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Replied to https://mrkapowski.com/2019/06/adding-instagram-to-a-social-reader.html

Good writeup! I love having my instagram feed in my reader. I did it the same way.

On your caveats:

  • I manage to automatically syndicate stuff to instagram , but it uses their unofficial api and could die at any time.
  • I think you discovered that you can only have once instagram cookie per browser at a time, so whenever that expires / changes is when the session is expired and you need to update granary. I don't know how long it lasts, but if you never touch instagram in the browser it is quite a while.

I can also highly recommend doing something similar for twitter via granary if you don't already have that set up.

In the future I hope to integrate granary into together in someway to make it trivial to follow public instagram and twitter accounts :)

Replied to https://twitter.com/davemillar/status/1136058396183056384

Ah ok, I think you have RelMeAuth setup but you also need to set your authorization endpoint like: <link rel="authorization_endpoint" href="https://indieauth.com/auth">

Replied to https://twitter.com/davemillar/status/1134486398709436417

Hmm having a look manually I can't see your authorization endpoint. How is it set up?

Replied to https://twitter.com/rich_cahill/status/1129309834246070273

I've been looking for a reason to get into that sort of stuff professionally after doing some personal projects

Replied to https://twitter.com/lyallbruce/status/1128948926466449408

That one has been around for years! Think it's the computer security conference

Replied to https://miklb.com/blog/2019/05/15/4937/

That's great! I've thought about doing something similar with my indieweb projects. Best of luck!

Replied to https://quickthoughts.jgregorymcverry.com/2019/02/14/help-save-mozdevnet-protect-the-open-web-stop-the-mdn

I get the idea and don't totally disagree, but I think there are a few misconceptions in here.

Just because a project is made in react does not automatically mean it will have unreadable html, it can generate any html markup and can even be rendered on the server, meaning the user doesn't need JavaScript enabled on their device. My site - while not in great shape - is 100% react and fully readable (although minified by default).

And react is also built upon web standards, it works all the way back to IE9.

But of course there are plenty of valid concerns related to how MDN will use react, and what Facebook might decide to do with react in the future.

Replied to https://miklb.com/blog/2019/02/13/4730/

Ninjaforms is definitely the nicest I've tried

Replied to https://p83.nl/posts/1068

Ha, that is awesome! Are you using it for home automation of some sort?

Replied to https://twitter.com/KennyLowe/status/1092437401639813120

They're back! πŸ•ΈπŸ’.ws

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