Okay, here is what I think about the bookmarklet. Facebook OpenGraph won, everybody supports that, even Mokum. Here is how it would look: you paste the URL here, and click the "Share" button (or "Post" button will ask you an additional question if there is only the URL, and nothing else). Then it does the magic, crawling the URL the same way that Facebook does, extracting title, snippet and images. Then you have a chance to edit the snippet, add your own comment, and finally click "Post" again (waiting for images to be downloaded and processed).
Basically you will see the same text and image that you would see if you paste the URL to Facebook and wait several seconds (or if you would use OpenGraph debugger: https://developers.facebook.com/tools/debug/). ‎· псы в рапиде
Sounds good ‎· Luca Pork Chop Express
There is another frequent use case: upload image or images using URL. This will be handled by the same mechanism. There will probably be couple or more websites which don't use OpenGraph, but are popular enough to support explicitly (I don't even have an example right now, but we'll probably find something). Otherwise, everything which I tried to share is beautifully handled by Facebook/Opengraph: nytimes.com, 500px.com, imgur, etc., etc. ‎· псы в рапиде
I tried to find if this could be handled on client side, but it seems that it would not be as convenient and secure as Mokum-integrated sharing code. I think that I'll try to implement something this weekend. ‎· псы в рапиде
upload images using URL orghl ‎· ellofizgherard
sounds fantastic <3 ‎· inconsolabilmente Lucretia
This is nice. But my usage of frf bookmarklet was drastically different, usually on non-social (non-)media sites. ‎· 9000
Having a sensible fallback for non-opengraph-enabled sites would still be nice, for a later update. ‎· Marco d'Itri
@rfc1036: sure, I plan to use arc90 Readability API for that. ‎· псы в рапиде