WordPress seems to support basic IndieWeb-Comments out of the box!
in reply to @eschnou.com
WordPress does indeed send pingbacks, the trick is to also have proper microformats markup, and this depends on your theme I guess. Your blog seems to have proper markup, however it seems I failed to recover your author h-card, I’ll have to debug this and will let you know.
Detail mf2 spec is here: http://microformats.org/wiki/microformats-2
Yes, I am working an a full mf2 support for this theme for quite some time. Perhaps I should check out Barnaby Walters newest php-mf2 and run some more tests. The avatar on this post is definitely at the wrong position 🙂
I wonder how much effort would be required to do the same on wordpress (display ‚replies‘ from the #indieweb as comments on a wordpress blog post). I think you are a wordpress expert and will let you investigate 🙂
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That’s exactly what I have planned 🙂
Aggregating comments is not that big of a problem and should be done with some little changes on the default pingback functionality of WordPress. The bigger problem should be the reverse way, because comments have no „real“ urls in WordPress. Perhaps we could add fragment support like superfeedr does: http://blog.superfeedr.com/fragment-subscription/ but single views for comments shouldn’t be a problem either.
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