cuibonoboif i were to do a search for `webmentions site:indiewebcamp.com/irc` and then under Google's 'Search Tools' adjust the search from 'Any Time' to 'Past year', i get *much* fewer results than expected
ben_thatmustbemeAn absolute URL must be a scheme, followed by ":", followed by either a scheme-relative URL, if scheme is a relative scheme, or scheme data otherwise, optionally followed by "?" and a query.
ben_thatmustbemeA scheme-relative URL must be "//", optionally followed by userinfo and "@", followed by a host, optionally followed by ":" and a port, optionally followed by an absolute-path-relative URL.
gRegor`!tell ShaneHudson I don't have experience with Squarespace, but my understanding is you have full control of the HTML, so you could use it for indieweb. Webmention would be tricky, of course. Unless we encouraged them to add support for it. :)
cras soon as one wants to cache, annotate, store i a graph-store, how do you know whether you mean https://waterpigs.co.uk/ the person, the web-document, or the website? by dismissing good URI-design as "complicated" you're inadvertently making things complicated
crthe alternative is complicate implementations by using tons of named-graphs and annotating the named-graphs with contexts, so you can reuse the URI fore different things. but that's meh. too complicated..
davidmeadben_thatmustbeme As the originating post is sent to Twitter, brid.gy (or similar) pulls back the replying tweet and displays as a reply to that post, Iâ€™d like to reply to that reply in the reply thread
ben_thatmustbemei've been trying to work that bit out on my site, eventually i want to pull in all replys to my posts, even if they only reply to a reply of mine that has one of my posts in its thread-history
tantek!tell annevk I'm ok with a "License(s):" header section at the top similar to "This version:" that just used the same language. If you want to change the language, make a specific request and I can follow-up with Mozlegal.
cuibonoboregarding how Google even gets your page's date to begin with, i thought it would be related to Last-Modified headers but nay! the search bot just does a best guess at scraping the contents of your page. :s
LoqiA reply context is the display of what a reply post is in reply to, including linking to that original post with in-reply-to markup, showing some amount of that original post like author name, icon, summary / ellipsed content, and datetime published http://indiewebcamp.com/reply-context
tantek!tell ben_thatmustbeme I'm not going to edit your changes to reply-thread / history-thread without first discussing with you and seeing if we can figure out what was confusing and debate which terms better reflect what is going. I updated /reply-context dfn/summary a bit - please take a look.
LoqiKevinMarks__: ben_thatmustbeme left you a message 31 minutes ago: I have my MP client set to send both syndicate-to= A, B and syndicate-to=A&syndicate-to=B so it should work for either implementation now.
gRegor`I think some confusion (for me) is your use of "reply-contexts" and "reply-thread". "everyone that implements showing *previous* reply-contexts (both silos and indieweb) *only* recursively show the thread back to the original post - no other replies. hence reply-thread"
Loqiannevk: tantek left you a message 1 hour, 16 minutes ago: I'm ok with a "License(s):" header section at the top similar to "This version:" that just used the same language. If you want to change the language, make a specific request and I can follow-up with Mozlegal.
barnabywalterstantek: actually no I didnâ€™t get that working, mainly because that would require adding the indie-config web component code to shrewdness and itâ€™s not very polished at the mo (if itâ€™s even published)
KartikPrabhutantek: one naive I idea I had was, when A sends a webmention to B, A could include a "secret_code" in the POST request, which B can use while using GET to verify the mention by A, then A allows access only if the secret_code matches .... ?
tantekreceiver does a GET with the secret_code in it, and sender includes in the reply a custom HTML page that includes a link to secret_code which happens to be the same as target. then receiver goes oh there's my target, verified.
ben_thatmust__tantek, reading back on this vouch stuff now... haven't gotten all the way through it, but wouldn't it only take one person who has auto accepting webmentions to be able to spam everyone in their friends network
ben_thatmust__or rather, once one spam link gets it, it could spread to all that site's friends, and then that sites, friends. and once that is accomplished you basically have the task of trying to fight a virus
ben_thatmust__certainly, just need something standard for that. I know a number of people don't like to do things in the http headers as they cannot do that on static sites, but it could be done in meta tags or in microformats perhaps
tantekit won't stop people you sort of know from spamming you - the response to that is to give them a hard time socially. that is, if you have a social tie with them already, them spamming you is straining that social tie
Loqivoxpelli: barnabywalters left you a message 8 hours, 25 minutes ago: did you publish your indie-action webcomponent code anywhere? Iâ€™d love to add it to shrewdness for people who donâ€™t have micropub enabled!