@jalcine i've done some things with it
@Gargron I'm in London tomorrow (Friday 11th) if you want to meet up. I'm around Kings Cross, but could tube somewhere else to meet
@Gargron when are you in London? Would love to meet up
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@bram glitch.com may get there first
Are we doing personal websites again because I never shut mine down so I'm accidentally way ahead on this trend.
Social groups, and therefore the Internet, go through cycles of localization and centralization.
We were localized (personal sites), we centralized (social media), and we are starting to localize again (slack channels, blogs).
occasionally, clicking through yet another half-arsed GDPR-mandated cookie management screen, i find myself thinking "the GDPR has buggered up the web"
then i catch myself.
no, it hasn't. the way companies have opted to respond to the GDPR is what's buggered up the web. they could have been nice and unobtrusive about it, but no, they decided that *every user in the EU* should suffer their protests at not being able to stow thousands of fragments of random shite on a whim all over their vict- sorry, users' computers.
@fluffy the tumblr domain gives me the oath interstitial before redirecting, but the custom domain doesn't
@fluffy did you avoid the Oath interstitial, or does that only show up in Europe?
I am told that switching your tumblr to a custom domain will make the Oath interstitial and the image flagging go away. so I made https://tumblelog.xyz/ to make this easy. Thing is , I don't have any flagged images on my tumblr, so I can't test this theory
@fluffy @xurnami there are always opaque rules, yes. I think being protocol primary is going to confuse people either way. Nascar is hints and aides memoire as to what wiil work.
Let me back up a bit. Putting rel=me on any profile pages you publish is a very good idea. Using rel=me links to find possible auth models you do understand fanning out from a url you have been given is also good. Maybe you'll be lucky and find an openid 1.0 provider that isn't dead yet.
@fluffy @xurnami https://www.flickr.com/photos/factoryjoe/3588332554/in/pool-openid/ is an example of what I mean.
@fluffy @xurnami a diminishing number though. You do end up making a Nascar ui so they realise which ones they can use.
Type in your URL ui is always a faff. And openid 1.0 did end up with Nascar ui to prompt people on what they could use.
If you have a set of friends who you want to give private access, start with the things they already have, and add Nascar buttons as you find you need them. Don't focus on one protocol to rule them all, as we have lost that battle. Except maybe email.
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