Added Webmention support to the blog by Wladimir PalantWladimir Palant (Almost Secure)
A discussion on Mastodon convinced me to take a look at the Webmention standard, and I even implemented a receiver for this blog.

Awesome, 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 😉

Adding Webmentions to My Website by Martin SchneiderMartin Schneider
Webmention is a webstandard that enables websites to notify each other when content is mentioned, liked or linked. This is my little journey how I have implemented them into my website. One reason to write posts like this one is sharing my learnings and I’m looking forward to get as much feedback ...

So good to see the growing 🙂 Thanks for considering . 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 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 for easier debug.

A note from the Fediverse: a Pixelfed update. by Gergo LippaiGergo Lippai (A day in the rants)
Lately I’ve been photo blogging to Pixelfed instead of Instagram. (, to be precise, which is an instance running Pixelfed. I wrote a note about Pixelfed a while ago where this …

Interesting read about Pixelfed: by It’s odd that I’m already that long on the Fediverse but never took a closer look at .

Seems to be an interesting blog as well. Mayhap missing support but I’ll happily sub to the feed 🙂

Update: Looks like added support: 👍

a post by Jan-Lukas ElseJan-Lukas Else
Thanks for your tip to take a look at the post by Steve Layton! Unfortunately I'm not using currently and rather want my setup to be self-hosted as much as possible. To do that I recently also started receiving webmentions myself instead of relying on It's not that I don't ...

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:

#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.