Micropub servers are existing endpoint implementations of Micropub.
Examples of IndieWeb sites that support the micropub API (in order of deployment).
Aaron Parecki supports publishing various post types on aaronparecki.com using micropub since 2013-12-25.
- 2013-12-25 note micropub publishing support added
- 2013-12-28 pushup micropub publishing support added
- 2014-02-24 photo micropub publishing support added
- 2014-09-17 bookmark micropub publishing support added
- 2014-11-07 repost micropub publishing support added
- 2014-12-22 like micropub publishing support added
Ben Roberts posts to his Postly site via micropub. Photos are posted using OwnYourGram and Notes, Replies, and Articles are posted using his own Postly Client. Deleting entries via micropub added 2014-09-28.
bear supports micropub since 2015-01-01.
- Supports any post types by passing all metadata in the 'content' param as and inferring post types from it (so all a client needs is a content field).
- Supports edit over POST via resending content (+ metadata) and the slug of the post to be edited.
Jeena Paradies supports micropub for notes (with syndication and reply-to) only since 2015-07-12. Posting photos works too since 2015-07-24. And now even person tagging for notes and photos since 2015-07-30.
- Supports any post types by and inferring post types.
- 2017-07-21 note
- 2017-07-21 replies
- 2017-07-21 article
- 2017-08-04 checkin support added
- 2017-10-20 deleting and undeleting added
- 2017-10-20 updating support
- step counts (since 2019-09-15)
- reposts (since 2019-12-24)
Jamie Tanna has recently created a separate site, journal.jvt.me which runs on a new backend, and allows posting private content, which will soon be Open Source'd into micropub-go
Jacob Hall wrote his own Micropub server in early 2021 and continues to improve on it. It accepts both HTML and plaintext posts intelligently. It currently supports:
The server is written in PHP
capjamesg hosts a Micropub server and client. The server and client can post:
- Reposts (shares)
- Entries in James' coffee "drinking" log
The Micropub server also accepts requests from OwnYourSwarm so James can syndicate checkins posted on Swarm to his site.
These posts appear on the social pages on jamesg.blog such as jamesg.blog/likes/.
The server and client are written with Python Flask. The project is open sourced on GitHub.
Micropub has been added to the following CMS software and blog publishing tools for additional server support.
Ben has written a Known plugin that logs in via IndieAuth and publishes content via micropub. It's designed to work so that all indieweb post types - notes etc - are passed to the content plugin registered to handle them. 
wordpress simple-location plugin needed to display location info.
- Kristof De Jaeger has built a bundled Micropub server into the IndieWeb module for Drupal 8.
- Stefan Auditor wrote a Drupal module to add a Micropub endpoint to Drupal installs on 2015-05-10. https://github.com/sanduhrs/micropub
Shane has written a Craft plugin for Micropub. It currently only works with notes and requires some configuration to setup. It has also only been tested with Quill so far, as of 2015-07-11. https://github.com/ShaneHudson/Micropub_Craft
Pelle Wessman has written a self-hosteable service that exposes a Micropub endpoint and then performs the instructions sent to that endpoint by committing Jekyll formatted data to a GitHub repository for the Jekyll site. Modular built and would be possible to extend to support other systems like Jekyll as well. https://github.com/voxpelli/webpage-micropub-to-github
Sebastiaan Andeweg wrote a Micropub plugin for Kirby 2. As of 2016-12-12 it supports posting with FormEncoded and JSON, and has a branch for update (replace and add) that needs some cleaning and 'delete' support before it can be merged. (I'm selfdogfooding it anyway now) https://github.com/sebsel/kirby-micropub
dobrado can publish posts received via Micropub since 2017-02-05.
Amit Gawande has written a self-hosteable service blotpub that exposes a Micropub endpoint for Blot. It accepts Micropub requests, creates simple Blot posts and saves them to a configured Dropbox folder.
indielib is a Go library that provides tools to create a Micropub server handler quite easily. The user of the library only needs to provide an implementation of how posts are created, updated, etc. The library ensures compliance with the specification and can be easily mounted on any an HTTP route.
Micro.blog has built-in support for Micropub as its native posting API for hosted blogs.
Ryan Barrett's ownyourresponses is PESOS as a service for Twitter favorites, retweets, and replies and Instagram likes. It polls your accounts periodically for new activity via the APIs and creates corresponding like, repost, and reply posts on your site via Micropub.
The original motivation is described in PESOS for Bridgy Publish.
How much of the Micropub specification is implemented by open source software projects.
- with latest git version
- With the "Events" plugin