Is it possible to build in filters so that I can withhold publishing a certain category or tags? Say I have a food log and I would not want to tell the Fediverse what I had for breakfast or lunch. πŸ™‚ I am thinking of a filter (could be a category/tag/post kind/post format). Anything that matches the filter does not go through to the fediverse.
pfefferle/wordpress-activitypub (GitHub)
ActivityPub for WordPress. Contribute to pfefferle/wordpress-activitypub development by creating an account on GitHub.
It would be nice if we could map the post types with the corresponding activity verbs especially when I have the Post Kinds plugin installed.

Say, I read a book and use the read post type, it would be nice if the AS shows me as reading the book. And there are several other post types that could be mapped to the other AS activity verbs.

pfefferle/wordpress-activitypub (GitHub)
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When I post any eat/drink posts from Teacup, they show up as a note kind instead of the expected eat or drink post kind.
dshanske/indieweb-post-kinds (GitHub)
adds support for responding to and interacting with other sites using the standards developed by the Indieweb Community - dshanske/indieweb-post-kinds
The feed rewrite rule for post kinds seems to be broken. https://xavierroy.com/kind/watch/feed and http://xavierroy.com/feed/?kind=watch are supposed to be the same feed, but the ..kind/watch/feed isn’t working as expected.
dshanske/indieweb-post-kinds (GitHub)
adds support for responding to and interacting with other sites using the standards developed by the Indieweb Community - dshanske/indieweb-post-kinds
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.

https://github.com/dshanske/syndication-links/issues/73

dshanske/syndication-links (GitHub)
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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.

//github.com/dshanske/syndication-links/issues/72