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.
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.
/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.