Me: Do you regularly use WordPress?
You: Yes, I love it, it’s fantastic!
Me: Have you ever thought about helping contribute to WordPress?
You: No, I am not a developer.
Me: Well, good news, you do not have to be!
You: Ok, tell me more…
Whether you have considered it...
Aloha! My name is Jeffrey Paul. I was born and raised near Baltimore, Maryland and currently reside near Chicago, Illinois. I manage open source product and enjoy helping others grow professionally. Like my father, I’m a documentarian and can regularly be found with my phone in front of my face capturing all the things my kids are up to.
Can’t I just follow you in a single place? Maybe just your website? (BTW, it’s possible to turn your WordPress site into a Federated/Mastodon-like instance using Activity Streams.
@email@example.com is a followable thing in the Fediverse and the UI is continually improving.
Here are some instances you should be able to follow: https://the-federation.info/wordpress
I haven’t looked at my settings for it in a while, but apparently I’ve had JetPack’s “Like Buttons” turned on on my website. It seems rare that WordPress users are ever using that functionality and as a member of the IndieWeb, I’m accepting likes via Webmention anyway. As a result I’m choosing to drop the old “like” functionality.
Tom Woodward (@twoodwar) is Associate Director of Innovation in the @VCUALTLab. We chat about the awesome things that can happen when great educational technologists like Tom get to work with great educators. A few of those things are anth101.com, photographyismagic.com, and oh the 34,200 blogs at rampages.us!
I feel robbed that Terry Greene only published the first half an hour of what would assuredly been an epic 10 hour discussion. Suppose I’ll just have to be content with reading Tom Woodward’s blog cover to cover and scouring the web for video that features him.
WordCamp Riverside 2019 Day 2 was jam packed with an amazing lineup of speakers, lunch, swag & an after party! We fully enjoyed EVERY moment and learned lots in the process. Thanks to all of our Speakers, Sponsors, Volunteers & Attendees who make this event awesome!! #WCRS19 pic.twitter.com/xxLNoOn5vb— WordCamp Riverside - Nov. 8-10 2019 (@WordCampRS) November 10, 2019
at 3rd @WordCampRS Riverside event organized by local Inland Empire community https://t.co/uEVAQU8wpl A @WordCamp #WCRS conference of abt 100 attendees learning abt marketing & online solutions using @WordPress =most popular web tech pic.twitter.com/hB5I5Csyxa— Alberto Roca (@MinorityPostdoc) November 9, 2019
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Sessions after lunch starting a few minutes late.
Sabrina Liao is looking primarily looking at Zapier, Integromat, IFTTT, automate.io.
I use a huge number of automated pieces like these, particularly IFTTT, for driving my own personal online commonplace book.
A few years ago, I wrote about Google's secret screenshot API - a slightly cumbersome way to take website screenshots for free. There's another service which you may find simpler to use - mShots from WordPress. Here's how it works:Take any website link:https://twitter.com/JennyVass/status/1067855777...