Discover a URL's published rel=“me” links.
There are a couple of ways you can use rel-me.cc:
You may point your browser at the website, enter a URL into the search form, and submit! You could also hack on the URL itself and throw something like this at your browser's URL bar:
Lastly, if you're comfortable working on the command line, you can query the service directly using a tool like curl:
curl --header 'Accept: application/json' --silent 'https://rel-me.cc/search?url=https://sixtwothree.org'
wget --header 'Accept: application/json' --quiet -O - 'https://rel-me.cc/search?url=https://sixtwothree.org'
The above command will return a JSON array with the results of the search:
[ "https://sixtwothree.org/", "mailto:email@example.com", "https://www.flickr.com/photos/jgarber", "https://atom.io/users/jgarber623", "https://bandcamp.com/jgarber", "…" ]
You want to help make rel-me.cc better? Hell yeah! I like your enthusiasm. For more on how you can help, check out CONTRIBUTING.md.
If diving into Ruby isn't your thing, but you'd still like to support rel-me.cc, consider making a donation! Any amount—large or small—is greatly appreciated. As a token of my gratitude, I'll add your name to the Acknowledgments below.
rel-me.cc is written and maintained by Jason Garber.
rel-me.cc is freely available under the MIT License. Use it, learn from it, fork it, improve it, change it, tailor it to your needs.