any #jekyll users here know how I should insert my mastodon rel=me link to my site? Just getting (re)started, and not sure if this should go in my config.yml somehwere, or in an _include/ file?
@plantarum Depends on your template. If the template has _includes defined that look for your account from the config.yml, you can define it there. Otherwise you need to add that part in some template/include.
@jaranta thanks! I just saw that you are also using #minimalmistakes. I looked through the code and don't see anything in the includes (from my phone, so might have missed it), so I guess I'll need to add it myself. Do you use rel=me links? I'm just starting to learn about #indieweb stuff, not sure how useful it is
@jaranta that's what I was wondering. It sounds like it might be a good idea in theory, but I'm not sure of the practical benefit. It's just my personal blog/unofficial work site, nothing that requires fancy federation/syndication.
Maybe I'll hold off on the #indieweb stuff for now, and worry about getting my owncloud upgraded to nextcloud next. And maybe writing some more posts
@plantarum I had a phase where I had a personal Known instance which integrated with Twitter and Instagram and had locations and reviews and ...
Also my blog used to fetch tweets as comments.
Now I have neither. Mostly because it wasn't very useful and a technical nightmare.
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