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In reply to https://hacdias.com/2022/08/14/should-every-update-be-a-post. That’s exactly what I …

In reply to https://hacdias.com/2022/08/14/should-every-update-be-a-post.

That’s exactly what I do, too. There’s no need to keep them apart—Microsub readers or “Webmention parsers” will be able to tell which is which from the markup/microformats used, and will sometimes make the choice for you (cf. the “post type discovery” algo)—although everyone is free to do whatever they like best, obviously.

I am planning on merging notes, replies, reposts and RSVPs under the same section.

I kind of “hide” my replies behind a link, though, although they’re all there in my feed. And I keep likes and listens separate because, well, they’re currently more of an experiment, I guess.

Should Every Update Be a Post?
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Been toying with Laravel a bit more. Decided …

Been toying with Laravel a bit more. Decided to split off some Webmention functionality into a package of its own, https://github.com/janboddez/laravel-webmention. There’s two classes here that matter, one for receiving (Http\Controllers\WebmentionController), and one for sending (WebmentionSender). Hoping to add a parser of sorts later, and some CLI/Artisan commands.

GitHub - janboddez/laravel-webmention
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Bookmarked https://noahpinion.substack.com/p/economic-misconceptions-of-the-crypto. Not sure diamonds are really the …

Bookmarked https://noahpinion.substack.com/p/economic-misconceptions-of-the-crypto.

Not sure diamonds are really the best example here, but: true.

In general, [scarcity] doesn’t create value. Limiting your own product until it’s as rare as diamonds will not make it as valuable as diamonds.

Economic misconceptions of the crypto world
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In reply to https://jlelse.blog/micro/2022/08/2022-08-07-zhdvt. I’d say go for …

In reply to https://jlelse.blog/micro/2022/08/2022-08-07-zhdvt.

I’d say go for it. I added “plugins” to my RSS reader, which only I use! Simply because I wanted it to remain, at its core, the simplest of feed readers, and at the same time kind of wanted a weather widget, the ability to add custom CSS, “checkin maps,” and minimal Microsub support. Plugins let you do exactly that, abstract away all the fluff.

Jan-Lukas Else
jlelse.blog