From: Stuart Langridge (email@example.com)
Date: Thu Sep 19 2002 - 17:56:19 BST
Ian Hickson spoo'd forth:
>> Unless you pingback the wrong url by mistake?
> Fair point. Is that rare enough to not require a pingback method for it?
> Because a method for _removing_ pingbacks is going to be a whole lot more
> complicated to pull off, because it will require authentication and all
> that. Not exactly trivial.
You could implement it by having the server check any duplicate pings
it receives to see if the pinging page *still* contains the pinged
page's URL -- that way, if you pung the wrong page, you'd remove the
link to it and ping it again...?
I still think that that's a crap idea and it should be done manually by
email, though; it's pretty rare ;)
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