https://jonudell.info/h/facet/ and then enter the appropriate domain name followed by
/* as a wildcard to search.
- Aaron Davis: https://jonudell.info/h/facet/?wildcard_uri=https%3A%2F%2Freadwriterespond.com%2F*&max=50
- Ian O’Byrne: https://jonudell.info/h/facet/?wildcard_uri=https%3A%2F%2Fwiobyrne.com%2F*&max=50
Now wouldn’t it be cool if this were available in the main UI? Perhaps if there were a button for “Site notes” or highlights? This may be unwieldy for the New York Times, but could be reasonable and very useful for smaller personal and/or academic based websites.
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It’s not exactly an implementation of Webmention, but I was interested to find that there’s a tool from @hypothes_is that will show you their annotations (& replies) on your website.
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facet is a browser-based variant of hypothes.is/search, with experimental support for viewing/searching replies, export, and inline editing. I’m thinking webmention requires a server, and that github.com/judell/h_notify could be extended in that direction, what do you think?
Thank you Chris for the reminder of this. I am pretty sure I have tinkered with it before, but now I have added a link in the menu of my site.
I really want to use Hypothesis more, but until there is an easier workflow I am just going to persist with my mishmash of Diigo and collecting on own site.
Maybe I’m not understanding what this is for, but it doesn’t seem to do anything.
It didn’t find anything because there wasn’t anything to find for your site. Try again now. Or try a big site like the New York Times.
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