Great idea… Currently I run a PESOS approach involving Goodreads and Zapier that is triggered whenever I mark a book as currently reading. Once the Micropub issues on my site are resolved, I think this would be a way to go for me…
indiebookclub is an app for keeping track of the books you are reading or want to read. It is primarily intended to help you own your data by posting directly to your own site with Micropub.
Really love this idea of Manually adding a new post kind to the Post Kinds Plugin for WordPress.
I’ve already enabled the following post kinds: acquisition, drink, eat, exercise, sleep and trip. Multi-kind posts is something I really want to do though it is not supported. Though I cheated a bit by enabling the Quick Edit option in the plugin and then using the The Quick Edit option in WordPress to add the additional post kind.
An example using the infamous chicken post kind
Posts imported through Keyring Social Importers plugin require setting up the syndicated links manually. The plugin stores the original link data in custom fields. So I’m guessing it might be possible to pull it out and add it to the SynLinks meta box.
There are more kinds listed at https://indieweb.org/posts. Are there plans to support them? I am using sleep right now as private posts.
This is a post written on a Slack channel. Let’s see if this thing works as expected. I’ll also add an image to check.
When there is a manual Syndicated Link added and then Bridgy adds syndication links, the ones added by Bridgy are prefixed to existing content instead of being appended.
Scenario: I added a manual syndicated link to Letterboxd, and then published to FB and Twitter using Bridgy. The FB and Twitter links appear before the Letterboxd link. I feel that since it is a movie post, I would want Letterboxd to appear first. I suppose this would apply to other scenarios like a Foursquare or Instagram.
Not sure if this is a Bridgy issue or Syndicated Links issue.
Let’s see if I can post from Telegram
Micropub test of creating a basic h-entry