Greg, I like how you document the different parts here with your screenshots. I really must work out why it is not working for me. By any chance, have you recorded your process of setting it all up anywhere?
The silos using their own failings to undermine access to their apis by genuine #Indieweb tools is predictable, but still disappointing.
#EDU522 is the first time I am using the full #IndieWeb WordPress suite with students..Going very well…Even got badges to work as webmentions too bad it it a three week class…that causes stress…takes about three weeks just to get comfortable. https://edu522.networkedlearningcollaborative.com
I love what you are putting together here Greg. I am reminded of #walkmyworld work, as well as the Rhizo MOOCS.
Not sure how much I will be contributing, but will definitely be dipping in and out where I can.
Gutenberg is ushering in a slew of changes in how themes will work best, so if there is a good time to change something like a css class, why not now?
As Aral keeps saying to me (and I reluctantly agree), we have to do these things the hard way so we can work out how to make them easier. It is the essence of what we’re trying to achieve at Ind.ie. I am not being defeatist when I say that these tasks are often beyond my means. Beyond my means in financial cost, ability, time, and confidence.
Might just be me, but I could not find any means of POSSEing to Flipboard in the documentation?
I'm totally aware of how meta this is*, but nevertheless: Let's start a funny experiment of assembling a list of webmention capable websites and blogs (What is this anyway?). I know the following from my filter bubble: webrocker.de / @webrocker matthiasott.com / @m_ott boffosocko.com / @ChrisAldrich...
... Finding ways to be open to the web while safe from harassment; finding ways to maintain ownership of one’s content while being open to discussion; finding ways to develop and extend community without endangering the very thing we’re trying to create. Finding ways to care for one’s plot, in other words, without winding up in a walled garden. I’m looking forward to seeing how a decentralized, distributed, interconnected web might find new ways to approach these challenges.
Another great episode, I like the addition of the time stamps Chris.