indie-visitorI'm trying to answer this question for myself: should I use hentry/h-entry on normal pages, since I consider this not as 'datestamped content'. A lot of WordPress themes don't think about this and just use it, but because a page doesn't output a 'author' and 'published' this is giving errors in Google Webmaster Tools. I can now go two directions: add this information (because it is correct to have this info on pages) or r
indie-visitorYes, but on the microformat IRC I got this about hentry/h-entry for pages: I don't think it's incorrect to mark up pages with h-entry or hentry (the indiewebcamp.com wiki marks up every article with it)
indie-visitorTo be honest I do it only to benefit our search results, and for that I'm already into schema.org as well. But it doesn't harm to have hentry/h-entry included as well (Google reads this), but having it on pages Google gives errors because of the missing 'author' and 'published'. Although I'm quite sure these errors are not that important as well, I'm think I'm best of just removing hentry/h-entry markup from pages.
tbrbso, in ~ 45 minutes we've got two sessions in parallel, one on Categorisation / Collection & Media and one on Static Sites, we may be able to get a hangout going for each, though if folks want we can just move the current hangout wherever needed
JarOfGreeni want to post some content on my site with an event or something and be like "I want this syndicated to these other sites, X, Y, Z". It would be nice if X, Y and Z could get a webmention, parse it, see the event but also see that I definitely want it to be passed round and automatically import it for me
snarfedyou both probably already know that bridgy publish has supported the "thin" (webmention based) method for ~1y now - checks intent via u-syndication, posts via API synchronously, returns silo post URL in wm response body
snarfedorthogonal point: we may want say a best practice is to send these syndication wms *before* other wms, and if you're doing async, maybe even wait for them to complete, so that when your other wm recipients fetch the page, they see the filled-in u-syndication links
tantek!tell KartikPrabhu re: "mostly concerned that the wiki might be out of date 2010" - if that's so, you need to speak up about it. Either use the wiki (feel free to check citations / references), or if you're concerned, *ask* - don't assume "might be out of date". Because then there's no chance of it being fixed if it is.
tantekrhiaro: in reading the logs - noticing a bunch of new folks here in IRC that are not yet on /irc-people - perhaps as soon as people get IndieAuth setup as part of Getting Started you can encourage them to add themselves to /irc-people ?
LoqiKartikPrabhu: tantek left you a message 2 hours, 3 minutes ago: re: "mostly concerned that the wiki might be out of date 2010" - if that's so, you need to speak up about it. Either use the wiki (feel free to check citations / references), or if you're concerned, *ask* - don't assume "might be out of date". Because then there's no chance of it being fixed if it is. http://indiewebcamp.com/irc/2015-07-25/line/1437848607911
GWGacegiak: I've been rewriting the meta storage stuff because I was working on the Micropub plugin. I want to be set up to store more microformats2 properties in the meta, even if they aren't used right now.
kylewm!tell KartikPrabhu no you don't (Bridgy doesn't use submodules anymore!) basically you can install deps into a virtualenv and include the virtualenv folder when you deploy to app engine. there are some tricks to setting up the path though http://stackoverflow.com/a/25564125/682648