Oddly enough the spec has an optional comments element. Wonder if there’s anyone using that in an interesting way.
If reader mode fully takes off, then there’s no need to worry about styles in specific situations (articles). Offer some bare minimum semantic and you’re good. Firefox’s reader mode wins hands down right now. Content before context.
A lot of websites dump the entire feed — that’s nice. Ideally for bandwidth efficiency, combine multiple delivery strategies.
A partial content feed (Atom preferred) limited to the last
3/5/10posts for quick queries.
A full content feed of a similar limit for fresh content.
A hidden/unlisted feed for dumping all content (mirror).
Alternatively, just implement atom’s collection partial lists for feed pagination. If your post bandwidth (size/frequency) is low, then pretend you didn’t see this — be lazy and optimize later.
a great article
that implements reading webmentions
hugo. There’s always a soul out there who
has tried what you’re thinking about.