jeremycherfasThe main problem is to know where to find the key:value pairs I need in the webmentions I receive. They are so different from different senders. And all this hor now has to take place within the Twig templating engine.
jeremycherfasAaronpk I’m thinking I may have to do the same. Although there is also a Twig extension that will step recursively through a complex array in search of h-card and h-entry and then allow me to extract just those sub-arrays.
aaronpkjeremycherfas: careful with that because you might start hitting edge cases with the /authorship algorithm for example. you have to be very careful about matching URL properties of nested objects. I spent quite a while tracking down edge cases to put into the XRay tests
tanlaanI've been trying to figure this out by trial and error. On the install of Known, I had to change the permissions for my Uploads folder. I tried all the variations for permissions until I ended up with 777 which doesn't sit right with me. I figured even a 775 would have functioned if it was in the same group as the file itself. Anyone who has used i
miklbno, just authorize bridgy for what ever services, and then the bridgy publish plugin has options for which services to include (Twitter, FB, Flickr). you then get checkboxes on the new post screen which ones to send that post to.