Is there an existing tool/API that syndicates actual content to syndication endpoints? Or is this a limitation of and not the syndicators?

Some more minor changes, and now it's out. πŸŽ‰

Not perfect. Constantly needing to remind myself it doesn't have to be.


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Finally got around to implementing a UI for my :

I don't know if the markup is correct for everything. πŸ€·β€β™€οΈ Just happy this is live.

Updated the wiki entry for . This really should have already been present. There doesn't appear to be any official treatment of part context replies, likes etc.

So it looks like I don't have a lot to do when it comes to .

This works.

But is the architecture behind this correct? I used the e-content property while publishing, not h-cite > e-content.

If it were correct, I wouldn't be staring at my screen when I came around to implementing reply with context/cite.

Yay! Test microblog is a go! Dev environment set up and everything works nicely together. Support for like and repost next, which is fairly simple for a Micropub client to implement! πŸ˜€πŸ€©

(not so much for the Micropub server)

Alright, time to set up a new server, a sample static site, and move Celestial forward. Let's go! 😍

Looking for markup behind a reply *with context* in a client. Do you use one already? Link me to it please?

I've only checked so far and it does not support reply-context.

is difficult and confusing. I can imagine the fright of an average user landing on a login page and wondering what to do or what's a good way to get set up.

Here's a preliminary login page that's supposed to help close the gap.

If you use a client (or have in the past), what do you feel is lacking?

I might be wrong, but I didn't think I'd ever be opening an issue on a (recommended) spec. πŸŽ‰

After a long day of mostly refactoring the server side code and fixing an issue with dates, I finally have a note published on my staging site using Splisher (Micropub client) and Indiekit (Micropub sever).

Feeling super accomplished already. Lots to do still. πŸ™‚

Very slow day, today - gotta look out for your mental health! I was only able to push a minor UI improvement.

Instead of your identity URL showing up (which can be long and/or less pleasing to the eye, we now parse your h-card and fetch a name and picture to show.

To be less ambiguous, I have made a note to show the URL somewhere in the UI in the future - perhaps profile page.

Considering ideas for further refactoring the server-side code and making it cleaner & readable.

Would anyone like to hear about my progress (and struggles) with the client I'm working on?

Seeking a humble, experienced set of eyes for a client I'm developing. It's a app with template engine.

I'm very interested in refactoring the codebase as we go along to be more modular and resilient.

The pace is admittedly slow, but I am inclined to see this through to the end. :)

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