Dear reporters seeking to impress me,
“Exponentially” does not mean “very large”.
Chris, I don't know what got you into all this strong names stuff, but I want to take the opportunity to point to my own pet peeve and a fine band, together at https://
I stopped sharing photo posts to micro.blog because they were being duplicated. Pretty sure now that's because the RSS contains the image twice, as part of the CDATA and again as an enclosure. Not sure whether to fix in @WithKnown or ask @help at micro.blog to ignore enclosure.
Quite by coincidence, I'm sure I just yesterday listened to Malcolm Gladwell and Dave Hill talking about Lords of Chaos and the black metal scene. https://
Absolutely we need more and better tools, but the basics are definitely there for the major CMSs and even more so for people who are comfortable developing their own sites.
Just wondering why @adactio's sparklines contain only 131 points on the x-axis. Maybe because a day on which nothing is posted is not recorded? Getting ready to publish my own first sparkline and want to do the right thing.
Chris Aldrich's clever solution for not drawing attention to visible but "hidden" links doesn't quite work as advertised, at least not for me in Firefox on OSX.
This post opened a whole can of worms relating to Grav's public comments plugin. Despite being authored by "Team Grav" it hasn't been touched for going on two years and just doesn't work. It sends the notification email correctly, but does not acknowledge the comment and does not save the data.
I've taken a first look at the code, and it seems like I might just be able to wrap my head around it, but I will need hours free to do that. Hours that I do not currently have.
I could disable public comments again, and just accept Webmentions (which this post is intended to test). But although Comments are rare, some are worthwhile beyond mere affirmation, so I am loathe to do that.
P.s. It also raises again the need to fix Known's HTML-escaping problem, and makes me wonder why the comment is truncated when it gets to jeremycherfas.net -- which means looking at the templates there in more detail.