Threaded Replies and Comments with Webmentions in WordPress

Replied to Threaded Replies and Comments with Webmentions in WordPress by Chris Aldrich (Chris Aldrich | BoffoSocko)
… WordPress-based websites (at least self-hosted versions running the WordPress.org code) can easily and simply allow multiple parties to write posts on their own sites and participate in multi-sided conversations back and forth while all parties maintain copies of all sides of the conversation on their own websites in a way that maintains all of the context.
This is fracking bloody awesome!
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