tantekI realized that a parenthetical expression of time after a piece of media/link already has some shared meaning, that it's a duration indicator/hint about the media/link being shared (expectedly audio/video)
tantekor even more minimally, leave out explicit authorship in such posts - just use a permalink/URL and presume that anyone wanting detailed info about a post you like, can simply retrieve that post and follow the /authorship algorithm on it
tantekâ€¦ inside a quotation is supposed to indicate that the ellipsis was in the original quotation, whereas [â€¦], like any [words inserted] insidde a quotation implies insertion (deletion) by the quoter.
tantekwhen displaying a name or summary for a comment, and the comment has content, AND the name/summary being used is a strict whitespace normalized text abbreviation for the content, show a "Moreâ€¦" link which dynamically shows the entire content in place instead of the name/summary
Loqitantek meant to say: when displaying a name or summary for a comment, and the comment has content, AND the name/summary being used is a strict whitespace normalized text prefix abbreviation for the content, show a "Moreâ€¦" link which dynamically shows the entire content in place instead of the name/summary
tantekif however, your comment *is* your primary contribution, then are you are writing a reply, and the quotation is actually acting as just a reply-context. Post a reply instead, in-reply-to a fragmention link to the start of the quoted content.
tantekWhat I find particularly interesting is that I needed the conceptual building blocks of "reply-context" "fragment" and "marginalia" to actually answer the seemingly "simpler" question about quotation vs. reply.
Loqitantek meant to say: What I find particularly interesting is that I needed the conceptual building blocks of "reply-context" "fragmention" and "marginalia" to actually answer the seemingly "simpler" question about quotation vs. reply.
tantekhowever, upon reading the the linked article, I *think* the bookmark is more primary, and the quotation is just a secondary "reminder" or "summary" of what kind of thing is in the bookmark, or *why* you bookmarked it.
tantekwhat CC-BY-SA gives you above CC0 for such "uncertain" code is that you're communicating an expectation that derivative works MUST also be openly published, which means if you find a bug in your original, you have *a chance* of finding (or other finding) downstream copies and fixing
tantekanother reason is if you're doing a project essentially by yourself and you have some fear someone may try to hijack it e.g. incorporate it in its entirety into some larger project and then claim its theirs, take it over, etc.
tantekbtw by take it over - I also mean put a more restrictive license on it that causes you trouble with working on your own code - since fixes may become "obvious" and they may make fixes before you do.
Loqireal-time comments are the display of comments on a view of a post (typically on its permalink) as they are received by the post (presumably via webmention), without needing any explicit user reloading, refreshing, or any other tapping/clicking etc https://indiewebcamp.com/real-time_comments
tantekclick empty heart, send web+action URL handler, your server posts like to your own site, sends webmention to the post you're looking it, post you're looking at updates its appearance to show the heart is now full
tantekso I'm doing this manually right now by checking my /allactivity on FB, scrolling to find the like post, hover over it to see a timestamp appear, right-click on the timestamp to get the permalink of the like post on FB
LoqiKevinMarks_: voxpelli left you a message 12 hours, 25 minutes ago: I pushed a quick fix now for the duplicated text in the mentions on your site â€“ it displays a sensible default now rather than the imported like/repost text
snarfedkylewm: awesome, thanks! yeah, that's what i think. i expect there are at least a few more places that have [fb, tw] hard coded somehow that we'd need to update, e.g. in the ui, but manual testing should flush them out
tantekthat second scenario - where the person is deleting content after they've processed it or after it's aged a certain amount - I wonder if simply archive it as "private" (visible only to her) would be sufficient. that way she could personally search/reference it while to everyone else it would look deleted.
tantekI've thought about how a "Do Not Disturb" button would/should work with indie /comms - that is, being able to push a "Do Not Disturb" button/setting on your website, and have it disable all the interruptive methods of communication on your /contact page (perhaps only allowing non-interruptive / store & forward methods like email)
david.shanske.comcreated /Ting (+991) "Created page with "<dfn>[https://ting.com Ting]</dfn> is a mobile virtual network provider(MVNO) owned by TUCOWS launched in February of 2012. Ting is characterized by a per-unit usage model where ..."" (view diff)
tantekGWG, good start! If you're worried about advertising, I'd say drop the referral link, and instead add an IndieWeb Examples section and add yourself as a user - just note people can ping you in IRC if they want a referral link.
tantekok. I'm going to drop the referral link because that's a common spam pattern and even though I know that is not your intent at all, it can appear that way to others who may find the page without context
tantekwhich I'm trying to intuit whether it truly is just a /bookmark (with a quote as a reminder / summary of what the bookmark is about), or it is a /quotation that was deliberately extracted to share
LoqiA bookmark (or linkblog) is a post that is primarily comprised of a URL, often title text from that URL, sometimes optional text describing or quoting from its contents https://indiewebcamp.com/bookmark