As I work on my new theme for this site, I noticed again that the old theme's way of dealing with the webmentions I send is not 100 per cent functional. Specifically, quite a few sites seem not to like the h-card here, which is present on every post as a <div> that contains pure <data> elements.

Having just read, then, that Stephen Rushe has a new implementation of the Authorship algorithm, it seems only right to send him a webmention.

Two ways to respond: webmentions and comments


Webmentions allow conversations across the web, based on a web standard. They are a powerful building block for the decentralized social web.

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These are not webmentions, but ordinary old-fashioned comments left by using the form below.

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