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  1. Drew McLellan added one important note to his 2017 piece on Webmentions, which is that you don’t want them to become a vector for denial of service (DoS) attacks. He recommends that implementations should process any incoming webmentions asynchronously - so check to see if the plugin or service you’re using does that.

    https://allinthehead.com/retro/378/implementing-webmentions

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  3. Hi Chris Aldrich
    I am really appreciated your post. Effective communication in the workplace is imperative in a leadership role. An age-old aphorism goes, “It’s not what you say, but how you say it.” Good communication is what separates a poor leader from an exceptional one. Having effective communication skills is the key to good leadership.
    Thanks

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  4. Sounds good having one standard across them all, Im juggling lots of web site and social accounts and suffer from friends not being on the same platforms. Having lots of my own little communities that rarely contain everyone I would like to chat, or share with. Will see if they adopt, its growing at a pace!

    Thanks, great article.

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  6. I feel that this is working very well. Good.

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