There need to be MORE YouTube competitors, not less.
Thought experiment: A social network that segregates users by moving weighted average of the sentiment of what they say (automated or user-voted.) Repeat trolls are stuck only being able to lash out at each other and can't contact or appear in timelines of higher-sentiment users.
Gladys across iPad/iPhone/Mac is awesome. It's amazing to have a cross-device, iCloud-synced temporary dumping ground for all kinds of data, and that's probably the most basic way it could be used.
@aaronpk Nice to meet you at #devconf! I already understand micro.blog’s Webmention model better than I did when I first wrote this, but if you’re curious where I started: http://micro.blog/jd/803408 and my current question about “re-mentions” that we discussed in person: https://micro.blog/jd/806147 I know these are both specific to micro.blog but I’m very interested in how Webmentions can gel well wtih centralized services like micro.blog in general.
@eli Guessing you listened to the latest episode of ATP? 😇That's a pretty awesome story.
@khurt Completely agree, but I hope these are really just growing pains with new applications of new standards. Making something deeply customizable also makes it deeply complicated, but perhaps after enough time passes, there will be out-of-the-box apps with sensible defaults for all of this stuff.
@cn 2nd test: Replying to your post using micro.blog's Webmention endpoint, so it should show up on both of our blogs AND on micro.blog if it works like I think it does. 🤞Thanks again for being a guinea pig.
Testing my Webmention code by replying to your post without involving micro.blog, so it should show up on both of our blogs but not on micro.blog. Thanks for being a guinea pig. 😆
I don't understand how WebMentions are supposed to work between two self-hosted microblogs that are integrated with micro.blog. If I want to reply to a self-hosted post appearing on micro.blog, do I send a WebMention to the micro.blog conversation, the self-hosted post, or both?
Woah, it works! And there's only a small amount of duct tape and bubblegum holding it together.