I think you mean Octopress based on Jekyll, not WordPress. Before switching away, I got close to storing webmentions in Jekyll _data files. I still get twitchy thinking about Jekyll. Someday I think I’ll return.

Site Updates: Importing Old Posts, Disqus Comments (martymcgui.re)

Jonathan Prozzi and I have challenged one another to make a post about improving our websites once a week. Here’s mine!

Back in 2008 I started a new blog on WordPress. It seemed like a good idea! Maybe I would post some useful things and someone would offer me a job! I wanted to allow discuss…

Oops, good catch! I’ve updated the post.
I store my webmentions in Jekyll _data files, as well as reply contexts for reply posts like this one.
I’m pretty close to considering them “stable enough for public use”, but being unfamiliar with the process of releasing, maintaining, and supporting a Jekyll plugin, I am holding off at the moment.

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