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Gutenberg compatibility would be killer. All the tools are there in Gutenberg to make awesome IndieWeb friendly posts, but might be difficult to get it to play nice with the current plugins & themes.

Replied to https://jamesg.blog/2020/09/08/rethinking-the-blog.html

You have hit upon one of the great conundrums of the IndieWeb - everyone loves static sites until they want to do something dynamic πŸ˜„

I know you already moved off Next.js but I use that now, and it can actually be a mix of statically generated and dynamic content which works great for me.

The other thing to look into is basically fancy build steps. I don't really know if it is common in Jekyll, but in things like Gatsby and 11ty it is quite common to have a build step that pulls data from external sources, then new builds can be fired by webhooks.

Replied to https://v2.jacky.wtf/post/f1fb82cb-3c43-4ec7-81e8-4d2153d175b6

Tried wsl2 yet? I've found it works with pretty much anything I've thrown at it. Only issue is the slow windows filesystem - but apparently it's way better if you use the specific wsl file system

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This is actually pretty close to some ideas I had for a microsub "middleware".

With the way microsub is built it would be possible to generate recommendations and category feeds without a centralized server. You can create a "client" that can automatically read channels from any server and create feeds / modify existing items.

I already have a decent working example in removing like posts from a feed and sending them as a daily rollup instead at https://glitch.com/~microsub-middleware

With this middleware idea there is also no need for specialized servers and clients, it should all just kind of work (hopefully)

Replied to https://twitter.com/mxbck/status/1181196276962119680

Yeah there might be workarounds, and there is the idea of a micropub media endpoint for that sort of thing. But it doesn't feel as nice to have one part serverless and the other part not.

Replied to https://twitter.com/mxbck/status/1180885522601926656

People have at least thought about this, not sure if there are any working examples out there though.

A common problem people ran across was serverless functions enforcing a maximum post body size, so no real media posting.

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Oh hey, you're just down the road from where I live! Enjoy!

Replied to https://v2.jacky.wtf/post/c794aea6-a029-475c-86ce-f0113a90f1f0

Try bitwarden_rs instead! I've been running that for a year or so and loving it.

Replied to https://mxb.dev/blog/indieweb-link-sharing/

Looks like you've come up with a nice solution that works for you πŸ‘

You should check out micropub it's kind of a open specification for what you've already built, then you can use any micropub client to post to your own website!