I need to play Battleship with my son but here is an example of a webmention badge form the wiki back to my blog:
think there is mad potential for community and wikis with webmention badges
Trying to make an HTML Note update for @WithKnown. Sometimes use just need a box for plain text. Wondering if this is the reason micropub clients can't publish notes:
htmlspecialchars() Is this getting in the way? Totally understand why you should have it....well I learned about three seconds ago...so totally is a little strong...
Can we declare the need for an apostrophe in contractions dead. Whats difference between can't and cant. Only matters for its and it's which folks use incorrectly anyways.
There isn't an easy way for all the blogs of #OER to talk.
We can build really cool classroom spaces using post types like read, listen, watch, reply and bookmark.
can credential using webmention badges.
can export xAPI with a tiny bit of work
xAPI development paid for by the Department of Defense.
Go ask ten sergeants if they want their lieutenants carrying data that can only be reassembled using government provided devices or data packaged in human readable text.
See what they say.
I think the affinity group stuff better kept to a credentialing spec. Gonna play nice with xAPI just gonna encourage smallest metadata set possible to ensure data portability.
Learning vocabularies are already bandied about massive. No one really uses them.
I like #IndieWeb for teaching because microformats makes sense for learning. Teachers know how to write paragraphs and look for evidence in text structure.
Thus if evidence exists at text level then metadata should to. Plain as Chekov's gun or Occam's razor?
A native plugin would be best and quite doable. But folks are working on Bridgy Fed and Pixelfed https://