I recently wrote a high level summary blog post: W3C Technical Plenary and Advisory Committee (TPAC) Meetings 2023 https://tantek.com/2023/262/b1/w3c-technical-plenary-tpac of my time at the #W3C (@W3

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I recently wrote a high level summary blog post:

W3C Technical Plenary and Advisory Committee (TPAC) Meetings 2023

https://tantek.com/2023/262/b1/w3c-technical-plenary-tpac

of my time at the #W3C (@W3.org, @[email protected],

@W3C
ORG

) #TPAC

the week before
DATE

.

Posting this note to explicitly

#
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hashtag that article with topics mentioned therein:

#Sevilla #Seville

#Spain #
MONEY

WICG #SocialCG #SWICG #Fediverse #SocialWeb #sustainability

#IndieWeb #
MONEY


ActivityPub

ORG

because I forgot to put explicit categories (p-category markup) in the article post.

Adding that markup after publishing, and then sending an

ActivityPub
ORG

update (via #

BridgyFed
ORG

) is apparently not enough for #Mastodon to notice that the

Update
ORG

has new tags to display and aggregate on tag pages. In my next #w3cTPAC article post I’ll be sure to include category markup before publishing and see if that works.

Post glossary:

article post

https://indieweb.org/article

note post

https://indieweb.org/note

p-category

https://indieweb.org/p-category

tags

https://indieweb.org/tags