@hugo @HerraBRE Yes, I use this on my static blog (generated with Hugo). You can see an example here if you scroll down: https://www.schiessle.org/articles/2018/11/01/keep-yourself-organized/ It is basically a little bit of JS and PHP which searched my Mastodon account for the URL and then fetches all likes, re-shares and replies. With a little bit more work you could probably also integrate a "add comment" feature more tightly but for me the current state was "good enough" so far. The code can be found here https://gitlab.com/BeS/hugo-sustain-ng/tree/master/static/mastodon.comments
@hugo @HerraBRE ... I use only the Mastodon API for it, it is no ActivityPub involved at all. So maybe not exactly what you are looking for. For me it was a pragmatic way to solve my problem which I defined as "get a social component on my otherwise static blog and don't use any central service but do it in a way which is also some advertisement for the fediverse"
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