I hadn’t taken a close look at the IndieWeb comments documentation when I marked up the latest version of comments for this site last week. Today I’m going to follow some of the advice Chris had and stare closer at some prior art. My first objective is to remove all of the unnecessary classes added… Continue reading Webmentions work log 20200117
Tonight is Pullman’s first Homebrew Website Club and I’m going to use the allocated hacking time to figure out what might be misfiring in the Webmention plugin’s always approve feature. Side note: It feels weird typing “Webmention” rather than “webmention”. I think I’m going to use the lowercase version from now on unless I feel… Continue reading Webmentions work log 20200115
Why not, right? I shipped a great bug yesterday. A big thanks to Chris Aldrich for catching that and sending me a DM today to let me know. With all my cleverness around separating comment types for display below posts, I forgot to check for cases where there was some kind of Webmention, but no… Continue reading Webmentions work log 20200113
I’m about to create a repository named something like WSUWP-P2-Common that contains all common P2 related plugins and/or themes for use throughout the WSUWP ecosystem.
It’s purpose will be more of a built package rather than a development area. Development will still occur in individual repositories. When releases are pushed in those repositories, they can be deployed to the central package repository as well.
I feel like I’m reinventing the wheel though and that if I understood Composer enough, I could use that. But then part of me doesn’t care if I’m reinventing the wheel because it will just work with our current deploy process without much effort.
I also wonder if this is better of as a private repository. I guess if we run into a plugin that isn’t GPL compatible for some reason, we can create a separate repository for WSUWP-P2-Common-Private, but I’m hoping that isn’t the case.
If this works as a model, we’ll likely have other “package” repos in the near future for other sites.