kind reply

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Joshua Hawxwell :

I opened up the code for relme-auth as I noticed Twitter wasn't showing as an option, looks like they've removed rel=me from the homepage links in the last few weeks which is pretty annoying...
HTML of Twitter link to homepage
It looks like there is a space at the start of the rel tag, maybe it was only an accidental deletion. Also I miss the days when classes meant something.

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Adam Witko :

@hawx You need to get yourself some flour laddy!
That is a textbook loaf, but there is no need to show off how much flour you have by sprinkling additional flour on top.

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Adam Witko :

@hawx How lavish is your lockdown!?
This is it. This is the peak of my lockdown life. Though I think it is more lavish that I'm buying fresh bread every other day because it is the only source of carbs I can consistently find.

replied to https://me.hawx.me/entry/ea5b4a78-d766-48ca-915c-750cf260d851

I scrolled down to protect the identity of the person who liked this tweet. They don't need shaming for the fact that Twitter shows me people's likes of screenshots of tweets I previously saw in my timeline.

replied to https://www.jvt.me/mf2/2020/02/fqgym/

I got this working here https://me.hawx.me/entry/5f00a0fc-52f3-4c5d-bc60-98ae5fba7317. It is pretty basic, I just collect any u-syndication links on the thing I'm liking/replying to and check if they match a tweet/flickr regex, like https://indieweb.org/u-syndication#How_to_use says. Also I've spotted on your blog that your syndication links probably shouldn't be marked up with u-syndication as they don't point to the tweet that was created by brid.gy.

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Joshua Hawxwell :

These should link to different things on my blog, but the same thing on Twitter: Joshua Hawxwell @hawx
Hopefully the reply to this on my blog will look like a reply to my blog, but on Twitter the reply will reply to the tweet

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Kev 🤷‍♂️ :

Why does no one support `text/yaml` Accept headers in their API?
I just broke something by typing a number in a YAML file without quoting it: it expected the field to be a string. I absolutely hate having one item with a quoted name, but the others not, so go for consistency. At that point you may as well use JSON.

replied to Jamie Tanna

/shrug I couldn't even sign-in, I'd type my URL in but the button wouldn't do anything. To be fair it is hard to tell with Material Design buttons if something has happened when you press them. HTTP Shortcuts works fine, it just took a bit of setting up.

replied to Josh on Twitter: "Hopefully+I+can+now+post+from+my+phone%2C+using+the+HTTP+Shortcuts+app+because+I+can%27t+get+the+login+button+of+indigenous+to+work.+"

Can I reply to myself?

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I'm just going to leave this here forever