Swapped my webmention microservice back to a web hook instead of polling and it feels much nicer. I looked in to Websub but it just seemed like overkill. I will trial this for a while and see how it goes.
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Pet #UI peeve When a destructive action like “delete” is placed next to a frequently performed action like “save”.
Please keep destructive actions in a place that show a definitive want to perform. People make mistakes or may have fine motor skills issues.
Keep it accessible
Parent milestone achieved. Sebs first birthday party was a success!
RSS Feeds are now back on the website. I have also added a feed page to list all the available feeds and formats. https://vincentp.me/feeds/
Changed default branch from master to main on #github you should to.
Follow this guide by @shanselman to do the same: https://www.hanselman.com/blog/EasilyRenameYourGitDefaultBranchFromMasterToMain.aspx
And to remove the master branche completely: https://www.freecodecamp.org/news/how-to-delete-a-git-branch-both-locally-and-remotely/
One diagram. One purpose. Or you already lost the argument.
The syndication microservice is working! Now to write up a blog post explaining it all.
It has taken longer than I first thought. But I can see the end in sight for the re-architecturing phase in my #indieweb redesign. I landed on a microservices approach and so far it feels much nicer to work with and maintain. Just the syndication service to go!
A complex user flow can be a good indicator of messy business process being palmed off to the user as their issue. Similarly if it is overly simplistic there is a good chance you are missing something in your research.