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Jeremy Cherfas

@dgold if you are in IndieWeb IRC, can you figure out what just happened? Every one left in a hurry. Something about *.net *.split

Jeremy Cherfas

For all the joy of the , and the pleasure of civil discourse, I am becoming incredibly confused by aspects of micro.blog. There’s the question of titleless posts, of which is this is one as an experiment, versus status updates. There are posts that appear to be contributions to an interesting conversation but aren’t because they have been cross-posted automatically from elsewhere. And there is the lack of a scroll back, which means that as I follow more people and choose not to check in the middle of my night, stuff vanishes irretrievably from my timeline.

There are also issues with Known that are nothing to do with micro.blog.

None of this is insurmountable. For me, though, it does add friction.

Jeremy Cherfas

Getting set for virtual Homebrew Website Club. Want to join us? https://indieweb.org/events/2017-11-29-homebrew-website-club#Virtual_European_Time

Jeremy Cherfas

Jeremy Cherfas

Would any pnut devs who speak Python be interested in bringing pnut more fully into the world of , by integrating with brid.gy? Instructions here https://github.com/snarfed/bridgy#adding-a-new-silo

Jeremy Cherfas

Replied to a post on ti.to :

Flight booked for @indiewebcamp Nürnberg. This is getting real.

Jeremy Cherfas

This is a perfect use of Huffduffer.com, to listen to audio with a specific tag where I might not want to subscribe to a that only occasionally deals with that topic.

Jeremy Cherfas

I wonder whether I can use the Recipe plugin for @withknown to markup a recipe for and then copy the HTML to my own site?

Jeremy Cherfas

Jeremy Cherfas

Just for fun, I marked up my recipe for cornbread with syntactic tags that I hope meet the h-recipe spec. Not sure why. http://www.fornacalia.com/2017/cornbread-for-fornacalia