“save myself from the mob of cancel culture” does not read as a good faith interpretation of the reactions you received.
Currently reading: You're a Miracle (And a Pain in the Ass): Embracing the Emotions, Habits, and Mystery That Make You You by (ISBN 9781984823243)
Want to read: It's Not Always Depression: Working the Change Triangle to Listen to the Body, Discover Core Emotions, and Connect to Your Authentic Self by (ISBN 9780399588143)
Recommended by Hillary McBride
It gets my homepage URL as the author property, but I don't expect it will handle fetching that and following the authorship specification. That's more indieweb-land than microformats2.
BTW, I'm gonna have a quick IndieWeb lunch Zoom at noon today. Link will be in chat.
I think that changed around Austin. I'm just changing stuff around to keep you on your toes, haha.
Instead of duplicating my mini h-card on each post, I'm linking to the homepage now. It's not as common, but the authorship specification shows how to identify the h-card that way.
Hey Spencer, thanks for the kind words.
Have you seen indiebookclub.biz? That’s a little tool I’ve put together that makes it easier to post those read posts to your site. It’s via Micropub and there is an indieweb plugin that adds Micropub support to Wordpress sites, so you might be closer to achieving this than you think!
I’m not super familiar with the WordPress plugin, but the IndieWeb WordPress community would be happy to help with any questions. There’s a dedicated chat channel for WordPress if you want to stop by. More details at indieweb.org/discuss.
Nice! I need to get the earlier seasons on disc. I was early on in a re-watch when Prime stopped including it.
@gofundme Please pass along to your web team: this is bad password policy. More at https://www.troyhunt.com/passwords-evolved-authentication-guidance-for-the-modern-era/
On my list of reading posts I use
h-cite to mark up the books with the
uid being the ISBN or DOI. Check out the parsed result of that page. My list isn’t really a bookshelf since each post has its own
read-status, but take a look at the parsed
h-cite within each post.
This gets more hypothetical since I have not posted a lot of reviews, but an
h-review post could have the
item be the book’s
h-cite. A bookshelf would then be a stream of
h-review posts. A nice benefit of that is social readers are already able to subscribe to and display those streams.
Throwback to three years ago with Mommer https://gregorlove.com/2017/04/hello-from-mommer-and-gregor/
The `h-cite` nested in your `in-reply-to` should have a `u-url` property. That makes the parsed `value` of it the URL, which most comment consumers expect. That's why your replies show up on my site as mentions instead of replies.