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Publish to Wordpress comments and likes #271

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kylewm opened this Issue Aug 28, 2014 · 3 comments

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kylewm commented Aug 28, 2014

Companion issue to #270, Publish support to a wordpress blog's comments. "Suggested" by @tantek in http://indiewebcamp.com/irc/2014-08-27/line/1409163311923

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Would this be different for Bridgy Publishing a reply to a wordpress.com blog post vs. Bridgy Publishing a reply to a "generic" WordPress install on some other site? Should this be two issues?

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tantek commented Aug 28, 2014

Would this be different for Bridgy Publishing a reply to a wordpress.com blog post vs. Bridgy Publishing a reply to a "generic" WordPress install on some other site? Should this be two issues?

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good question! no, not different. bridgy technically currently supports both wp.com and self-hosted WP sites (with jetpack) using the same code. it detects and discourages self-hosted users, though, because the experience is much better if you use pfefferle's indieweb plugins instead.

however, it definitely makes sense to support publishing comments to both, and the code will be the same.

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snarfed commented Aug 28, 2014

good question! no, not different. bridgy technically currently supports both wp.com and self-hosted WP sites (with jetpack) using the same code. it detects and discourages self-hosted users, though, because the experience is much better if you use pfefferle's indieweb plugins instead.

however, it definitely makes sense to support publishing comments to both, and the code will be the same.

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@snarfed snarfed changed the title from Publish to Wordpress comments to Publish to Wordpress comments and likes Jan 12, 2015

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if anyone's interested in tackling this, i've written up comprehensive instructions on how to add a new silo to bridgy. feel free to jump in!

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snarfed commented Dec 8, 2015

if anyone's interested in tackling this, i've written up comprehensive instructions on how to add a new silo to bridgy. feel free to jump in!

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