The result, the World Wide Web, what we know today as the Internet
Just because the book is not intended for a technical audience does not excuse blatant mistakes. If anything, it makes accuracy more important.
aral I find I go in similar “abstraction loops” for many things. Start off basic → try out an abstraction → try out a higher abstraction → and another → get tired of abstractions, return to the original/something similar. The process always informs me in useful ways, however horrible the intermediate results are ;)
laurakalbag they add significant value to conversations, as they provide a recognisable visual indication of who is speaking and where each comment starts/ends. I am inclined against comments, but would recommend having avatars if you do :)
aral you were into popup ads then, right? :D Or is that tripod’s fault?
Always nice to see people’s early work :)
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:
And then obviously rename the
.class.php files and activate as you would any other app.
Earlier, aral wittily quipped:
The CMS I use for my personal sites is called a file system. You might have heard of it. #indieweb
I disagree with this premise. Useful and easy as filesystems are, without a wrapper like Jekyll they don’t manage content (resources), they manage representations (typically HTML).
laurakalbag you mean you spend time doing… reverse spam filtering?! Doesn’t that negate the usefulness of spam filters completely? Personally I am inclined against leaving comments on other sites anyway, it may keep conversations in the same place but it fragments my identity. Hence developing Own Your Comments
I updated my Web Actions spec/document with better terminology and examples: http://waterpigs.co.uk/articles/web-actions/