alexlinskerquestion: I want people to be able to type a password into a post, and in PHP to check whether there's a line or paragraph break or space after it. Anyone know the string function code to do that?
donpdonpevanp: it looks like the only output is a URL which make sense. id say that the means the only input is a URL and an exact match is used. make @twitter and email@example.com are query helpers that get translated to http://twitter.com/twitter and ?. Drop the plain text as it does not map to a url
evanp"don park: your realtime address has been requested on openrealtime.net. Do you have an account on Tumblr, Posterous, WordPress, or Blogger...? Sign up at openrealtime.net so people can find you."
jancborchardtdonpdonp: sure it creates more problems, but to be solved with code. The goal of being able to sign in with your own name is to make sign in easier. The name does not necessarily need to be stored, it could only be the profile you actually authorized with
jancborchardtI know itâ€™s a hard problem, but those are the kind that should be solved, to peopleâ€™s benefit. We shouldnâ€™t say Â»fuck you, thatâ€™s too hard to implement, just learn to remember your email addressÂ«
jancborchardtjust as a thought: as openrealtime.net is kind of an open contacts backend / aggregator, in the future this could also be tied in with brennannovakâ€™s thing of a social indie messaging service
MichaelMalachii had an epiphany today that went something like, the regular internet is like symlinks where we point to some remote resource on the internet, and federated web is more about passing around the actual data itself rather than linking to it
LoqiMichaelMalachi meant to say: i had an epiphany today that went something like, the regular web is like symlinks where we point to some remote resource on the internet, and federated web is more about passing around the actual data itself rather than linking to it
tantekok folks - putting it out there - what do you think of an IndieWebCampUK in Brighton 2012-09-08â€¦09-09? (just after http://2012.dconstruct.org put on by @clearleft - tickets still available apparently ) - I may already have one co-organizer lined up from Scotland who can help out