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Tried wsl2 yet? I've found it works with pretty much anything I've thrown at it. Only issue is the slow windows filesystem - but apparently it's way better if you use the specific wsl file system

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This is actually pretty close to some ideas I had for a microsub "middleware".

With the way microsub is built it would be possible to generate recommendations and category feeds without a centralized server. You can create a "client" that can automatically read channels from any server and create feeds / modify existing items.

I already have a decent working example in removing like posts from a feed and sending them as a daily rollup instead at https://glitch.com/~microsub-middleware

With this middleware idea there is also no need for specialized servers and clients, it should all just kind of work (hopefully)

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Yeah there might be workarounds, and there is the idea of a micropub media endpoint for that sort of thing. But it doesn't feel as nice to have one part serverless and the other part not.

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People have at least thought about this, not sure if there are any working examples out there though.

A common problem people ran across was serverless functions enforcing a maximum post body size, so no real media posting.

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Oh hey, you're just down the road from where I live! Enjoy!

Replied to https://v2.jacky.wtf/post/c794aea6-a029-475c-86ce-f0113a90f1f0

Try bitwarden_rs instead! I've been running that for a year or so and loving it.

Replied to https://mxb.dev/blog/indieweb-link-sharing/

Looks like you've come up with a nice solution that works for you πŸ‘

You should check out micropub it's kind of a open specification for what you've already built, then you can use any micropub client to post to your own website!

Replied to https://andy-bell.design/wrote/adding-webmentions-to-my-personal-site/

Great post!

Webmentions are indeed not super straightforward to implement if you are building them yourself, but the same could be said about any comment system.

The difference is a lot of CMSs and tools have already abstracted the complexity of comments but not so much with webmentions. But I am sure that will change with increased adoption.

Replied to https://social.johanbove.info/2019/06/23/the-together-subscription-link-discovery-works-neatly

Yeah it's super handy! Although I sometimes find my server doesn't always generate a preview.

I actually just moved the repo this week and need to update that old one. New repo is https://github.com/alltogethernow/web