Aside from a few minor differences, you've described almost exactly the way IndieWeb social networking works. Short notice, but you should join us at IndieWeb Summit next weekend if you'd like to join a whole community of people working on this! https://2019.indieweb.org/summit
I couldn't see how I could automate my workflow with it.
I got the impression I should be able to (in the superfeedr thing?), but I couldn't work it out.
If it's possible, then it's definitely a docs issue!😀
Now that you mention it, I remember that it doesn't actually do exactly the same thing. It requires you already know at least the domain of the thing you're sending the webmention to. I should probably add support for sending all webmentions.
There's also https://telegraph.p3k.io - but I couldn't see a way that a user could tell these services: I've blogged, make the webmention run. I wanted something like a webhook. Plus, I like building stuff :) and I got to practise new skills (particularly around docs)
Don’t get me wrong, I’m super excited to see another Webmention service, but I am genuinely curious how Telegraph doesn’t look like it does what you described since that’s my exact goal with it. I clearly have a few things to learn about docs from you!
@aaronpk Hi Aaron, I read your article about Apple Sign In. I'm also having trouble getting the email address from the token, while the sample iOS app does receive the email. I tried a lot of different scopes, but they all result in the same data. Is Apple aware of these issues?
I haven't heard any updates yet, but keep an eye on their docs pages.