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In reply to http://adhoc.systems/notes/working-on-recipes

I'm including a field in my h-recipe objects called inspired_by so that I can copy #recipes to my site, while still providing original authoring information. Then once it's on my site, I'll add my own notes or changes. Recipes are all about making them your own and using what you have and like. I like the idea of someone posting a recipe and then someone else copying and remixing it.

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In reply to https://danielwachtel.com/phoenix/building-rss-feed-phoenix

Great write up! I had actually just done this on my site, but reading your article made me realize my dates weren't formatted correctly because of Timex. I grabbed your to_rfc822 function and now my feed is validating correctly!

You may want to add some link tags to your html so your feed can be autodiscovered. I found the link to your feed at the bottom of the page, but entering your homepage url into my reader didn't turn up anything.

In reply to https://www.androidpolice.com/2020/09/25/google-plans-apple-like-crackdown-for-in-app-purchases-enforcing-rules-it-previously-ignored/

Netflix doesn't allow users to sign up on ios, because of the ridiculous IAP requirements and I think Amazon and Spotify do something similar. I hope they do the same on Android. When customers start losing features (on Android) and complaining that they can't sign up for services on their device, it'll look real bad for Google and Apple.

In reply to https://jamesg.blog/2020/09/24/how-i-indieweb.html

Super agree! It's hard sometimes separating my site from ideas about "scale" and extensibility, but I don't have to care about those things because this site is just for me. I love all the IndieWeb tech, but most of it doesn't fit into my life and that's fine. That's part of what makes this my site; it does what I want it to, not some arbitrary checklist.

In reply to https://adactio.com/journal/17405

Thanks for writing up this proposal! I really like your idea that Javascript APIs should have a declarative counterpart. It seems obvious in retrospect that the web share API needs a simpler, declarative form that can cover the most common use case.

In reply to https://seblog.nl/2019/08/13/1/arrow-functions

I like that they're shorter, using one style means I don't have to think about the differences between the two, and arrow functions emphasizes that functions are just variables.<br><br>Also, your two examples aren't exactly equivalent. The arrow functions has an implicit return, so it returns whatever stuff() returns. The function based function has no return value.

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