Adhoc Systems


Micropub test of creating an h-entry with categories. This post should have two categories, test1 and test2

A while ago I contributed a patch to <a href="/tags/Prismo" class="hashtag" title="Prismo tag">#Prismo</a> to add <a href="/tags/microformat" class="hashtag" title="microformat tag">microformat</a> support. I'm a super newbie with <a href="/tags/Ruby" class="hashtag" title="Ruby tag">#Ruby</a> , but it was actually pretty easy. I just filed an issue to add support for sending <a href="/tags/webmentions" class="hashtag" title="webmentions tag">#webmentions</a> . So I might take a crack at that and add more <a href="/tags/IndieWeb" class="hashtag" title="IndieWeb tag">#IndieWeb</a> support to Prismo!<br><br> <a href=""></a>

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I've made more <a href="/tags/accessibility" class="hashtag" title="accessibility tag">#accessibility</a> tweaks. My scroll to top button now defers to the prefers-reduced-motion media query for its scroll behavior. I removed some unnecessary landmark elements and added some where they were missing; that should make screen reader navigation easier.<br><br> <a href="/tags/webdev" class="hashtag" title="webdev tag">#webdev</a>

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I made some small tweaks to my site to improve its <a href="/tags/accessibility" class="hashtag" title="accessibility tag">#accessibility</a> . I added a hidden skip link that is the first focusable element on the page and my scroll-to-top button now resets focus to the top of the page. These are small changes that make non-mouse navigation easier but don't change anything for mouse users.<br><br> <a href="/tags/webdev" class="hashtag" title="webdev tag">#webdev</a>

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Into the SpiderVerse was an amazing movie. Great story, cool storytelling elements, great use of music. That movie is so full of artistry. 👌🏆🎥

I proposed microformat support for <a href="/tags/Plume" class="hashtag" title="Plume tag">#Plume</a> and it was just merged in! The Plume team is amazing. I'll wait a little while and then propose support for <a href="/tags/webmentions" class="hashtag" title="webmentions tag">#webmentions</a> and <a href="/tags/MicroPub" class="hashtag" title="MicroPub tag">#MicroPub</a> . I don't want to overwhelm them with too many requests outside their scope.<br><br>As a bonus, because both Plume and <a href="/tags/Booth" class="hashtag" title="Booth tag">#Booth</a> are written in <a href="/tags/Rust" class="hashtag" title="Rust tag">#Rust</a> , both projects could benefit from any work.

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