Posts tagged #p3k

October

  • Just launched a bunch of #p3k updates: * Webmention handler now accepts a "vouch" parameter. If you send one, it will attempt to verify the vouch and reject the mention if the vouch is not approved. For backwards compatibility right now, webmentions are still accepted without a vouch parameter. * Webmentions that are vouched will show the URL that vouched for them alongside the comment. * Inbound links from referers are tracked internally which I will eventually use when trying to find a vouch URL when I want to send one. * I am now indexing domains that I link to, which is used internally for webmention approval, but is also exposed at a URL structure like http://aaronparecki.com/links-to/tantek.com * Imported my entire food logs from August 2013, so my date permalinks since then now show everything I've eaten: http://aaronparecki.com/2014/01/01
    N├╝rnberg, Bayern, DEU
  • My collection of #indieweb apps is growing! #p3k #indiewebcamp
  • #indiewebcamp 2014-10-05 (indiewebcamp.com)
    “aaronpk: I just had a crazy idea to create an IRC server emulator that is actually a micropub client and indieweb reader”

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  • Aaron Parecki @BarnabyWalters I agree that venues/profile/contacts fall into that category, but I would encourage you to keep essays and longer writings in the "dated" category. The problem with de-emphasizing the date of longer posts is that they do actually age over time, there are many articles I've written that I'm glad have the date 2004 on them because they're not as relevant anymore. I used to publish articles under a flat hierarchy, and over several years grew to regret that. Finally this update with #p3k I added redirects for the old paths to the new dated path structure. #indieweb
    Portland, OR, USA

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