1. Just pushed a load of changes to auto-tagging which should make structured, tag–based querying of notes way easier.

    This note should be tagged with mention, reply, quote and location as it contains all of that data.

    Some Test Quote with a mention in

  2. Just pushed a plugin which auto–populates the <ins> and <del> elements with their little–known datetime and cite attributes. Hopefully, coupled with my article update histories and a bit of , this’ll allow for some native-HTML version control type stuff.

  3. Doing a mass find-and-replace operation on the Perch Blog app so I can have more than one running at the same time. If you want to do something similar, here are the strings you need to replace:

    • blogyourName
    • BlogYourName
    • perch_blogyourPrefix_yourName
    • PerchBlogYourName

    And then obviously rename the .class.php files and activate as you would any other app.

  4. I finished off the Nominatim geocoding. Tack .json onto the end of this URL and have a look in the tags array for goodies. h-adr and h-geo coming soon.

  5. Ben Ward: @BarnabyWalters The one strange thing I see in your replies to @drewm is the lack of threading in client UI. Missing the in_reply_to header?

    @BenWard fixed, thanks! I blame twitter for using /status/ and /statuses/ interchangeably in tweet URLs and confusing me :) This tweet should have in_reply_to set correctly.

  6. Trying to resist the temptation to use ☺ for unordered list items.

    Thankfully, CSS doesn’t seem to have the concept of list-style-character.

  7. Paul Boag: I have a guest post coming up that includes a table. Spent all evening trying different approaches to getting them working responsively.

    @boagworld they’re damned awkward. I am tempted to wrap them in a div with overflow-x: scroll.