Replied to http://eddiehinkle.com/social/2017/04/1234/

Hmm. The e-content on this post means that webmention.io picks up the p tags, so I get <p>💯</p>, which fails the is-this-an-emoji check.


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Ryan Barrett Ryan Barrett at said:

sounds like you should strip HTML tags (and then re-strip whitespace) before checking whether a reply is an emoji reaction? more discussion in https://indieweb.org/reacji#How_to_markup.