seekrI guess it ran up until the lunch break (thanks, Loqi) - if there was a later stream, I missed it, being tired from trying (but failing) to connect with what happened in Brighton (which I'm fool enough to try again today - hoping they use a better streaming method than they did yesterday with Talky)
seekrIt's a very interesting concept, your marginalia capturing & sharing system, whether for collaborative or purely personal efforts. Do you feel it's working well now? I'm wondering what building blocks you used, or whether it's more of a "ground up" effort.
LoqiA fragmention is an extension to URL syntax that links and cites a phrase within a document by using a URL fragment consisting of the phrase itself, including whitespace https://indiewebcamp.com/fragmention
seekrok - the main idea is that this sort of system might be better than and/or a useful adjunct to a web-based forum for commenting on and considering what is said during the course of radio interviews done by the organisation whose site I've been working on - they're a fairly backward lot technically (with the exception of one person who retired from her job at a university as a web developer (mostly in Java, I think))
seekrMy immediate struggle involves pulling them out of the clutches of social media operations like Facebook (which I tend to consider to be evil) and Twitter (which seems more benign) for such purposes.
seekryeah - I'm thinking it would be the logical first step - only some of the shows have transcripts, which would be the obvious base for linking comments - those transcripts are represented as components within XML files, so it shouldn't be all that difficult to create some other form of document to serve as the anchor point for the comments bit
seekrI wouldn't seek to involve you in any actual work, KartikPrabhu - only show you what I mean - but I can understand how you might want to know at this point. Certainly if your system were to be used, you'd be given appropriate credit and links.
KartikPrabhubut to reiterate the MIT license on the code "WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND NONINFRINGEMENT. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE AUTHORS OR COPYRIGHT HOLDERS BE LIABLE FOR ANY CLAIM, DAMAGES OR OTHER LIABILITY, WHETHER
seekrThe humour in that clip relies on "Stuffing material (as for furniture and mattresses) made of slender, curled wood shavings, as a substitute for hair. " from https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/excelsior
tommorrispetermolnar: DKIM looks... complex. any chance you could set up webmentions brainstorming on the wiki and suggest some idea of how it would work? I'm happy to chuck in how you'd do it with Hashcash
hotzeplotzbear or aaronpk: hacking on indie-stats at iwc brighton - any of your around and able to help me get started? having issues logging in (either on indie-stats.com or my test instance) once authenticated by indieauth.com
barnabywalters!tell aaronpk I see you tagged v0.2.10 of php-mf2 on the 10th â€” thanks for merging those pull requests! In future can you let me know if you want to to tag a new version so that I can add to the changelog and sign the commit? Iâ€™m currently releasing v0.2.12
mey.vncreated /indieweb.txt (+2119) "Created page with "indieweb.txt is a proposal (first discussed at IndieWebCamp Brighton 2015) for a strategy to allow IndieWeb site owners to share information about: * IndieWeb tools they are usi..."" (view diff)
Loqiaaronpk: barnabywalters left you a message 1 hour, 27 minutes ago: I see you tagged v0.2.10 of php-mf2 on the 10th â€” thanks for merging those pull requests! In future can you let me know if you want to to tag a new version so that I can add to the changelog and sign the commit? Iâ€™m currently releasing v0.2.12 http://indiewebcamp.com/irc/2015-07-12/line/1436710842440
seekrI don't know if it's been mentioned yet, but I note that the demos video is now archived, in case anyone missed it when it was live: https://youtu.be/aMuQ2U8nFPU - I suppose this link will be added to the wiki.
aaronpktantek: I don't really care what your HTML looks like, only what the parsed result looks like. as a consumer of that, I see the "content" property is a string value, and I know what to do with that
aaronpkI will have to do the same heuristics as in h-entry to determine whether the "content" property is the same as the "name" property to be able to tell whether the "name" value is useful to display
ben_thatmustbemelast question, do we need something to contain all the comments section as one. the use case being that it would give the ability to set a u-url for it and thus make webmetion.io and similar offsite comments parsable
gRegorLove!tell seekr, KartikPrabhu Yesterday's demos will be put on the wiki eventually at http://indiewebcamp.com/2015/Demos. Same for today's hack day demos. Yesterday's demos are currently in the IRC logs but will be dumped to that page.
GWGSo, I have a dilemma for all of you. WordPress requires some sort of title, even if it is auto-generated and not displayed. Trying to figure out what the auto-generated title should be a for a Like.
GWGkylewm: My problem now is that, if I'm not entering that data, and I'm pulling it from the URL, that doesn't happen till after the post is created. Which means I have to move that code to earlier in the chain.
gRegorLoveI'm working on updating my permalinks and de-duping webmentions. I'm thinking my hash to identify a unique webmention, md5(source + target) will be updated to md5(source + source path). Leaving off the domain and the schema so eventually when I make my site https-only, I won't have to change the de-dupe algorithm
ZegnatI think the idea is to send a salmention (ie. a webmention to notify upstream that your article changed) for everything you include on the page, right? So if you display likes on your page, notify upstream
tantek.comedited /comments-presentation (+360) "/* How to display */ get the text of the comment to display - more explicit IF AND OR THEN ELSE, and provide parenthetical explanation for See more link; all per aaronpk questions" (view diff)
barnabywaltersaaronpk: indieauth login with persona is suddenly not working for me. Iâ€™m getting â€œAuth failed: audience mismatch: domain mismatchâ€ after successfully authenticating as email@example.com
ZegnatIf I am commenting to a reply (even if it uses native comments), and that reply is already being displayed as part of a conversation, I think I would expect my reply to also become part of the conversation. So no problem with it propogating.
tantek.comedited /comments-presentation (+826) "/* How to markup */ p-content instead of p-summary by default, and p-* instead of e-*, drop empty in-reply-to, answer pfefferle's issue, add a second comment, use u-author with a href, published time and permalink" (view diff)