2018 war ein durchwachsenes Jahr!
Mein privates „Ich“ hat letztes Jahr sehr viel Raum eingenommen und auch beruflich hat sich viel verändert.
Das heißt ich hatte generell wenig Zeit für mein online „Ich“ und wenn ich doch etwas Zeit hatte, war das Ergebnis meistens eher frustrierend.
My German is atrocious, but it’s well worth stumbling through to see what Matthias is up to lately, particularly with regard to his work on the IndieWeb.
I’ll have to revisit some of his work on OStatus and ActivityPub with respect to WordPress. It would be nice to be able to follow @firstname.lastname@example.org on Mastodon wouldn’t it?
Thanks, as always Pfefferle, for keeping the web open!
There are a bunch of ways for using WordPress with Mastodon, so tonight I thought I’d start experimenting with some.
Straightforward syndication/POSSE plugins (requires an account on a Mastodon instance):
More advanced plugins (shouldn’t require an account as they make your site behave like a standalone instance of Mastodon):
- Ryan Barrett‘s Fed.Brid.gy – allows one to let their own website federate directly into Mastodon and other networks in various ways. I’ve tinkered with it a bit but haven’t gotten all the pieces working yet. This was just recently released, but Ryan has gotten some interesting pieces working well based on tests I’ve seen.
- Matthias Pfefferle‘s OStatus – supports a variety of post kinds on Mastodon; it includes a handful of sub-plugins (Webfinger, Salmon, Activity Streams, etc.) to get everything working. I hope to get around to testing this out shortly too, but has many more moving parts.
Do you know of any other interesting methods for using these two systems in combination with each other in a straightforward manner? I’d love to hear about them.