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I have shared my Micropub action for @DraftsApp to the actions directory – https://actions.getdrafts.com/a/1QC

 

Finally made a functioning Micropub action for @DraftsApp. Needs some tweaking, but I should be able to share soon.

 

I’m interested in building a @draftsapp action to publish notes via Micropub. I’m finding their documentation inscrutable. Anyone have pointers? Source for a similar action (perhaps publishing to Tumblr or WordPress) would be super helpful.

 

Testing post from Icro via Micropub.

 

Replied to a post on github.com :

While I think a Gallery object would be nice, eventually, I am not convinced that its necessarily the best way to go here. Its my understanding that pretty much all Entities support attachments, so doing it in the near-term in a more cross-cutting way would enable any type of post created via Micropub that contains multiple attachments to elegantly display the images.

 

Great progress is being made on Together - https://github.com/cleverdevil/together - an open source "reader" for the open web, with support for IndieWeb standards like Micropub and Microsub. Check out this quick demo – http://share.cleverdevil.io/JNrG4pVNfY.mp4

 

This is great! I'd love to see @evergreen_mac support the broader via Micropub and Microsub! We're doing that in Together – https://github.com/cleverdevil/together – but would love a native macOS alternative. Excited for @evergreen_mac!

https://twitter.com/evergreen_mac/status/947562202730344448

 

One thing I loved about the early days of Twitter was the UX innovation from third-party clients like Twitterific and Tweetie. I’d love to see that happen for Micro.blog, and RSS, JSON Feed, Micropub, Webmention, and other IndieWeb concepts make it entirely possible.

 

Congrats to @danielpunkass on the launch of the new MarsEdit! Support for Micro.blog is awesome. My request? Support for Micropub! I’d love to use MarsEdit to write status updates, bookmarks, likes, reposts, photos, and more on my website πŸ˜€

 

I think I’d use the Micro.blog iOS app for status updates exclusively if it supported Micropub syndicate-to. @manton has done a great job making an attractive and functional app! Looking forward to continued evolution.

 

Great job fixing Micropub support in the iOS app, @manton!

 

Enjoying the new macOS client for Micro.blog. Good job, @manton! Excellent start. My biggest request across the board is the ability to provide `syndicate-to` targets for my website, which supports Micropub.

 

My grill is now updating its own site via , posting to Twitter and Micro.blog.

 

Success! Just added Micropub Media Endpoint support for @WithKnown! πŸŽ‰

 

Replied to a post on werd.io :

@werd.io/profile/benwerd awesome! I've registered my interest in creating an updated, pluggable/extensible Micropub implementation for Known on day two. I may have to pick your brain...

 

@aaronparecki.com great overview of a great API! Thanks for all of your hard work pushing Micropub over the finish line.

 

Hey, Micro.blog's latest iOS app seems to be able to publish to my website via Micropub! Nicely done, @manton.

 

Awesome! Micro.blog now properly embeds photo posts on my timeline! Micropub still doesn't work yet from the iOS app to Known, though. Still, progress!

 

Well put, Colin. A platform like Micro.blog has a great deal of potential to advance the adoption of IndieWeb building blocks like Micropub, IndieAuth, Webmention, and mf2, even if the users of Micro.blog don't know or understand any of the underlying foundations. Why? User experience! Micro.blog is simply leveraging IndieWeb technology and standards to build a platform that makes users happy.

While Micro.blog is a great step forward for the IndieWeb, I still believe that the holy grail is getting native support for IndieWeb deep within WordPress core, including broad support from themes. WordPress runs over 28% of all websites, and IndieWeb support in core could be the tipping point for broad adoption.