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Learn more about replies here. https://indieweb.org/reply

 

Reposting link because Twitter apparently doesn't know how to properly format an style response. https://dzone.com/articles/webhook-events-are-sign-of-a-maturing-api-platform

 

Omnibear seems like a great idea except I can't get it to work with my blog. :( https://omnibear.com

 

IndieWeb Collection

Useful reference to indieweb matters

 

Testing out Indigenous. Indigenous is a native app for Android that supports working with your website via Micropub and Microsub.
Not sure how tagging was implemented (perhaps via microformats?) . The tag showed up in my post but couldn't be located by my site's search engine. I had to manually tag this post after the fact to get it recognized by my site's search engine.

https://indieweb.org/Indigenous_for_Android

 

You have no freedom of speech on someone else's platform. If this is a concern you should learn how to POSSE. https://indieweb.org/POSSE

 

Test post using Quill (https://quill.p3k.io)

 

Some of us are already doing this. Check out the movement. https://www.oreilly.com/ideas/what-if-we-build-the-internet-we-always-wanted

 

I didn't realize Webmentions were a W3C draft. Nice to see on the standards track. http://is.gd/yoAAnR

 

Learning more about Quill

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Apparently I was mistaken.  Quill has a full-featured editor that enables me to post rich content such as links, pictures and more.   The more I learn about the IndiWeb movement the more I like it.

The photo below has nothing to do with Quill, micropub or IndieWeb. I just love the Stooges (Moe, Larry, Curly and Iggy of course).