Summary: At long last, after about three weeks worth of work, David Shanske (along with help from Aaron Parecki) has added the ability for the IndieAuth plugin for WordPress to provide an IndieAuth endpoint for self-hosted versions of WordPress, but it also has the ability to provision and revoke tokens.
This week, David Shanske and I discuss IndieAuth and the WordPress plugin’s new functionality as well as some related micropub work David has been doing. To some extent, I alternate between acting innocent and serving as devil’s advocate as we try to tease out some of the subtleties of what IndieAuth is and what it means to the average user. As usual, David does an excellent job of navigating what can be some complicated territory.
Related IndieWeb Wiki Pages
- PESOS – Post Elsewhere, Syndicate to your Own Site
- POSSE – Post on your Own Site, Syndicate Elsewhere
Micropub Apps Mentioned in the episode
Closing discussion on IndieWeb Readers and Microsub Pieces
- Indie reader
- Aperture (Aaron Parecki)
- Indigenous (Eddie Hinckle)
- Together (Jonathan LaCour and Grant Richmond)
If you need more IndieWeb content, guidance, or even help, an embarrassment of riches can be found on the IndieWeb wiki, including the following resources: