Had good conversation with @schmarty about @glitch and tracking contributions through micropub and webmentions.

Problem:

I have people make anonymous edits to my projects and can not give thx as the logs are flattened upon export to GitHub.

Possible Solutions:

Low hanging fruit: For now I will just note on my blog when I start a new Glitch project. On that project i will add a bit of code so the page can receive webmentions. Then back on my blog I can self-post edits and updates as webmentions.

Climbing higher: Create some kind of micropub client on @Glitch so we can send each other webmentions about projects.

Building the orchard: See if the Glitch logs have any kind of consumable API that could be used with micropub so I can just publish edits I make and track changesĀ  I make without having to do much at all.


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  1. Had good conversation with @schmarty about @glitch and tracking contributions through micropub and webmentions.

    Problem:

    I have people make anonymous edits to my projects and can not give thx as the logs are flattened upon export to GitHub.

    Possible Solutions:

    Low hanging fruit: For now I will just note on my blog when I start a new Glitch project. On that project i will add a bit of code so the page can receive webmentions. Then back on my blog I can self-post edits and updates as webmentions.

    Climbing higher: Create some kind of micropub client on @Glitch so we can send each other webmentions about projects.

    Building the orchard: See if the Glitch logs have any kind of consumable API that could be used with micropub so I can just publish edits I make and track changesĀ  I make without having to do much at all.

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