It need to be a proper link to the domain. And mention is linking to a profile page on the pod, so it doesn’t validate.
Yarns does not generate a link back to the site that is being mentioned (eg.
<a href="http://darch.dk/social">look here</a>) which is needed for validating that it is indeed a real webmention, ant not just spam. Try rereading the specs😉
So this was right all along: #1156 - Webmention: a source doesn’t mention the target - yarn - Mills
@firstname.lastname@example.org it does not😢
yarnd... What would a single-user mode pod look like?
@email@example.com i am, but closed open registration long along, so don’t think anyone uses neotxt besides me. And with Twtxt-php/timeline I’m getting closer to pulling the plug now I got a working alternative.
@firstname.lastname@example.org thank you, but does it only work between yarnd pods or also to endpoints like https://webmention.io and does it it detect that I declared such an endpoint on darch.dk when someone mentions @email@example.com ?
@firstname.lastname@example.org So I had a look at the yarnd source code, but can’t say that I’m much wiser on how it send out webmention or how to send them to a yarnd pod. Can you break it down?
@email@example.com I’m trying to figure out how it works to begin with and how I can make it work with my own domain http://darch.dk – See my questions above in https://neotxt.dk/conv/3x6bsna#jlrsduq
@firstname.lastname@example.org To outline what is needed for implementing webmetnion in a twtxt-webapp like twtxt-php/timeline or yarnd
@email@example.com cool, how you you like it? (And sh!t now I have to make sure it works, not just for me;)
But I manged to send myself a webmetion using
curl -i -d "source=http://algorave.dk&target=http://darch.dk" https://webmention.io/darch.dk/webmention since I got a link on algorave.dk to darch.dk
@firstname.lastname@example.org is there a feature flag to add for webmention support or how does it work?
I excepted if I mentioned my feed on darch.dk @email@example.com then it would send a webmention to that domain, but where is the link on the yarn pod, that confirms the mention?
EDIT: I found this 7 months old issue: #1156 - Webmention: a source doesn’t mention the target - yarn - Mills
@firstname.lastname@example.org hmm yeah, also not sure how this should work for multi-user pods. It should only trigger an email when it show that they do not follow you and, it should not be an automatic one. If spam becomes an issue you could use a forward email address for this feature.
@email@example.com I’m also on the e-mail wagon here. On http://darch.dk/timeline/conv/oe3howa I have added a “Comment via email” botten if uses are not logged in. This feature could be extend to other places in the various UIs. Like we already got the “Does not follow your” / “Follow you” on the profile page in yarnd, so this detection could be used to sugget the user to email that person, when mentioning them.
Oh so that’s what the geo-info is use for - sunrise and sunset.
It reminds be about https://poleclock.com/ that is very useful for online meetings across timezone - like when we were having our yarn social calls back in the days
@firstname.lastname@example.org Nice description of twtxt and thanks for linking to my (broken) code
@email@example.com thanks. I know.
- my https://github.com/sorenpeter/pixelblog and https://github.com/sorenpeter/yellow-twtxt
- Picoblog (php and python versions) from: https://github.com/hxii?tab=repositories&q=picoblog
- and https://github.com/eapl-gemugami/twtxt-php by @firstname.lastname@example.org
@email@example.com “This is not a pot of gold”
I have had good experiences with Nokias both smartphones and features phones
Uploaded some photos from my recent trip to Iceland and New York doing an artist residency coding shaders: http://darch.dk/fotos/
Breaking it to make it better ™
@firstname.lastname@example.org nope I think I broke it myself. That is what happen when you live code directly on one’s server
@email@example.com My idea is that lists can be both private and public, so you can share as list of curated feeds on a specific topic with others and also have a private list of feeds you don’t want the world to know that you are reading. Making it work as a public format first was the easiest to do on top of twtxt-php.
@firstname.lastname@example.org not sure I follow?
There is not metadata extension for lists just yet, but my idea is to have lines like this in your main twtxt.txt:
# list = Name of List https://darch.dk/twtxt-lists/twtxt-feeds_by_me.txt.
Each list-file is then just simply as list of feeds like this:
# follow = darch https://neotxt.dk/user/darch/twtxt.txt
Alternatively you can set up a RSS reader and follow the approved channels for them.
Have you tried the browser plugin DF YouTube (Distraction Free) ? Both available for Firefox and chrome
@email@example.com I will still keep my darch.dk/twtxt.txt and maybe move back in with you on twtxt.net (just to save the rent ;)
@firstname.lastname@example.org Viel Glück. I’m also considering shutting down neotxt.dk, since I have not used it much for the last months and I have never gotten any real users beside myself. 🖖
@email@example.com I’ve been having a play with Cabal - decentralized local-first peer-to-peer group chat (like IRC/Slack) and really like it. But coming out of SSB is it is missing cross-device users and there are no working mobil app or web app atm.
@firstname.lastname@example.org For images I have recently found Tropy (made by the same people as the Zotero bibliographic reference management). For my workflows i’m find with keep text and visuals seperate and the combining them when need using Dropbox Paper also does markdown) when needed to share something quickly with friends and family, or putting it together for blogpost in the Yellow CMS
@BBS@algorave.dk yes this works
@email@example.com yeah I was also thinking that it might be a spin on the tulip mania
@firstname.lastname@example.org what is the “joke” with lupines? Is there a pun or something to why he robs the rich of their lupines?
@email@example.com that if we want to get more people using twtxt/yarn, mastodon, ssb, matrix etc. etc. we should focus on making sure these alternative solve social problems that they understand and care about instead of just talking about the technological aspects
Good read of on the perspective of decentralize social form the common folks: https://werd.io/2023/this-moment-isnt-about-decentralization
@firstname.lastname@example.org I’m still getting back to nvAlt and Sublime Text for over 10 years of trying different apps. The txt/md files are stored in Dropbox so I can always get to them and on my android using Simple Text
@email@example.com good stuff