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prologic
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@darch @lyse WebMentions basically lets effectively "comment" on someone else's web page (_which technically could also be a Twtxt feed_) whilst combatting any SPAM problems and NOT exposing your Email address at all. It's a lot harder to SPAM someone with Webmention(s) really because the way it works require you to essentially SPAM yourself, as it required verification of the "source" mention before the target (recipient) accepts it in the first place.

`yarnd` fully support WebMention(s) -- What it does not (yet) support is automatically creating "ghost users" for the source user of a webmention.
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