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Add Wordpress ActivityPub plugins - Pterotype and Wordpress-ActivityPub #163

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sunjam opened this Issue Nov 14, 2018 · 4 comments

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sunjam commented Nov 14, 2018

Hi, please consider adding these two Wordpress ActivityPub plugins. Both allow a wordpress blog to have a federated ActivityPub stream.

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jaywink commented Nov 26, 2018

Thanks for logging - will try to do this soon. Will need to look at them whether they expose any structured metadata. I'd rather not write much custom parsers to work on HTML.

All new projects I suggest adopt https://git.feneas.org/jaywink/nodeinfo2

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pfefferle commented Nov 28, 2018

I think it should be enough to add WordPress as a project: https://the-federation.info/#projects

I just released a NodeInfo(2) plugin, that makes the rest: https://wordpress.org/plugins/nodeinfo/

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sunjam commented Dec 13, 2018

Awesome job!

  • Is it possible to list which specific activitypub plugin a wordpress node is running?
  • Is it possible to add descriptions and links to the various available wordpress plugins (since we have several)?
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jaywink commented Dec 16, 2018

Is it possible to list which specific activitypub plugin a wordpress node is running?

Would be cool imho for different plugins to expose a different name in the NodeInfo software name. Different plugins will likely have different features.

Thanks @pfefferle for the plugin!

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