Alessio Caiazza

Il sapere umano appartiene al mondo.

This is really cool Lorenzo!

I’d like to suggest you take a look at the indieweb movement.

There are new technologies, like webmentions that you could use to implement likes and reply in a federated way.

And a static site like yours (or mine), can leverage https://webmention.io/ as a free backend.

As an example, this reply was posted on my own site, and syndicated here on your Disqus.

(l0g.in 59X9YE)

sorry for the trouble!

Please don’t feel sorry for this, you made a lot available for free to all of us.

Thanks for checking.

My site is statically generated and I implemented newbase60 deterministic short links with javascript redirects (not the best option).

I have 2 options I can apply easily:

  1. add webmention links in <head> in the shortlink pages, but then will brid.gy send mentions to my canonical URL or to the permashortlink?
  2. this is more complex to implement, but I could generate a config file that will force the webserver to issue 302 redirects for the permashortlinks.

Will option n. 1 be enough for fixing this?

(l0g.in 59VH0G)
Alessio

Hello. My name is Alessio Caiazza. I'm also known as nolith. I love writing code and technology. I'm passionate about production engineering.

This is where I write my thoughts trying to follow IndieWeb principles.

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