Peter Stuifzand replied to pstuifzand/ekster issue #15

Pages with h-feeds are supported now. I had to disable the filtering of items with "published" dates. We'll have to see how this works.

Peter Stuifzand created a new issue for pstuifzand/micropub-android

Post an photo to the media-endpoint by sharing

There should be an share activity for images.

Peter Stuifzand replied to a post on www.bbc.com

This is the strangest thing. Send your naked photos, so people don't see your naked photos.

Peter Stuifzand created a new issue for pstuifzand/ekster

server: Improve built-in micropub endpoint to support json and formencoded requests

The endpoint only support JF2 requests, but should also support json and formencoded requests.

Peter Stuifzand created a new issue for pstuifzand/ekster

Combine feedHeaders and feedItems, so these returns the same header information

The functions feedsHeaders and feedItems should be combined (or be made to share code).

Peter Stuifzand created a new issue for pstuifzand/ekster

Convert MF2 to JF2 structs directly, not a map with strings and interfaces

Now there is a step in the middle that converts the open format of MF2 to another open format of JF2 in a map[string]interface{}. This should be directly converted to the microsub.Feed and microsub.Item structs.

Peter Stuifzand created a new issue for pstuifzand/ekster

Support h-entry posts included in a h-feed

Currently only multiple h-entry posts are supported. This doesn't work of these posts are the children of an h-feed post.
Finished my first draft of https://t.co/1cCffHJICI - which is like https://t.co/lLMJz7W3De for other topics. Thank you to #indieweb on Freenode for encouraging and testing the idea. ✨
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Peter Stuifzand replied to @kickscondor

Very cool. Perhaps a next step could be to add microformats to the items themselves, that way people can read their topics of interest in their Microsub readers.

Peter Stuifzand replied to a post on publog.stuifzandapp.com

I love how easy Go makes using these interfaces. The server implements it (as a file and Redis backend) and client calls it (instructed from the command line). Even the HTTP part calls the server backend through this interface.

Peter Stuifzand created a new issue for pstuifzand/ekster

Fix relative urls inside HTML content

HTML content can contain relative urls and these will to be send to the Microsub client. The client will try to open the url on it's own domain. The server should replace the urls inside the HTML with absolute urls, based on the url where the content was gotten from.

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