Loqinotifications in the context of the IndieWeb refer to all forms and ways that an independent web site can receive a message indicating something of interest (server notifications), and potentially relay that information (preferably in realtime) to one or more devices used by the owner of that site (client notifications) http://indiewebcamp.com/notifications
aaronpk"We never charge for bandwidth. CloudFlare will never bill you for bandwidth usage. We believe if your site suddenly gets popular or suffers an attack, you shouldn't have to dread your bandwidth bill."
barnabywaltersluxagraf: thatâ€™s a helpful property aaronpkâ€™s comment-presentation code adds â€” if name exists and is not false, then it should be shown as well as the content (e.g. an article). if itâ€™s false, donâ€™t show it (e.g. a note)
Loqibear: KartikPrabhu left you a message on 6/5 at 8:09pm: do you know any good references on how to make a good requirements.txt where the requirements might be from a github repo to have the latest bleeding-edge stuff? trying to make by blog stuff open on github
LoqiKartikPrabhu: bear left you a message 13 seconds ago: your answer about requirements.txt -- I always feed the output of "pip freeze" to requirements.txt so I ensure that it will be machine readable when put into the repo or docs
ben_thatmustbemeso looking at the people based communication links. now that google hangouts has updated to merge sms and hangouts, sms: links will kind of get you to their google hangout, but then you have share your phone number and they have to already have your contacts merged
KartikPrabhuI am quite confused by the "simplify subscriptions" bit... most feed reader that I know (at least Feedly) auto discovers feed links from the main url. If website/browsers have a "subscribe" button what is it supposed to do?
aaronpkpauloppenheim: question since you're the only pgp person I think is online right now... with this new feature you will be able to point to an auth endpoint that supports pgp auth from your home page. would you be comfortable using a service that handles the pgp verification?
aaronpksimilar to the way you can right now point to multiple auth providers like twitter or github, you will be able to point to one or more indieauth providers, which can be something you implement on yuour own domain or a service like indieauth.com
bearhmm, I wonder if IndieAuth used it's pgp key to sign a webmention user would I then be able to request from indieauth a token to allow the indieauth user to submit something to my site without them having to know/use pgp