I just pushed part one of an update that will merge #ActivityPub and #IndieWeb interactions.
For now the facepile will look a bit funny if you have IndieWeb interactions, but it will be fixed soon with part two.
For now, the replies/likes/shares counters of #microblogpub will combine the two, but an update in the templates is still needed, as it will still show all the webmentions reactions as "Webmentions". Soon they will go to the right section (likes/shares or displayed as a replies). Older webmentions will be considered as unknown (for now).
@Thegreenman@sunny.garden Hey, this was completed a while ago, now all replies/likes/reposts from webmentions are merged with their ActivityPub counterparts.
I just haven't posted an "update note" yet, but it's there!
@email@example.com Look at those likes coming across from twitter thanks to bridgy and webmentions 😎
@firstname.lastname@example.org (cc @email@example.com) For now I am still focusing on the backend side, so your best shot would be looking at forks.
Having few themes out of the box would be nice though, I will try to see how we can make that happen!
@firstname.lastname@example.org @email@example.com another option would just be to have a place for sharing our CSS files?
@firstname.lastname@example.org @email@example.com @firstname.lastname@example.org even just a hashtag? With CSS files as attachments?
@email@example.com @firstname.lastname@example.org @email@example.com A hashtag would make it hard to find themes as all instances have a different view.
A git repo would be easier I think (and it could be linked in the official doc), and even if the main repo is on sourcehut, having it on Github would make it easier to grant access to people who maintain a theme.
We would have to find a way to easily enable/update a theme from microblogpub though.