: https://gergolippai.com/2019/05/23/a-note-from-the-fediverse-a-pixelfed-update/ by @firstname.lastname@example.org. It’s odd that I’m already that long on the Fediverse but never took a closer look at #pixelfed.
Seems to be an interesting blog as well.
Mayhap missing #Webmention support but I’ll happily sub to the feed 🙂
Update: Looks like @email@example.com added #Webmention support: https://mastodon.social/@gergolippai/103989943052882888 👍
That’s the way to go, @jlelse. While self hosting is more work it does always pay in the end. Especially at the end of 3rd party services: https://indieweb.org/site-deaths
#WebMention aren’t that critical tho since the addressed endpoint is always in your own control and can be switched any minute. So I guess it’s fine to use the service especially in the beginning. Still a good move.
External links in public notes will now receive a #Webmention if supported.