Biomedical and Electrical Engineer with interests in information theory, evolution, genetics, abstract mathematics, microbiology, big history, IndieWeb, mnemonics, and the entertainment industry including: finance, distribution, representation
@jatenas Did you finally get sorted? I know how frustrating it can be to be knocking on the door to be let in...
@jaybearca The Webmention plugin only does notifications. You also need the semantic linkbacks plugin for the parser which will give you the richer data you're looking for.
Hanging out with @joesimpsonjr and gang at the WordPress Santa Clarita Meetup
@mdrockwell You can get feeds of YouTube channels using this simple conversion: `https:/
@mattmaldre No follow feature beyond RSS/ATOM feeds. Old school methods like rganically stumbling on other users or searching tags and the public timeline are the only methods I'm aware of for discovering people.
In fact, it's become quite a lot of data lately, sometimes up to 50 items a day. I'll have to add you to my list of people to follow on @hypothes_is
@mattmaldre I *AM* reverse syndicating all of that content back to my site (as well as a separate @ObsdMD notebook), it's just private by default. Some details: https:/
@geonz I remember having issues with http vs https and cookies the last couple of Moodle instances I've spun up. Did you get sorted? Can your host help?
I had a weird thing that was filling up my database with log details. It's been fixed and doesn't look like it's happening anymore.
I'm still running an older version myself. There's been a move to do a big overhaul of Known and a group is going through most of the plugins to get them updated. It is a volunteer effort though so it may take a bit unless others pitch in.
@Cambridgeport90 I don't worry about them stepping on each other, I simply make sure they're cross-linked so that if I go looking for something, I'll be able to find it. Webmention definitely helps in this respect.
As an example you'll notice that my earlier response (http:/