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Support annotation creation via micropub (like/reply(comment)) #1535

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cweiske commented Sep 22, 2016

Here's what I fixed or added:

Ability to create comments and likes as annotation via micropub

Here's why I did it:

I want to back up instagram posts together with their likes and their comments, so I needed a way to import them programmatically.

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Interesting, this is clever extension of micropub, but couldn't it be done more easily by webmention/bridgy?

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kylewm commented Sep 25, 2016

Interesting, this is clever extension of micropub, but couldn't it be done more easily by webmention/bridgy?

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agreed with @kylewm but this should definitely merged into core !

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physcocode commented Sep 25, 2016

agreed with @kylewm but this should definitely merged into core !

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@kylewm: bridgy would need to get (private) instagram support, which the instagram API does not allow for not-own-private-images.

If you want to have that with webmention only, you'd need to setup fake comment html with microformats. Just having a method to push comments and likes into the system is easier.

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cweiske commented Sep 25, 2016

@kylewm: bridgy would need to get (private) instagram support, which the instagram API does not allow for not-own-private-images.

If you want to have that with webmention only, you'd need to setup fake comment html with microformats. Just having a method to push comments and likes into the system is easier.

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I think this is really cool :) We can experiment with it - I think it's worth having it in core. Webmention is also a thing, but direct comments are neat.

NB: I do, however, disagree with syndicating comments from private spaces elsewhere, unless everyone in that space has consented to the syndication.

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benwerd commented Sep 25, 2016

I think this is really cool :) We can experiment with it - I think it's worth having it in core. Webmention is also a thing, but direct comments are neat.

NB: I do, however, disagree with syndicating comments from private spaces elsewhere, unless everyone in that space has consented to the syndication.

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