Web developer and Studio Lead at Deloitte Digital in Düsseldorf, Germany.
Nice to see you got Known working James and great write-up!
#anyoneelse writes down their thoughts and notes in a file before tooting / tweeting them? Kind of like adding a cooling down phase before publicly posting? I use my Known CMS site for this too.
hmm, somehow I can't reply on posts on Mastodon from my Known site. Will have to dig up ye old error logs.
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Hi Tilman, about the "unfurl" URLS - I must admit I'm not sure entirely how it works. The Known CMS I use was prepared mostly by Marcus Povey (https://
There is also an article here about what "unfurling" is about https://
All of the Known source code can be found here: https://
So as I understand it, the Known PHP system will parse through post body content and it will find URLS to external sites. The application will then do a get request to the external link and it will parse the response it will get back and it will look for any "schematic" data it can find, mostly micro-formats.
I've only gotten to set up annotations on my private site yesterday. Next step will be to be able to send annotations through my Known site.
Thank you for the tip Jonathan! Danito's "KnownMastodon" plug-in still works fine on Known v1.2.4.
I'm trying to avoid following accounts on Twitter with thousands of followers in preference to people I know and have less followers. The tweets of very popular accounts will pass through your timeline eventually anyway through your network. This way the algorithm makes some space for the lesser known people who also have interesting things to say.
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Testing a new browser gave me the incentive and opportunity to clean up my pile of "bookmarks". Wondering how most people use and organise their browser #bookmarks? Do you keep everything in separate folders? Never gotten around in using one of those "pinning" services, even-though I've been "bookmarking" interesting things using my "Known CMS" site, but I don't organise those properly using tags.
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Very happy to read this! I've had the Bootstrap vs a modern framework issue on my to do list for a while now, but family, work and other stuff just kept me pushing this downwards. Also perhaps the future for Known was well, unknown. That you are still seeing the potential of Known, makes me want try to invest real time on it again. Won't make any promises yet.
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Added this issue to the Known "staticpages" plugin Github project. Going to try to solve this in the next days.
I think I got my first spam like on Known, but then it disappeared again. Deleted by Akismet?