In reply to https://twitter.com/UnixSysAdmin/status/1023267940811067392. no easy way, no. i can go fix it manually. but also, i get that it’s a bit ugly to see the test domains there, but fortunately they won’t affect how bridgy works at all, so it’s hopefully not quite so urgent. #
In reply to https://twitter.com/00d4n1/status/1022687219579068416. hi! thanks for trying granary, and sorry for the trouble! you guessed right: microformats2.json_to_object() currently only handles individual entries, not feeds. that’s definitely missing from the docs granary.readthedocs.io/en/latest/sour… (and docstring). i’ll add it. #
silent protests! i still use the ‘f’ keyboard shortcut to favorite tweets instead of liking them. #realfavorite #
@benwerd ooh i’m in if you are! quick load test on @Medium to check that it’s ready for HTTP requests to weigh 750MB each? tell me when! #
awww man, why you gotta go f with the program?! :P
ah, no. that’d be pretty careless. bridgy is careful to only send back fully public comments, likes, etc. https://www.brid.gy/about#missing
out of curiosity, how does it contravene public profiles?
@kevinmarks @NurtureGirl hi jean! looks like your site blocks (403s) bridgy from fetching it, maybe due to your wordpress or host’s config.
kent beck and martin fowler. cliched and maybe outdated, but still first to mind for me.
@davidpeach1 me too! mine is more low tech though: https://github.com/pfefferle/wordpress-indieweb-press-this/commit/e86e320b284ea0c94b3eb61f129f154a4b60ed16 can’t wait to try yours!
+1 for maturing a codebase! not the sexiest thing, but very very valuable. nice work.
fun! i’ve had similar idea(s) myself: [https://snarfed.org/2013-10-20_pumpkin-carving-2](https://snarfed.org/2013-10-20_pumpkin-carving-2) [https://snarfed.org/2012-10-28_pumpkin-carving](https://snarfed.org/2012-10-28_pumpkin-carving)
not just you. this has been annoying me so much!
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I run a number of projects on App Engine. I love it. However, it’s a bit embarrassing that the standard environment still only supports Python 2, not Python 3. I recently migrated two Python 2 libraries with matching App Engine projects, granary and oauth-dropins, to be Python 3 compatible. It worked, but it took a […]
Harriet Russell Update: I built this! If you’re familiar with much of my IndieWeb work, you probably know I’m drawn to building translators, proxies, and bridges to connect different protocols and services that do similar things. There’s been a lot of activity recently around Microsub, a standard API for feed reader clients to talk to […]
I’m launching a new side project! Bridgy Fed connects your IndieWeb site with federated social networks like Mastodon and Hubzilla. If your site can send and receive webmentions, Bridgy Fed can federate it with the fediverse! I originally discovered the IndieWeb after I started connecting this web site with social networks like Facebook and Twitter. […]
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