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V_
V_

While working on Webmention support for my homepage, I started to wonder how content licensing is handled. I’ve never seen it mentioned in the docs.

I just assume everyone is ok, with displaying their writing on my page, or is this too simplistic a process?

nekr0z
nekr0z

@V\_ replied on my site evgenykuznetsov.org/2019/ive-... but looks like webmentions aren't working properly

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V_
V_

@nekr0z That is good reasoning! And sorry, I receive webmentions on my page but at the moment they are not yet displayed. I'm still working on the integration code, to get the mentions onto my page.

One additional point, which you also mentions is "Backlogging replies from silos", I'm thinking here mostly about replies I recive via Micro.blog – not that this is a clasical silo – but this threads would be displayed as well, and my feeling is the same that this is still an open question.

nekr0z
nekr0z

@V_ Micro.blog actually is a silo, albeit admittedly not a classical one; it does force you to have a micro.blog account to interact with any publication (i.e. refuses webmentions from sites that are not linked to a micro.blog account). I'd call it an IndieWeb-friendly silo, but a silo nonetheless. And so for replies on micro.blog the same logic can be applied: if the reply is linked to original post on a proper IndieWeb site, then, supposedly, this is a purposeful interaction. If not, well, things are questionable, as with any other POSSE/backlog chain.

nekr0z
nekr0z
@V\_

Micro.blog actually is a silo, albeit admittedly not a classical one; it does force you to have a micro.blog account to interact with any publication (i.e. refuses webmentions from sites that are not linked to a micro.blog account). I’d call it an IndieWeb-friendly silo, but a silo nonetheless. And so for replies on micro.blog the same logic can be applied: if the reply is linked to original post on a proper IndieWeb site, then, supposedly, this is a purposeful interaction. If not, well, things are questionable, as with any other POSSE/backlog chain.