Posts tagged #push

February

  • Aaron Parecki Support discovery of hub+self in HTML <link> tags The PuSH 0.4 spec says hubs may support &lt;link&gt; tags on HTML pages. It would be great if Superfeedr supported this, to allow more sites to use it. Some web frameworks and hosting environments make it difficult or impossible to set HTTP Link headers, so HTML tags would be the only way to do this. > In the absence of HTTP [RFC2616] Link headers, subscribers MAY fall back to other methods to discover the hub(s) and the canonical URI of the topic. If the topic is an XML based feed, it MAY use embedded link elements as described in Appendix B of Web Linking [RFC5988]. Similarly, for HTML pages, it MAY use embedded link elements...
    Portland, Oregon, USA
  • Aaron Parecki @julien51 From what I understood, it was optional for hubs to support, but explicitly called out in the spec: https://pubsubhubbub.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/pubsubhubbub-core-0.4.html#discovery "In the absence of HTTP [RFC2616] Link headers ... it MAY use embedded link elements..." I will add an issue on Github, thanks!
    Portland, Oregon, USA
  • @julien51 I was trying to publish using Superfeedr but took me a while to realize it doesn't support advertising the hub in HTML <link> tags. Any chance you could add support for that, since some hosting environments don't allow setting HTTP Link headers? #indieweb #push
    Portland, Oregon, USA
  • [announcement] PubSubHubbub 0.4 - Google Groups (groups.google.com)
    “The specification no longer dictates a specific protocol between the Publisher and the Hub.”
  • RSSCloud Vs. PubSubHubbub: Why The Fat Pings Win | TechCrunch (techcrunch.com)
    “With all of the debate lately between RSSCloud versus PubSubHubbub, we wanted to hear from a developer who could actually tell us which one might be better and why. The following guest post is written by Josh Fraser, the co-founder of EventVue, who is an active contributor to PubSubHubbub in his free time.  He has contributed several client libraries for PubSubHubbub including a WordPress plugin. Guess which side of the debate he falls on.”

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