Thanks for sharing this piece of information.
If a relevant fraction of those read and understood what I tried to contribute to the Coronavirus topic, I maybe should at least try to feel a little less like the above-mentioned stonier-than-thou rolly-polly guy.
In short, YMMD.
It’s like finding out we’re not alone in the universe! Kind of dangerous information in a way. The bird site, IG, etc.- you know how exactly how big your audience is (potentially). Most people do behave differently when they know they’re being watched. For better or for worse!
Can anyone explain why this same highlighted phrase has started to show up at the beginning of Oneboxed links, (usually Wikipedia I think)?
Anyone know if oneboxing relies on Schema / Open Graph data, or if it has custom handlers for the big sites? In other words, is this Wikipedia’s fault or Discourse’s? (@codinghorror?)
Yes, it does!
This is also true, though we try to gently nudge sites to follow the existing standards
What specific URL has the issue? Wikipedia allows some frankly kind of annoying URLs at times…
… see where it says “Pages for logged out editors learn more” right at the beginning
That seems like a mistake
Here’s the one for the image I posted above. I’ve seen many others.
Thank you for reporting this! We’re on it.
I’ve noticed that the mysterious [OBJ] no longer appears. Was that an actual fix?
DO NOT SUMMON THE [OBJ] BY NAMING IT!
It stands for “Oh! Beetlejuice!”, So please do not say it one more time
Biggie Smalls Biggie Smalls Biggie Smalls
That’s not OBJ!