Replied to a tweet by Scott KingeryScott Kingery (Twitter)

Presuming I’m following your question: The plugin is already using Parse This to scrape and import the “name” (aka the post title you’re bookmarking, reading, etc.) from the original website based on microformats, html, OG meta, or even schema before it posts to your site. Some sites may not provide these in which case you may have to supply something yourself. I’ve only seen a very small number of sites return nothing for these.

As I recall, if the post name comes up empty, the plugin will default to the text “a post” so that there’s something there to link to, but you can always go back and change it if necessary. If you’re using the bookmarklet, you can always manually input something as well before publishing. 

Let me know if I’ve misunderstood your question and this didn’t cover your use case(s).

PubMed parsing

Filed an Issue Parse This Parsing Library for WordPress (GitHub)
Can Act as a Standalone Plugin - dshanske/parse-this

I would think that a major information hub like PubMed would have better metadata given its position in the research space but apparently not. It returns very little data, but could be way better.

Example page: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/17083004

An IndieWeb Podcast: Episode 12 Gutenberg

Episode 12: Gutenberg


Running time: 1h 49m 01s | Download (34.2MB) | Subscribe by RSS | Huffduff

Summary: We have a late night discussion of the new WordPress Gutenberg editor and the usual project talk.

Recorded: Thursday, December 13, 2018

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