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Micropub test of creating an h-entry with categories. This post should have two categories, test1 and test2
Micropub test of creating a basic h-entry
Earlier this week I returned from a very enjoyable holiday in a surprisingly sunny North Norfolk with Laura and 10-month old Henry. For posterity and in case it’s useful for those with a similarly-aged baby/toddler, here are a few of my highlights.
We stayed in Gardener’s Cottage in Thornham, an attractive village not far from Hunstanton with pavements suitable for a pushchair. Quiet, comfortable and well-equipped, the cottage had plenty of space for our family of three.
Most of the list above was easily accessible by car in minutes along the fast A149 which stretches along the coast. No windy, single-track roads with grass down the middle. We were probably lucky with our hot sunny weather in September, but in my opinion it’s a worthy alternative to a long trek down to Cornwall from the South-East.
With this news I’m excited to see further clients and servers start to emerge. I’ve been using Micropub as the only method of posting to this site since January 2015 but I’ve yet to add in full update/delete capabilities. Time to get hacking.
When your house is on fire you don’t wait to see if it goes out by itself, you call 999 straight away.
– @arseblog on Arsenal’s inaction over Centre Back injuries. Clearly negligent to start the season so unprepared.
England v Pakistan Test Match. Day 2. ☀️
It’s intended to wait quietly in the background and is triggered via a webhook that’s fired when you push to your GitHub Pages blog.
Full instructions and source code are on the webhook-mentions GitHub repository.
It was inspired in part by Pelle Wessman’s webpage-micropub-to-github project that acts as a Micropub gateway for your GitHub Pages blog. I wanted to provide a way for those with static blogs to use another key IndieWeb technology.
It was my first time using the incredibly easy-to-use Heroku Button which makes it simple to set up your own instance of a little app like this. Recommended.
Slick SMS/email/mail tool by @gdsteam, showing that UX is still important for “internal” apps.
While I’m a staunch BBC supporter/defender, I can’t see the need or fit for its new BBC+ portal-style app. Surely it only invites further criticism from commercial rivals? http://www.bbc.co.uk/mediacentre/latestnews/2016/bbc-plus-app
As a user of an Advanced (Acorn) Risc Machines chip in my Archimedes in the 80s/90s, I’m a bit sad it’s being sold abroad http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-36822806
Nothing much further to add to #brexit . I voted for us to stay in, but now that we’re (going to be) out, the sooner we can stabilise the economy, society and politics the better. The Thick Of It’s “omnishambles” feels more appropriate a term than ever.
Watching The Clangers with my son. Granny Clanger gives Small Clanger a knitted scarf. But they’re each made from knitted wool so it’s basically a flesh scarf. Horrific.
I’m going to this evening’s popup Homebrew Website Club in London: https://indiewebcamp.com/events/2016-06-15-homebrew-website-club