Mentions of http://webmention.herokuapp.com/

Matthias Ott
webmention.herokuapp.com A hosted Disqus-like comment service that enables #Webmention receiving on any kind of site. #indieweb HT @schnarfed
Frederic Hemberger
Thanks! Do I need brid.gy on top of that to receive mentions from twitter, et al?
Anonymous
Note on May 13, 2016 09:24:37
Webmentions are now live on every post on dBlogIt! Thanks to @voxpelli https://webmention.herokuapp.com
Checkmention XSS test
Clicking this should not cause an alert. This div should not alert. Try clicking this link <script>alert("encoded-xss")</script> and this too. Mouse over this should not cause an alert. This broken should not throw an alert. <alert("XSS4");// Neither should . Please look at the Owasp XSS prevention cheat sheet for more information. This note was created on Sun May 15 02:47:52 UTC 2016
Does clicking me alert?
This test embeds XSS within the hcard name and time field. Clicking on the name or title should not raise an alert.
Jonathan Ive
I love the way your site looks, though I'm not really the Jony Ive. How easy is it for someone to discover the real author of this note? Please also check that the links in this note have no rel="me" attribute on them.
Checkmention
Congratulations! You've successfully handled a webmentioned note.
Dustin Boston
Webmentions are now live on every post on dBlogIt! Thanks to @voxpelli webmention.herokuapp.com (dblogit.com/link/2fb4e3/)
Aaron Parecki
@tarr11 @schnarfed The comments here are from bret's webmention.js script: bret.io/2015/05/23/tho…
Douglas Tarr
@schnarfed cool! Any good examples of this in action ?
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atomicules
@t I am going to start using u-in-reply-to and u-repost-of though #indieweb
atomicules
@t Yes, I've read about that. I may do, but I don't know if I want the clutter of receiving them; a bit like having comments
W3C Memes
@elfpavlik we’ll do that once the #WebMention REC is rescinded.
Ryan Barrett
@elfpavlik @w3cmemes or just sign it up for brid.gy !
Amy Guy
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Ryan Barrett
Kyle Mahan: A note from 2014-06-20
totally! there are obviously a number of established examples of this. a couple of the most relevant are jekyll + disqus (or webmention.herokuapp.com, etc.) and wordpress + wp super cache or total cache (plugins). that second combination is less well known, but it really is the same thing. the caching plugins generate and store the final html for each page, including the front page, lazily or eagerly, and serve it straight from disk without running any PHP. when someone posts a comment, or you update a page
Ryan Barrett
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Pelle Wessman
New service: WebMentions for static pages
I'm now launching a service that can receive and embeds WebMentions for sites. Useful for eg. static blogs on GitHub Pages.
@lionzan
Webmentions in and out!
Yes, apparently I made it! I'm able to receive webmentions, thanks to the service created by Pelle Wesseman at webmention.herokuapp.com. And I am also able to send webmentions through the Ruby code created by Aaron Parecki. The code surely fires out webmentions, but I didn't see any on the mentioned posts (yet). Hmmm... :/
Anonymous
New service: WebMentions for static pages
Want to implement webmentions but you’re using static pages a-la Jekyll? No problem. Pelle’s got you covered.
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