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mikehaynes
mikehaynes

@c That’s awesome, thanks for sharing! I’ll have to take a look.

2017-10-31 2:47 pm
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c
c

@mikehaynes If it helps, David Shanske has an mf2 version of Underscores for IndieWeb use: github.com/dshanske/...

2017-10-31 8:25 am
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hope
hope

@eli Hmm interesting... It should've picked that up but didn't.

2017-10-30 5:42 pm
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eli
eli

@hope oh, nope! That was my bad. It was a response of just two emoji. Sorry about that

2017-10-30 5:40 pm
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hope
hope

@eli Hmm did you send me a blank reply? Or was it just me...

2017-10-30 5:38 pm
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eli
eli

@hope 🙌👍

2017-10-30 1:00 pm
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avi
avi

@eli I can relate. I’ve been putting off merging my old archive of posts and my micro.blog posts into a single corpus with a single feed… 😬

2017-10-30 4:15 am
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hope
hope

@eli It would also have a bookmarklet for easy link posting, other than that I really don't need anything else.

2017-10-30 3:36 am
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hope
hope

@eli Let's see, a light CMS would be like micro.blog, but with unlimited posts and tag support.

2017-10-30 3:34 am
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mikehaynes
mikehaynes

@eli I ended up using WordPress for my microblog site with Underscores as the base. Love the ability to integrate with IFTTT and the plugins available for WP.

2017-10-30 2:54 am
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eli
eli
My website works well for me, but I've been thinking a lot about re-writing it from the ground up. The code is a mess, hastily thrown together when I was wicked excited to dive headlong into the indieweb and micro.blog as fast as possible. Haven't made or found the time to do ... eli.li
2017-10-30 1:17 am
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