WordPress Outreach Club

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The WordPress Outreach Club is a group of active IndieWebCamp participants who reach out to individuals already running WordPress to add IndieWeb functionality to their existing sites. This would include people who have actively requested assistance in converting as well as people who might be amenable to the suggestion.

The Club was founded as an effort within IndieWebCamp on 2014-11-07. As of 2015-07-21, the Club has a [1] on Github.


Looking for help? Try one of the people below by mentioning their handles or simply the keyword "WordPress" in any of the chat channels. For WordPress specific help, try the main #WordPress channel in chat.

Looking to help others with Indieweb on WordPress? Join the discussion via chat, Slack, IRC or just help someone out! For common suggestions and some frequently asked questions for those looking for help, please also see the WordPress Troubleshooting page.


Earliest first. Handle them in any order you can (e.g. easiest first, those asking for help first etc.)


Successful handling of requests! Move from "Requests" to here upon satisfaction by the requester.

2017-01-25 Colin Devroe

2016-12-07 Steve Dowe

  • Uninstalling Indieweb plugins
  • On 2017-0201 Tantek Çelik notes that his theme is js;dr, perhaps that and no cacheing is killing his performance on his virtual server
  • Note: As of July 29, 2018 he is using SemPress for his theme, has a category called 'microblog' and a Friendica node and appears to be actively IndieWeb. He's also got a webmention endpoint working as well as syndication links up and running.

2016-10-08 Evren Kiefer

Check in to see if he needs any help/encouragement [2] Evren ultimately decided on Jekyll and has rel-me and mf2 set up on his site.

2014-11-09 Dan Gillmor


Not sure why, but @indiewebcamp theme/plugins in Wordpress don't seem to be giving me 2-way comments...was working before.

Not sure when fixed, but appears to be working again as of Nov 2016

2014-11-13 David Peach


03:11 davidpeach anybody know how to pull in twitter mentions into wordpress admin in order to reply directly from admin?

David moved domains to https://davidpeach.co.uk/ and is still hacking away at improving his site.

On hold for for future requests of help

2014-11-05 Gina Trapani


Update: Scribbling.net now just points to GinaTrapani.com - she does not appear to be running a personal blog anywhere at this time.

Topics Getting Started on WordPressAdvanced WordPress Set UpPluginsThemesExamplesWordPress with BridgyDevelopmentDataSecurity
Primary Plugins Indieweb PluginWebmentionSemantic LinkbacksMicropubIndieAuthPost KindsSyndication LinksWebSub plugins
POSSE Plugins Syndication LinksSocial Network Auto PosterJetPack PublicizeWP CrosspostTumblr CrosspostrDiasposterMastodon AutopostBridgy Publish plugin (deprecated) • Medium (deprecated)
PESOS Plugins Keyring Social ImportersDsgnWrks Twitter ImporterDsgnWrks Instagram Importer
Other Plugins ActivityPub PluginAperture Refback pluginIndieWeb Press ThisWordPress MF2 Feeds PluginWordPress uf2OpenIDSimple LocationParse ThisIndieweb ActionsPressForwardYarns Indie ReaderWhisperFollowblogroll2emailWebmention for (Threaded) Comments (deprecated)
Themes SemPress • (SemPress Child Themes: SemPress Lite, SenPress, and Index) • AutonomieIndependent PublisherIndieWeb Publishermf2_sTwenty Sixteen IndieWeb-friendly forkIndieWeb Twenty Fifteen ThemeDoublescores
Assistance Join the #indieweb chatIRC and other chat optionsWordPress FAQWordPress Outreach ClubTroubleshooting TipsWordPress toolsWordPress channel
See also WordPress related wiki pagesCategory:WordPress pluginsCategory:WordPress themesCategory:WordPress sessionsWordPress.comWordPress using IndieMarkAWS Tutorial

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