Commit 3e1bcb6d authored by Jamie Tanna's avatar Jamie Tanna

Add Lobste.rs syndication links

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"value" : "I work on Open Banking APIs for a UK credit card provider.\n\nA large reason I see that the data isn't made directly available to the customer is because if the customer were to accidentally leak / lose their own data, the provider (HSBC, Barclays etc) would be liable, not you. That means lots of hefty fines. \n\nYou'd also likely be touching some PCI data, so you'd need to be cleared / set up to handle that safely (or having some way to filter it before you received it).\n\nAlso, it requires a fair bit of extra setup and the use of certificate-based authentication (MTLS + signing request objects) means that as it currently sits you'd be need one of those, which aren't cheap as they're all EV certs. \n\nIts a shame, because the customer should get their data. But you may be able to work with intermediaries that may provide an interface for that data, who can do the hard work for you, ie https://www.openwrks.com/"
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"https://lobste.rs/s/4qf4tj/future_web_isn_t_web#c_3ulqag"
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"value" : "I've been using GitLab for almost 4 years now, largely for reasons stated in https://www.jvt.me/posts/2017/03/25/why-you-should-use-gitlab/ but also for all the extra stuff they've built on top over the years.\n\nOriginally it was just because of private repos, but evolved into a love of the platform being built in a way that folks can contribute, unlike GitHub."
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"https://lobste.rs/s/5j4vij/what_ci_platforms_do_you_use#c_5jxl7n"
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"value" : "Agree that some users won't want to get stuck into it - they're likely also the users who won't be writing raw HTML for their sites.\n\nSo what we're doing for them is getting Microformats2 support directly into the themes for WordPress, Jekyll, Hugo, etc, so anyone using it can benefit without necessarily doing any work!"
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"syndication": [
"https://lobste.rs/s/ilv3l1/whatever_happened_semantic_web#c_1uz7qp"
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"tags" : [ "microformats" ]
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"value" : "I've written about how I added it to my own site www.jvt.me at https://www.jvt.me/posts/2019/08/26/setting-up-micropub/ if you'd like more info on how you'd go about it - as my site is built around Git as the source of truth, I simply need to get it committing the changes for me and that's it!"
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"https://lobste.rs/s/ox7gtm/static_site_generator#c_w5fjio"
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"value" : "As shared in a separate comment in the thread, there's the Microformats2 specification (see https://microformats.io) which reduces duplication seen with some of the other Semantic Web formats.\n\nYou can see an example of a parsing result at http://php.microformats.io/?url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.jvt.me%2Fmf2%2F2020%2F01%2F2mylg%2F which produces a standardised structure for the resulting JSON, which makes interconnectivity much simpler.\n\nUs folks in the IndieWeb (https://indieweb.org) have been using it for some time with great benefit, but it's always great to hear others reactions too!"
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"https://lobste.rs/s/ilv3l1/whatever_happened_semantic_web#c_xtrzma"
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"tags" : [ "microformats", "indieweb" ]
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"value" : "I'd thoroughly recommend https://gatling.io/ as we're using it across both Java-based and non-Java-based APIs, and have found it pretty great.\n\nI know we're not using nearly the power it affords, but it's very good!\n\nYou don't need to know that much Scala too, it has a straightforward DSL before you get there"
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"https://lobste.rs/s/e5oswm/what_do_you_use_for_performance_testing#c_3s3ltn"
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"value" : "I did something similar with lots of `sq! {SHA}` commits until I found out about `git commit --fixup` which let's you do similar, and then `git rebase -i --autosquash` it afterwards, which is a bit safer with repos others are working on - there's some more detail on https://www.jvt.me/posts/2019/01/10/git-commit-fixup/ if that helps!"
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"https://lobste.rs/s/60xxr0/some_git_aliases_i_use#c_ymv1cp"
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"value" : "I use https://github.com/PlaidWeb/webmention.js to render my webmentions client-side so they're always up to date, instead of needing to rebuild the site - I've written a bit more about it at https://www.jvt.me/posts/2019/06/30/client-side-webmentions/"
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"https://lobste.rs/s/lm7hcu/implementing_indieweb_into_my_website#c_kiehpn"
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"value" : "For those wanting a bit more info on the IndieWeb, see the discussion and post on https://lobste.rs/s/zg6iok/indieweb_movement_owning_your_data_being where I shared a transcript of a conference talk I did on the subject"
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"slug" : "2020/04/hqtyq",
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