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I don't want replies in my Home timeline, unless they're in a conversation I'm a part of.

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Regarding : it was relatively easy to set up, and will more-or-less work for my two blogs separated by paths (though Commento also assumes one blog per subdomain and breaks with unhelpful messages if you include a path in your subdomain).

It doesn't do Oauth to Mastodon/Pleroma. There's an open MR to implement that, but it's poorly documented. I'd help, but it's and that bugs me even more than JS.

I also don't know at all and am a mere dabbler in JavaScript, but is simple enough and laid out in such a way that seems to work for my Python/Django-trained brain. The one twist is that the client-side code has to be built after changes, which took some time to figure out.

As part of the process, I'll try adding docs to the fork about modifying it; so many projects lack even a basic explanation of how to make changes to the code.

Schnack works, mostly, and let me comment on my blog using this account. But it has a giant assumption baked in: you will run your blog on one domain, and you will run Schnack on a subdomain of that same domain. My blog is at gdorn.mydomain.com/blog and I'm using an Apache Location clause to send gdorn.mydomain.com/schnack to, well, schnack.

So I'm forking it to remove this assumption or at least allow it to be overridden.

Because I don't have enough projects going already.

Are there any comment systems that work with a static blog generator like and allow Mastodon/Pleroma users to authenticate against their home instances (via Oauth)?

I am seeing (schnack.cool/) in this space, but it is hard to tell how baked it is.

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@tom79@framapiaf.org
I'm working on a PR to an oauth library. In my resaurch I noticed that Pleroma and Mastodon have very different templates for handing off the oauth access-token using the `urn:ietf:...` redirect_uri.

I wondered if you could point me to where in the fedilab source you deal with this problem, and if you had any insights into how services _should_ implement that token handoff?

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I love the idea of the #fediverse, where there are all these different services that can all talk and share stuff on the same underlying framework.
The HUGE issue I'm having is I still have to make accounts on almost a dozen servers to be able to share different kinds of content. #Pixelfed for images, #mastodon for short messages, #Plume for blogging, and now #prismo for reddit-esk news.
Whatever happened to federated logins like #OpenID that let me use my main to sign into other sites? 🤔😓

i wrote a blog post about activitypub! i promise it's different from everyone else's blog posts about activitypub, probably!

https://ktn.fyi/blog/posts/20190208-mastodon-is-not-just-a-server
many thanks to @cwebber for inspiring me to write this
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