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@MarcoInEnglish sends/receives them, but only from sites that are registered to its own userbase as I recall.


@jgmac1106 @kfitz Yes it is! I'm still working on some UI improvements, but I've been using them more since I wrote


@kathiiberens @nickmofo We're doing a virtual Homebrew Website club meetup to work on just this on Wednesday if you want to join us:


Congratulations on the new book!


I'm glad you ultimately didn't "give up" but yet managed to get things sorted out to work the way you wanted them to. And with a few days to spare before your post made it to its one year anniversary!

Of course things are still rapidly evolving and the barriers to entry are becoming lower every day...


@_marcusherrmann I've got an OPML list of folks who support it, though a few on it don't (yet).


@spinsterofutica Perhaps you missed the tail end of @LibSkrat's conversation:
Many are working on these and other sorts of abuses as well. Additionally projects like Akismet are aware of the spec and work reasonably well with it.


@HowellsMead For those familiar, it may be a useful shorthand, but it simplifies things too far. Webmention uses knowledge of prior history and abuses of Trackback/Pingbacks/Refbacks and improves on them.
Cross reference: and


@dixongexpat @eatpodcast Had you come across this yet?
@voxpelli may be able to point out documentation or help as well.


@granderojo You might find some useful inspiration at


@granderojo let me know if you need help or ideas!


@evertp After having gotten Webmention working, you might consider stopping by the IndieWeb chat to ask this question of folks like @aaronpk, @t, @kevinmarks, and others who might provide some guidance/suggestions. As a group, they've been able to shepherd 3 specs to W3C Recommendation in almost as many years. We could all use some help on so many different levels.