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Nico del Castillo

Nico del Castillo on twitter.com

oops missed this! I'm near Burbank, Anaheim is no problem to get to from here.

Cool! Any recommendations? I’m an omnivore and don’t mind vegetarian/vegan.


?RavenWorks?

?RavenWorks? on twitter.com

Ohhhh, is this for people who are still making standalone websites? I like the sound of that…

It’s for everybody. :] But yes, webmentions were developed in the indieweb community and a lot of our personal sites support it so we can interact between our sites.


?RavenWorks?

?RavenWorks? on twitter.com

https://alistapart.com/article/webmentions-enabling-better-communication-on-the-internet wait, this has been a thing for over a year and a half?? how do I miss out on all these things for so long

I’m biased, but the indieweb chat is a good place to keep up with things people are doing on their personal sites and get inspired! https://indieweb.org/discuss


@nicopolitan Whereabouts are you in LA? I’m going to a concert at Anaheim House of Blues this Saturday. If you’re not too far away, maybe we could grab a bite beforehand.


I was reminded of ICQ today and tried logging in. I remembered my ID and the password I used from the late ’90s. Good jorb, brain.

4611084 if anyone wants to say hi.


[god creating mushrooms]

god: some go on pizzas
angel: you ok buddy?

https://twitter.com/Skoogeth/status/1021437341569888256


@thetwilightsown Hey Mark, I just got an email confirmation about the album shipping (awesome!) but unfortunately my address has changed. I replied to the email but wasn't sure if a human would see it. Should I email someone else?


gRegor Morrill

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Recommended follows: @prisonculture @some_qualia ‏@ZoeJardiniere @HappySonship ‏@MaryNumair ‏@ExistentialEnso @MuslimIQ ‏

Oops, thought I had @contrapoints in there. Recommend her YouTube as well.


Nic Lake

Nic Lake on twitter.com

Reminder: I am looking for more people to follow that provide quality content here on Twitter, and ESPECIALLY if they are… - women - PoC - LGBTQ+ So far I’ve gotten ZERO recommendations. Surely you know of someone.

Recommended follows: @prisonculture @some_qualia ‏@ZoeJardiniere @HappySonship ‏@MaryNumair ‏@ExistentialEnso @MuslimIQ ‏



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Mmm, I miss Bdubs. And you.


Want to read: Theft of Swords by Michael J. Sullivan (ISBN 9780316187749)


Finished reading: Finding God in the Waves by Mike McHargue (ISBN 9781101906040)


Micropub properties for indiebookclub

Tantek and I were discussing the read-of and read-status properties and the process of standardizing them in the h-entry specification. I realized read-status may be an overly-specific property name, since the same concept might apply to listen, watch, and exercise posts. Since these are experimental properties, ideally they should be published with the x prefix: p-x-read-status. I noted this in the brainstorming for read posts.

The problem

I’m trying to decide if/how I should update the indiebookclub Micropub request to reflect this. I know of three Micropub servers processing both properties when publishing:

The WordPress Semantic Linkbacks plugin consumes the read-of property from webmentions to display a separate reading facepile.

The seemingly correct thing would be for indiebookclub to send these properties as x-read-status and x-read-of. My first reaction is: I don’t want to break the servers above (especially micro.blog) by changing it. My second reaction is: if I do change them now and eventually read properties get standardized, changing at that point will break servers a second time. Is it better to break things once or twice? I wonder if the “best” thing to do is leave the request as-is and only update it later, once the properties are standardized. This could have the negative effect of encouraging people to keep publishing read-status and read-of, giving the impression they’re standard.

A potential solution?

I could make different versions of the Micropub request and let users toggle them on their settings page. To prevent micro.blog from breaking immediately, I could default micro.blog users to the legacy version. Everyone else would default to v2. Whenever the properties are standardized, v3 would be setup and become the default.

This solution feels a bit unfriendly to Micropub server implementers, so I keep coming back to wondering if I should keep it as-is and only change when it’s standardized.

I feel a bit stuck, so I’m definitely open to suggestions. Help me, Micropub masters! :]


@planetvoss Just saw your girlfriend in Ant-Man and the Wasp. Better watch out; she’s getting friendly with Paul Rudd.


@judicialnetwork Why are you sending me spam text messages?


In reply to a post on twitter.com:

Ahh, I think I forgot the response lines. Was it “exclamation point” and then “MOVE, LADY!”?


I’m attendingNoSQL - Like SQL but not” on


Annie

Annie on twitter.com

Hi gee-Regor. I’m sorry to hear you’re feeling this way. I also know that you are not alone with these feelings. I think they’re completely normal and if there is anything I can do to help, let me know. Thank you for sharing how you’re feeling. I love your face.

Thanks, gee-FM. :]


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