WordPress was a session at IndieWebCamp SF 2014.
Notes archived from: https://old.etherpad-mozilla.org/indiewebcamp-wordpress
When: 2014-03-07 17:15
- Ryan Barrett (session facilitator)
- Tantek Çelik
- Dan Gillmor
- Scott Jenson
- Scott Rosenberg
- Will Norris
Be a good indieweb citizen
If you like your current theme and want to stick with it, use:
- Plugin: WordPress-uf2
Or if you're ok with switching to a new theme:
- SemPress - good microformatted theme - it's a whole theme
General consensus from Scott and Dan that getting Twitter feedback on to your own site is strongly desired.
Darius - Want flexibility of using different systems, but have everything then centered back in my own site.
Bridgy with manual POSSE to Twitter
Scott: I want to write blog posts on my own site, then manually do a tweet that links to my blog post, then get feedback to that tweet automatically shown on my blog post.
Desired user-flow: 1. Publish a blog post on my indieweb site 2. Write a tweet manually that links to that post 3. Have favorites/retweets/@-replies to that tweet automatically show up on my blog post
Jetpack supports auto-POSSE to Twitter, Facebook and Google+
Also, some of the community are developing The indieWeb version of Jetpack. https://github.com/pfefferle/wordpress-indieweb
Automatic Tweeting of Blog Posts
Desired user-flow: 1. Publish a blog post on my indieweb site 2. Have a tweet automatically happen that links to that blog post
- Using WordPress JetPack Plugin and "Publicize" module, and turned on Twitter, LinkedIn, and Google+ (apparently through a bizdev deal between wp.com and Google!)
Have replies to tweets of a post show up on post
Desired user-flow: 1. Someone else @-replies one of my tweets that links to my blog post 2. A comment automatically show up on that blog post of that @-reply
Using WordPress "IndieWeb" plugin.