One thing I find myself wanting is a discovery-based follow button for Microsub that would allow me to input either my own following list or even my Twitter account which would then parse through my Twitter follows to allow me to quickly follow the personal websites that appear in people’s Twitter website and bio fields.
Similar to something like webhooks, these endpoints can be used to send a wealth of data from one place to another. Right now I can see a great use case for going from almost any target that’s currently supported to a variety of endpoints that are currently built for websites or blogging use cases.
Leveraging Micropub may also make it easier to target a simpler common “surface” instead of dovetailing with hundreds of individual CMS platforms and their APIs.
I’ve been able to use Micropub with Webhooks to get around the current IFTTT limitations, but there is a lot more you might be able to do with it as a company while making it easier for customers as well.
Meanwhile, blend the eggs with the flour and the remaining 2 oz/57 g sugar to make the liason.
In lieu, I’ll recommend people join me at the bigger IndieWebCamp East on Nov. 14-15, where I’m sure there will be lots of Domains related discussions.
So for “pretty” as kekkou, type ke-k-ko-u which transforms to けっこうautomatically.
I need to get out of the habit of letting my browser be a to do list.
Tuesday, Oct. 20, 2020 at 9:00 AM Pacific