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No pingbacks yet

Doesn't seem to be much in the way of adoption of pingback amoung people in my circle of friends.


I'm planning on it, just haven't found any spare tuits laying around in the last month or so. :) I really want to throw together a unified comment system fed by referrers, TrackBack, PingBack, and HTML forms.

Posted by l.m.orchard at

Pingback from as days pass by: Sam Ruby comments on Pingback

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Hmmm. I have a record of a pingback request from Simon Willison, but somehow it didn't work... yet the pingback above from kryogenix worked.

212.100.224.165 - - [03/Oct/2002:15:16:28 -0400] "POST /blog/pingback HTTP/1.0" 200 141 "-" "The Incutio XML-RPC PHP Library"

194.117.133.180 - - [03/Oct/2002:17:33:42 -0400] "POST /blog/pingback HTTP/1.1" 200 142 "-" "xmlrpclib.py/1.0.0 (by www.pythonware.com)"

Posted by Sam Ruby at

There's a pingback-enabled test blog with a very verbose error log for exactly these situations -- go ahead and test yourself at www.dummy-blog.org

Posted by Ian Hickson at

Ian, perhaps I missed it but I went there, used the user and password it provided, and I even created a new user/password; but even so I couldn't find an obvious buttons to push to create a new entry, no any documentation on any API that is supported.

P.S. rn.hixie.ch?

Posted by Sam Ruby at

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Simon's second pingback helped me debug the problem... I wasn't supporting URLs with '#' characters in them properly... instead I was rejecting the request as I was presuming the source was invalid.

Thanks!

Posted by Sam Ruby at

sam: log in with the provided username/password, the form to add a new entry appears at the bottom of the index page.

Posted by Ian Hickson at

Ian - I go to www.dummy-blog.org. At the bottom right, I click on Log In. I enter my user and password. Then I see the same page, except at the bottom it says "Log Out". I see no form. I click on index on the bottom left, and again I see no difference.

It's not overly important... at this point I have both sent and received pingbacks.

Posted by Sam Ruby at

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