Replied to https://social.johanbove.info/2019/06/23/the-indieweb-reader-client-by

Thanks Johan! I put a bit of work into how to subscription functionality for this newer version so I'm glad you like it

Replied to https://micro.welltempered.net/2019/06/20/my-niece-says.html

Whatsapp is not nearly as bad. It doesn't need any personal details apart from a phone number and everything is end to end encrypted. I'm sure Facebook will get some tracking and ads in there at some point but they haven't yet.

Replied to https://twitter.com/momodraws/status/1138762082042679296

Yup and my photos cannot do myself or the scenery justice. I also need to get around to posting the rest of my travel photos. I am a bit slow with those

Replied to https://twitter.com/momodraws/status/1138725986256769024

Renting a vehicle is the best way to go if you can. And I would say most of Utah or the North Pacific Coast are probably some of the best places to visit

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