Barry Frost

This is Barry Frost’s personal website.

Tagged #webmention

Really happy to see that #webmention is now a W3C recommendation. 👏 @aaronpk and all @indiewebcamp implementers.

https://twitter.com/w3c/status/819624363645353985

Transformative

I’m happy to say this site is now running my new IndieWeb microblogging software, Transformative, which I’ve open-sourced on GitHub.

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Introducing Webhook Mentions

Webhook Mentions is a very simple Ruby app I’ve built that sends Webmentions to any links in new/updated posts in a Jekyll-powered GitHub Pages site marked up with Microformats 2 h-entry markup.

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In reply to Webmention Rocks!‘s post on webmention.rocks
This post advertises its Webmention endpoint with an HTTP Link header. The URL is relative, so this will also test whether your discovery code properly resolves the relative URL.

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In reply to Webmention Rocks!‘s post on webmention.rocks
This post advertises its Webmention endpoint with an HTTP Link header. The URL is relative, so this will also test whether your discovery code properly resolves the relative URL.

Wondering if this will appear as a comment on the first test page of Webmention Rocks!

Reposted Webmention Rocks!‘s post on webmention.rocks
This post advertises its Webmention endpoint with an HTTP Link header. The URL is relative, so this will also test whether your discovery code properly resolves the relative URL.
Liked Webmention Rocks!‘s post on webmention.rocks
This post advertises its Webmention endpoint with an HTTP Link header. The URL is relative, so this will also test whether your discovery code properly resolves the relative URL.
Reposted Aaron Parecki‘s post on aaronparecki.com
Just published new working drafts of Webmention and Micropub! https://www.w3.org/TR/2016/WD-webmention-20160301/ https://www.w3.org/TR/2016/WD-micropub-20160301/ Thanks to everyone for their contributions to these updated drafts!

Bridgy's domain_blacklist.txt

Domains that don’t support webmentions. Mainly just the silos.

I’m excited to read about Manton Reece’s upcoming microblog platform, especially as he seems keen to support Micropub and Webmention.

Trying out Ryan Barrett’s brid.gy to send webmentions back to my site from replies, RTs and favourites on Twitter.