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A microblog of sorts. Collects notes and likes.

I wasn’t a huge JSON Feed fan, originally. …

I wasn’t a huge JSON Feed fan, originally. It felt unnecessary, although the same can probably be said of anything that goes beyond RSS/Atom. Anyway, I’ve already embraced (correctly formatted, which can be tricky, still) h-feed, so JSON Feed seems like a logical next step. It supports tags, too! Found Aperture/X-Ray doesn’t support (or even discover) all JSON Feed versions, which is a shame, because under the hood, it does. Only had to adapt two or so version/MIME checks to make it work.

Bookmarked https://wptavern.com/should-users-be-able-to-select-more-than-one-block-style. How about a Tailwind-like set of …

Bookmarked https://wptavern.com/should-users-be-able-to-select-more-than-one-block-style.

How about a Tailwind-like set of utility classes that can be stacked on top of each other, without having to actually code? Either that, or, you know, use … CSS.

“Should Users Be Able To Select More Than One Block Style?”

Bookmarked https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=24274919. This. I’m not a software engineer, …

Bookmarked https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=24274919.

This. I’m not a software engineer, either. (Well, I’m not active in IndieWeb spaces, like, at all, but I have implemented and am greatly enjoying some of the typical “IndieWeb” building bricks. They’re open protocols, after all.)

I am fairly active in IndieWeb spaces and I disagree with others in these spaces all the time.

In reply to https://jamesvandyne.com/ad4b2b8c-f971-4e28-96a7-8b0c860d23f8. Could be they check …

In reply to https://jamesvandyne.com/ad4b2b8c-f971-4e28-96a7-8b0c860d23f8.

Could be they check if an item’s content starts with its title, and decide to display it as a note if so (this is how, again, popular PHP library X-Ray does it). One way to have both notes and checkins not look like articles is to remove their title tags from your RSS (and not use a p-name in your HTML, but I believe that is already the case) altogether. That, in my experience, is the trick (and perfectly valid).