h-entry to text

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h-entry to text is a method of taking an h-entry and converting it into a human-readable sentence describing the h-entry, in particular for interactions with posts.

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Examples

Likes

  • "{author} liked a post {post URL}"
  • "{author} liked a post that linked to {post URL}"

In some cases it may make sense to include the URL of the h-entry in the sentence, such as when the sentence is sent via a plaintext channel such as IRC or text message.

  • "{author} liked a post that linked to {post URL} ({like URL})"

Replies

  • "{author} commented on a post that linked to {post URL} ({comment URL})"

Reposts

  • ...

aside: possible use of silo-specific verbs for reposts like: retweet, reshare

RSVPs

  • ...

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