Micro.blog

leonp
leonp

I’ve done a lot of work getting comments and webmentions working on this (static!) site, but my current urge (which comes around every couple of months or so) is to strip all that out and just post articles with an email address at the end. Or just stick to below the line comments.

warner
warner

@leonp just linked to one of your un-commented articles from an M.b post to make sure it's getting used ;) Lmk if webmention works

leonp
leonp

@warner Ta. Yeah, I’ve got it, although I’ll need to build the site for it to show :-) I should have been a bit clearer – all that stuff works fine, I just get the urge to get rid of it all so the site looks a lot plainer.

warner
warner

@leonp when you say 'got it': is that an email?

leonp
leonp

@warner I’ve got an RSS feed of all webmentions from webmention.io. As MB automatically sends a webmention with any post, it showed up in that feed (if you did indeed mean the above mention to www.thisdaysportion.com/notes/str...)

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warner
warner

@leonp i meant the post I accidentually made on my test blog and have now done on my correct one!

leonp
leonp

@warner Ah, got you! From wa.rner.me/2021/10/3... – no, that’s not getting picked up by webmention.io, so not getting through to my site. I’ll take a look at markup to see why.

leonp
leonp

@warner OK, I think that’s not appearing because your html doesn’t contain the classes webmention needs to understand who sent the link, what’s being linked to etc. Do they normally get through to the linked-to site? Could be my implementation, but I don’t see it at webmention.io

warner
warner

@leonp I'm just using vanilla M.b template so this is something @manton may wanna look into if he wants M.b to send out webmentions

manton
manton

@leonp @warner I see the normal Microformats classes on that page like h-entry, e-content, etc. but it looks like maybe the URL itself is missing?