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Loqi [indienews] New post: "Implementing TextRank on my blog search engine" https://jamesg.blog/2021/07/22/search-engine-textrank
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nekr0z I keep thinking about one scenario. Let's say one John Smith wrote a comment to my post on his own website and sent me a webmention, so my website shows his comment under my post. Then John changed his comment to something completely different. He's supposed to send a new webmention, of course, but let's say he didn't. Now my website shows the old comment with the link to the comment that is totally different, and that's not good, right?
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nekr0z [snarfed]: not yet, no :) But I'm toying with an idea to expand my indieweb-glue project to the point where I can use it to display webmentions, in which case I will be showing what's currently there on John's site vs. what was there when the webmention was sent, so the same question arises.
nekr0z [snarfed]: I know it's unorthodox, and that's part of the reason I'm still thinking about instead of implementing already. Why? Well, mostly for the same reason I made indieweb-glue in the first place: why store other people's data/text/thoughts on my site, all this belongs on their websites, doesn't it?
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[chrisaldrich] The second one is called Broken Link checker (in .php) if anyone is curious: https://wordpress.org/plugins/broken-link-checker/
[chrisaldrich] Somewhat related to this sort of archiving discussion, Mark Graham recently mentioned to me last month that the Internet Archive has a Firefox Extension https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/wayback-machine_new/ which will let you look for first/recent archives of pages, archive your current page (bookmarklet like functionality), and it also uses Twitter's API to show you tweets which mention the current web page you're
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