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@ton I miss the “text” attribute so my tool failed on your OPML. Isn’t “text” mandatory according to http://www.opml.org/spec2 ?
Posted on Thursday 16 Apr 2020. 1,245 words, 18 links. By Matt Webb.
A (very) belated follow up to Getting Started with Microformats 2, covering the basics of consuming and using microformats 2 data.
A quick note: this post does contain quite a bit of IndieWeb jargon and may be confusing if you are only just getting started. Don't let my jargon deter you from the IndieWeb. This is an architectural discussion so I am asssuming readers have a good understanding of the standards incubated in the community.
I like surfing the web in the traditional sense of the word, going from site to site in search of interesting websites. I enjoy doing this because there are so many unique websites to explore in terms of design and content. While social media sites may have set a precedent with regard to similar user experiences, personal websites mostly have their own identities. Website owners—irrespective of whether they coded their site or used a tool to generate their site—can use their website as a method of expression. The owner can choose a design. The owner can write content that they want to share with the world.
When I joined the IndieWeb community, I discovered the concept of
I often make use of Slack's
When I first started implementing my Micropub endpoint, the tool I use to post content such as likes and bookmarks on my website, I decided that I would show a brief message stating how I had reacted a post. The format for these posts was
About two weeks ago, I started thinking about IndieAuth. I have implemented a few IndieWeb specifications in the past but IndieAuth was one that I had put to the back of my mind until recently. I was not confident in implementing an authentication endpoint so I decided to move on to other projects. I just came back to the spec and, with some encouragement from the people in the IndieWeb chat, realised that there was no reason why I should not try and build an IndieAuth endpoint. So I did. Now I have an IndieAuth endpoint that I can use to authenticate to any service that uses IndieAuth for authentication.
Announcing support for OAuth Server Metadata on my IndieAuth Server.