aaronpk!tell marcthiele voxpelli is right, the problem with the login is when it's trying to take you back to the DÃ¼sseldorf page. if you click on the home page and log in from there it will work fine.
aaronpk!tell marcthiele it looks like for whatever reason, Google is not actually showing the link to your website in the HTML response that indieauth.com gets. They have a nasty habit of changing the HTML they send back depending on who's fetching it. I would start using Github instead of Google.
voxpelliinteresting regarding the custom emojis at Slack, so reacji is more of an "image"-response than an emoji response I guess? then it goes hand in hand with the sticker/animated-gif replies that Facebook Messenger uses as well
Loqitantek meant to say: kylewm, voxpelli I'm less and less convinced of the star -> bookmark assertion. they're not searchable like bookmarks (typically) are, they often disappear into an uniterable list, etc.
LoqiA favorite is a common webaction on many silos (like Flickr, Twitter), typically visually indicated with a star symbol that fills in with a color when activated (pink, orange). A favorite is similar to but somewhat different from a like https://indiewebcamp.com/star
tanteksnarfed, aaronpk we have to give these things (sets) explicit names so that when we're talking about a specific set of them we know which set we are talking about - because there are different sets in terms of what shows up in UI, how they interact etc.
LoqiSlack is a closed-source team communication tool similar to IRC but with expanding support for various types of content such as emoji polls, inline images, and attachments https://indiewebcamp.com/Slack
voxpelliit's kind of odd actually to show an avatar for a repost and a like, but not to show an avatar for a reacji, one probably has to do one or the other â€“ either do voting for everything or facepiles for everything
tantekhe made the point that anything "microformatty" (not sure if he said that word in particular) in my markup in particular is something he was paying extra attention to (thus others may) as something to copy
tantekalso interesting from that article: "Twitter worked, but it lacked the handy character counter, making it hard to know if a tweet was too long or not." which makes me wonder if there's an opportunity for a browser extension or possibly HTML spec addition to display character count for input fields, especially those with a maxlength or minlength attribute
tantekAlso, "I could browse WIRED, but not view or leave comments." - do any IndieWeb CMSs allow leaving comments without JS? WordPress presumably does (guessing). Does Known? I'm assuming all the "send me a webmention" URL inputs work fine without JS.
tantekone particular challenge that I'm finding with manual person-tagging is that some (most?) do not have their own site, and some do not have a Twitter username (which could be used for a simple text-entry of @-names), a few don't have FB either.