John @whiskeydragon1 and I are getting married on June 19 2021.
There’ll be something virtual for those who can’t make it, and we’re still trying to figure out accessible wedding invitations because there is no way I am having a wedding that some of my friends can’t participate in.
We’re in the initial stages of planning, so we don’t have every detail worked out yet. But I am so happy and excited.
Another interesting option is @KevinMarks’s noterlive.com which will compile your threaded tweets for cutting/pasting HTML to your site. Perhaps one day he’ll add Micropub functionality as well?
I’m hoping that future versions of this provide the Twitter permalinks for the syndicated copies there to be returned to my WordPress site for storage. In my case, I’m using the simple Syndication Links plugin which has storage and/or finds the storage location in WordPress to allow for the display of those permalinks in my post to indicate where I’ve syndicated the copies. This does two things: it’s a reminder of where my content lives elsewhere on the web (especially if I later want to go back and delete them, or to delete them if I’m deleting or making the original post private/unpublished) and it allows services like Brid.gy to find my original post and backfeed replies to the Twitter versions back into the comments section of my post using the Webmention spec (via the Webmention plugin and the Semantic Linkbacks plugin).
Soon after I finally took the leap and signed up for a mico.blog to explore that platform. ❧
Be sure to check out how you can post your content to your own website and syndicate your material into micro.blog (maybe via RSS or using plugins). If your site uses the Webmention and Semantic Linkbacks plugins, then any replies to your posts will be automagically ported directly back to the comment section of your post.
In addition to some of the others in education who you’ve mentioned, I’ve got a list with some others (be sure to check the comments too–both for the others you’ll find, but also for the example Webmentions I’ve received from Micro.blog.)
Annotated on September 26, 2020 at 01:57PM
I am going to start getting serious about headless WordPress development for my new website at jimgroom.net, inspired by Tom Woodward’s talk for #HeyPresstoConf20 ❧
A lot of the posts I make to my WordPress site are done in a headless manner using the Micropub spec and the Micropub plugin with a huge wealth of Micropub clients.
I did a presentation on this at a WordCamp a while back: https://wordpress.tv/2019/06/26/chris-aldrich-micropub-and-wordpress-custom-posting-applications/
Annotated on September 26, 2020 at 01:59PM
Chris Aldrich ❧
By linking my site here, Jim has sent a Webmention notification, so I know he posted about my site: https://telegraph.p3k.io/webmention/14qD8olgI7lyGjRy0q/details
Annotated on September 26, 2020 at 02:27PM
The nice part is that this sort of model allows the user to collect this data and send these notifications on an as-desired basis to the publisher.
One can use a zero-width space (using something like
​in their HTML) between the @ and a twitter user name on the original post and the syndicated copy will not have the traditional @mention link or notification functionality.
Here’s an example
- Original post: https://boffosocko.com/2020/09/17/55777062/
- Syndicated copy: https://twitter.com/ChrisAldrich/status/1306748549233815553
This reply can also serve as a test for the functionality within Github where I’ll “tag” both @kylewm and @snarfed, but if it works, Ryan shouldn’t be auto-linked or notified.
Here’s more on how I’ve thought about it before: https://boffosocko.com/2018/03/10/thoughts-on-linkblogs-bookmarks-reads-likes-favorites-follows-and-related-links/